Siggy Flicker (born 1967 as Sigalit Paldiel) is a relationship expert, matchmaker, television personality and author of Write Your Own Fairy Tale: The New Rules for Dating, Relationships, and Finding Love On Your Terms. She starred in the VH1reality television series Why Am I Still Single?! and has appeared as a guest on several talk shows. In 2016, she became a cast member on the seventh season of Bravo's reality television series The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Flicker was born in Israel during the 1967 Six-Day War and grew up in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, after moving to the United States as a five-year-old. Her mother named her Sigalit after the Hebrew word for "violet." She attended Monmouth University and supported herself as a waitress at TGI Friday’s. Siggy earned a BA in Communications.
Flicker has been a successful matchmaker for more than 20 years and has appeared on national TV programs offering relationship advice. For example, Flicker said on NBC’s TODAY show: "Being single isn’t going to kill you, and being married or being in a relationship isn’t going to heal you."
She often cites her personal life for examples of healthy relationships. After she and her husband of 10 years divorced amicably, she acted as his matchmaker. Later when she remarried, her ex-husband served as the best man at her second marriage, a move the New York Post’sPage Six described as “extremely grown-up.”
Flicker’s book Write Your Own Fairy Tale will be published by NAL on September 29, 2015. The book offers advice on such topics as defining “the relationship you want,” taking a break from dating, and learning how to “make the most of the first five minutes.” Bravo also recently announced that she will be joining the Season 7 Cast of The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Flicker has appeared as a guest on the following television programs: Good Morning America,Good Afternoon America,TODAYDr. Phil,Joy Behar: Say Anything!,The Wendy Williams Show,Showbiz Tonight,Dr. Drew Lifechangers,The Jeff Probst Show,Access Hollywood,Fox & Friends,Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan, Mob Wives: The Sit Down, and The Couch, as well as on several radio stations throughout the country.
She has also provided commentary on celebrity relationships for publications such as In Touch Weekly,The Huffington Post and Us Weekly. Her advice column, “Single with Siggy,” debuted in the September 2013 issue of Marie Claire. She is known for her loud and over-the-top approach.The Village Voice described her as a “hyper mix of Teri Hatcher and Sandra Bullock.” As she puts it, “My whole life I have always been on, I am a hyperactive person, I don’t hold back from anything.” 
Flicker starred in the reality television series Why Am I Still Single?!, which premiered on VH1 on October 16, 2011. Each episode featured two clients, a man and a woman, who were having trouble dating. Flicker put each client on a test date with one of her recruiters without informing them whom they’re dating. She then monitored the date secretly via a remote camera in order to assess their issues. Afterward she gave each client lessons in an effort to improve their dating habits.
In 1997 she married Mark Flicker, with whom she has two children. The couple divorced amicably in 2007. Flicker remarried in 2012 to car salesman Michael Campanella. Speaking of her love life she said, “I ended up falling in love with a bald car salesman, but I've never been so rich before—where it counts. You can fake many things in life, but true chemistry, you can't fake."