We don’t know anything about Chloe Melas, aside from the fact that when we Googled her name, two things popped up: a Chloe Melas once wrote for CNN back in 2009 and Chloe Melas is also the Senior Entertainment Reporter for HollywoodLife & east coast host for ENTV. Judging by her Twitter photo, the latter person *could be* the same person.
As for Brian Mazza, we’ll fall back on an Inked Magazine writeup on the New York-based businessman:
You may recognize Brian Mazza if you watched socialite Tinsley Mortimer’s short-lived reality show, High Society, where he met her during a not-so-successful blind date. Shortly after, the two reconnected and they’ve now been a solid couple for a year. “Nothing is sexier than having a girl who works hard and kicks ass,” he says. “I was with a lot of girls who didn’t have any motivation, and she’s driven and is a career woman, and that’s the sexiest thing.”
Mazza is a workhorse himself. At just 27, he is a partner at the wildly popular New York City restaurant and bar The Ainsworth and is also director of hospitality for Paige Management Group. He has an air of niceness and humility you don’t see often in the booze-fueled world of bars and clubs. Perhaps that’s because he got his start in the tony fashion business, where a chance encounter with Rachel Uchitel—yes, that Rachel Uchitel, and no, nothing like that (she passed along a job opening to run the Hamptons hangout Dune)—led him into the nightlife world. His fashion background also informs his take on the places he works. “How you walk into a room sets the tone,” he says. “I want everyone to dress well, so right away they get that tone at the restaurant.” Mazza, who loves clothes, thinks it’s odd that “people ask me why I iron my shirts on Saturday.” And he laughs when asked if he’d be caught dead in flip-flops. “Never flip-flops. No way. It’s so skeevy. Even when I go to the beach I have Converse on!”