'Beautiful people' dating site that rejects unattractive profiles leaks details of 1.1m users Beautifulpeople.com, an elite dating website for the exclusively good looking, has reportedly had the private data of more than 1 million users leaked. The breach leaked information such as addresses, sexual preferences and incomes, as well as millions of private messages, sold online by the hackers. Beautifulpeople.com claims to exclude unattractive people by having existing members rate those trying to sign up. Prospective members must pass a certain ratings threshold to be allowed on the website: millions have been denied access, the company says, while thousands of members have been removed for gaining weight after joining. The site claims to be “the largest dating community of attractive people in the world” and to have spawned 700 marriages. It says several members have been “discovered” on the website and gone on to jobs in TV or modelling. In 2011, it claimed that a "Shrek" virus had allowed thousands of unworthy people to join the website, although this was dismissed as a publicity stunt.