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90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days really made a splash on TLC with its latest season, as the world at large became aware of the existence of Big Ed Brown and his girlfriend, Rosemarie "Rose" Vega. The two split after Ed's trip in the Philippines and, while Big Ed is still a relatively known reality star in America, some viewers may be in the dark about what became of Rose.
It turns out Rose Vega is thriving post-Big Ed and has made a new life for herself and her son Prince in the Philippines. Rose recently updated fans on her life on her YouTube channel and talked about how her experience on 90 Day Fiancé and changed her life:
I [now] get to entertain people. Second, I get to provide my son's needs...we now have a house. And, thank you everyone. If not for you Prince and I wouldn't have these.
Since her time on 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days ended, Rose has struck out on a career path as an influencer on social media and found great success. Her Instagram sits at over 580k followers, and her official YouTube channel has around 640k subscribers. With a fanbase that substantial, she's able to partner with brands for endorsements and apparently, has amassed enough money to buy a house much better than the one she shared with her father.
Financially, Rosemarie Vega is well-off, and it appears her health is back in order as well. 90 Day Fiancé: Before The 90 Days viewers may remember Rose's ulcer that allegedly caused the bad breath Big Ed Brown called attention to during filming. Rose updated fans on the ulcer and how she's coped with it in the time since the show's filming:
Yes, I take medicine for my ulcer, an antibiotic. Before, I'd experience excruciating pain, but now it's gone.
Rose also mentioned in her Q&A that she's still hoping to get married, though obviously not to Big Ed Brown. The two are not on speaking terms in the present and have taken jabs at each other on their respective platforms. Like Rose, Ed has a big following on social media and seems to still be working with TLC on other projects. As for Rose, she's signaled she'd be willing to return to reality television, though not necessarily to do a show like 90 Day Fiancé. It's hard not to blame her, considering how her stint on the franchise went, though it's a shame because there are probably many fans who would like to see her journey for love continue on the network.
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