TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
Many 90 Day Fiancé relationships end in heartbreak, but these stars succeeded financially after their relationships ended. Several cast members from the 90-Day Fiancé franchise have turned their broken hearts into financial successes.
Heartbreak is never easy to show on national television, but the platform that the stars of the franchise have is an excellent way to capitalize on even the hardest of emotional experiences. In some cases, fans have rallied around stars who appear to monetize their broken hearts, while in others, they have been dragged.
It is not well-paying for the stars to be on the show. American cast members on 90 Day Fiancé are paid $1500 an episode, but foreign cast members do not get paid unless they already have work permits.
There was a time when stars were paid around $500 per episode before 90 Day Fiancé. Celebrities on the show typically don't begin their reality journeys with a lot of financial privilege. Cast members are often struggling financially when cast on the show, so utilizing their star power to start businesses can certainly be beneficial, even if it means leveraging their pain.
According to the show's producers, only about 10% of marriages end in divorce due to the show's success rate. There are, however, only those couples who make it to the altar who can take advantage of that.
Many of the couples featured on the franchise's spin-off shows, including Before The 90 Days, break up before their engagement is even announced. Although these breakups often come with the sting of failure for the individuals involved, dramatic splits keep viewers engaged.
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Rose first met fellow castmate Edward "Big Ed" Brown in season 4 of Before the 90 Days. The large age gap between Rose and Ed initially raised suspicions, since Rose came from a very poor family and Ed was quite wealthy. Nevertheless, Rose's fans came to her defense after Big Ed lied to her and treated her rudely.
Her involvement with Ed and the franchise had ended by the season's end. As a YouTube star, influencer, model, and entrepreneur since she appeared on the show, Rose has achieved enormous success. Currently, she is in the middle of a happy relationship, and she makes a living through her various business ventures to support herself and her son Prince.\
With her ex-girlfriend, Stephanie Matto, Erika was half of the first LGBTQ+ couple to appear in the franchise. Stephanie had been following her on YouTube since she was a child, and the two met face-to-face in Australia on Before the 90 Days season 4. As a result of their tragic breakup, the two didn't part on good terms.
Despite their breakup, Stephanie has made a lot of money through clout chasing. While Stephanie left the franchise after her first appearance, she continues to maintain a large following due to her treatment of Erika. Already a successful photographer, Erika has launched an artistic business called Glitterbuggin Crafts, through which she sells colorful handmade earrings.
Besides Instagram, she has half a million followers on Facebook, where she posts sponsored fashion, hair, and makeup inspirations. She also sells pieces from her colorful clothing collection online. She has been in a happy relationship with her partner Chris for the past two years in addition to becoming financially successful.
During 90 Day Fiancé season 7, Natalie was visited in Ukraine by her then-fiance Mike Youngquist. The couple already faced huge differences that threatened to tear them apart. Despite this, they returned in season 8 when Natalie moved to Mike's isolated farm in Sequim, WA. Mike nearly ended the marriage, but the couple went ahead with it anyway. In the TV show 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? their explosive breakup was featured.
Season 2 of 90 Day: The Single Life followed Natalie's performance in season 6. Aside from appearing in several seasons and shows in the franchise, Natalie has also become an influential model. In addition to video tutorials for makeup, she also has a cooking program on her YouTube channel.