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Why Fans Can’t Relate To Some 90 Day Fiancé Weight Loss Stories

Tiffany Franco from 90 Day FiancéThe Other Way season 1 also used available medical procedures, and has lost over 70 pounds since doctors performed gastric sleeve surgery last summer. Between other stars using Botox, fillers, photo editing software, and other artificial ways to appear slimmer, some 90DF fans find it harder to celebrate certain weight loss stories.

It’s no surprise that turning to plastic surgery and gastric bypass procedures costs money, and many of these cosmetic additions are simply out of the average working class budget. According to WebMD, gastric bypass surgery has an average cost between $20,000 and $25,000 in the United States, which is more than many fans make in a year. Botox, fillers, and other physical appearance enhancers are cheaper, but not by much, which renders them equally inaccessible to some members of the general public. With the cast members earning anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 per episode (as per In Touch Weekly), paychecks for appearing in just one season quickly add up, and spinoff stints mean even more money. However, since many TLC viewers don’t make anywhere near that amount monthly, they can’t enjoy (and therefore don’t relate to) the same luxuries.

All in all, just because fans can’t relate to some weight loss methods doesn’t mean that those journeys aren’t celebrated. With so many physical and emotional transformations that take place in the 90DF universe, viewers are ultimately happy to find out what positive changes the stars are making in their personal lives. Now that 90 Day Fiancé season 9 is currently airing with six new and returning couples, there are even more cast members who might have their own future weight loss journeys, whether through natural or assisted ways.

90 Day Fiancé airs Sundays at 8 pm EST on TLC.

Sources: WebMD, In Touch Weekly


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Why Fans Can’t Relate To Some 90 Day Fiancé Weight Loss Stories

Tiffany Franco from 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season 1 also used available medical procedures, and has lost over 70 pounds since doctors performed gastric sleeve surgery last summer. Between other stars using Botox, fillers, photo editing software, and other artificial ways to appear slimmer, some 90DF fans find it harder to celebrate certain weight loss stories.
It’s no surprise that turning to plastic surgery and gastric bypass procedures costs money, and many of these cosmetic additions are simply out of the average working class budget. According to WebMD, gastric bypass surgery has an average cost between $20,000 and $25,000 in the United States, which is more than many fans make in a year. Botox, fillers, and other physical appearance enhancers are cheaper, but not by much, which renders them equally inaccessible to some members of the general public. With the cast members earning anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 per episode (as per In Touch Weekly), paychecks for appearing in just one season quickly add up, and spinoff stints mean even more money. However, since many TLC viewers don’t make anywhere near that amount monthly, they can’t enjoy (and therefore don’t relate to) the same luxuries.
All in all, just because fans can’t relate to some weight loss methods doesn’t mean that those journeys aren’t celebrated. With so many physical and emotional transformations that take place in the 90DF universe, viewers are ultimately happy to find out what positive changes the stars are making in their personal lives. Now that 90 Day Fiancé season 9 is currently airing with six new and returning couples, there are even more cast members who might have their own future weight loss journeys, whether through natural or assisted ways.
90 Day Fiancé airs Sundays at 8 pm EST on TLC.
Sources: WebMD, In Touch Weekly

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Why Fans Can’t Relate To Some 90 Day Fiancé Weight Loss Stories

Tiffany Franco from 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season 1 also used available medical procedures, and has lost over 70 pounds since doctors performed gastric sleeve surgery last summer. Between other stars using Botox, fillers, photo editing software, and other artificial ways to appear slimmer, some 90DF fans find it harder to celebrate certain weight loss stories.
It’s no surprise that turning to plastic surgery and gastric bypass procedures costs money, and many of these cosmetic additions are simply out of the average working class budget. According to WebMD, gastric bypass surgery has an average cost between $20,000 and $25,000 in the United States, which is more than many fans make in a year. Botox, fillers, and other physical appearance enhancers are cheaper, but not by much, which renders them equally inaccessible to some members of the general public. With the cast members earning anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 per episode (as per In Touch Weekly), paychecks for appearing in just one season quickly add up, and spinoff stints mean even more money. However, since many TLC viewers don’t make anywhere near that amount monthly, they can’t enjoy (and therefore don’t relate to) the same luxuries.
All in all, just because fans can’t relate to some weight loss methods doesn’t mean that those journeys aren’t celebrated. With so many physical and emotional transformations that take place in the 90DF universe, viewers are ultimately happy to find out what positive changes the stars are making in their personal lives. Now that 90 Day Fiancé season 9 is currently airing with six new and returning couples, there are even more cast members who might have their own future weight loss journeys, whether through natural or assisted ways.
90 Day Fiancé airs Sundays at 8 pm EST on TLC.
Sources: WebMD, In Touch Weekly

#Fans #Relate #Day #Fiancé #Weight #Loss #Stories


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