Undercover Dating Experiment: How Shallow Are Men and Women?

Find out what men and women really look for in a relationship at a speed dating event.
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We go to our undercover dating experiment revealing the secrets of dating trying to answer the question of what men and women really want in a relationship and ABC's juju Chang has our story. Reporter: We're at the bar in New York City for a speed dating event. Eight men, seven women and just eight minutes to decide if there's a love connection. But what no one knows is today there's a ringer in their midst. Meet Lindsay, a professional actress. Generally a guy interested in you for your looks doesn't ask you any question, just kind of like hey. Reporter: Tonight we asked her to be not just beautiful but obnoxious. My friends call me the goddess. Reporter: She's not going to make it easy. Mike is taken aback. Isn't that like a witchcraft thing, the goddess. Reporter: But Mike takes it right in stride. From what I'm getting from you is not arrogance. Reporter: When she lays her gold digging line on this guy -- I want to meet a guy that, you know, I can -- he can take care of me. Reporter: He plays it cool. Making it happen. Yes. But sugar daddy is the right way, you know, like -- In half. I got it. No. For me, yes. For you, yes. Reporter: Although this guy actually tries to talk her out of it. If you didn't have anything to do wouldn't you be bored? I'm not going to sit around eating bonbons. Reporter: With nearly 40% of American singles looking for love online relationship coach donna Barnes says men just can't help themselves. It all starts visually for a man as far as attraction. Reporter: You say visual. I say shallow. When we tallied up the results three men thought Lindsay was worth a second date but Trevor was one of five who wanted no part of Lindsay. I just thought she was a gold digger. Reporter: Giving women everywhere some hope that men aren't completely driven being looks alone. There are a lot of women who are gold diggers and if she was a little bit more obvious about it than most. Reporter: For "Good morning America," juju Chang, ABC news,

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