It’s worth some skepticism when two people appearing together on a dating reality show reportedly get engaged. As in, how would it NOT benefit them drag their story line out on 90 Day Fiance: The Single Life? And it’s not Ed Brown’s first rodeo on reality TV either.
Back when he was on 90 Day Fiance: Before The 90 Days, Ed dated Rose Vega from the Philippines, but was dumped after she discovered he didn’t want more children and had a vasectomy. Neither pieces of info were shared with Rose until after Ed got her in bed. It was a horrible betrayal, but Rose is now living her best life thanks to the exposure she got from this disaster of a show.
Fan favorite Ed was reassigned to 90 Day: The Single Life. At least this show doesn’t involve importing a much younger lady from a foreign country for sex. Big Ed started dating an American girl closer to his age and financially independent. Thanks goodness the power balance is more equal here, though it’s still pretty cringe-worthy.
Ed and Elizabeth “Liz” Woods met at her restaurant and dated through Season 1 of 90 Day: The Single Life, though it seemed that Liz was skeptical and uncomfortable the whole time. Ed wooed her to the best of his ability, though he really should have gotten Liz her own slice of cheesecake during their romantic getaway. It was reality TV gold, and that’s why Ed keeps getting signed for more seasons.
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Everything seemed to be going well, until the Tell All Reunion when the two revealed that they had broken up. Liz said the relationship was moving too fast. Well, there’s nothing like a potential engagement to patch up a rocky romance that was moving too quickly.
Here’s what got the rumor going. According to an article by Page Six, The duo were seen partying together at a club in Santa Barbara, California last week. At the club, Ed was introducing Liz as his “beautiful fiancee.” She was also seen in photos wearing a diamond ring on her finger.
Neither party have confirmed the engagement on their social media, nor has any public statement been given. Perhaps it’s love, and who doesn’t want to champion happiness? But it’s worth noting that Season 2 of 90 Day: The Single Life is in production and that Ed and Liz were asked back for another season. Just saying. Are these two in love for the long-haul or for reality TV fame?
TELL US- DO YOU THINK ED AND LIZ WILL CONFIRM THEIR ENGAGEMENT? WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THEIR RELATIONSHIP? IS THIS A PUBLICITY STUNT?
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