Gov. Cuomo on his dating life: 'Nobody wants to have dinner with me … I have no offers'

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo's status as one of the state's most eligible bachelors reached a peak earlier this year -- amidst his no-nonsense daily coronavirus briefings -- when he became the object of desire by self-described "Cuomosexuals"

But the 62-year-old Queens native told Trevor Noah on "The Daily Show" Thursday that he can't even score a dinner date.

Noah said to Cuomo, "On a personal level, I just wanted to touch base with you as a human being. I last remember you being single, and the weather is changing which means it’s going to be harder to go out for a date because you can’t be inside with strangers. Have you taken the time to just at least have a socially distanced meal with anybody I know you were very busy."

"On a human level, on a social level, nobody wants to have dinner with me," Cuomo told Noah, laughing. "I have no offers."

Noah shot back, "You get us through the second or third wave, and I’m telling you a lot of those offers will come rolling in."

Cuomo split from longtime girlfriend TV personality and chef Sandra Lee last year.

And FYI, the Urban Dictionary defines a "Cuomosexual" as "someone who has a deep, abiding affection, or attraction bordering on obsession, for a person carrying the surname Cuomo." His brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, has own legion of fans.