Why 90 Day Fiancé Fans Criticized Marlene & Loren's Tweets
Marlene Goldstone has already ruffled the feathers of some 90 Day Fiancé fans, but now, TLC is ripping itself off in a tweet with Loren and Marlene.
Fans turned against Marlene Goldstone again, this time over a tweet she and Loren Brovarnik posted on the official 90 Day Fiancé Twitter page. Loren and her husband Alexei Brovarnik first appeared on Season 3 of 90 Day Fiancé. They quickly became fan favorites due to their no-questions-asked nature. That help soon turned into a spin-off show, Loren & Alexei: 90 Days Later.
By far the biggest source of drama in the show is the relationship between Roland and her mother, Marlene. The most recent episode follows the storyline of the baby shower. On a recent trip to Israel, 90 Day Fiancé's Loren Brovarnik suggested that the family might permanently relocate to the country for the children. Marlene and her other daughter, Rebecca Goldstone, were unhappy with the idea and severed ties with the Brovarnik family. So they didn't respond to Loren's baby shower. Anyway, Loren was surprised and angry to see them appear.
The Baffling Follow-up Tweet From 90 Day Fiancé
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On February 13, 2023, the 90 Day Fiancé Twitter account posted a GIF of Roland and Marlene, who said, "We are the same!" The tweet was titled "Great to see these two Finally forming #LorenAndAlexei." Reply Not on board, challenging the idea that Loren and Marlene are alike. In fact, Loren has proven to be a great mom, while the reply states that Marlene is the exact opposite, saying: "I still don't like her mom. She's abominable! How did Loren become so cute?" and "Loren Ren is kind and forgiving, and Mom is controlling and manipulative."
TLC Might Be Trying To Rile Up 90 Day Fiancé Fans
Now, the producers of 90 Days Later are certainly not ignorant; they know what people think of Marlene, which begs the question why the official Twitter page Will post something like this. The most likely explanation is that this is purposeful online engagement. Even on reality TV, it's easy for producers and editors to love the hero and hate the villain. With the Loren and Alexei spinoff getting boring and predictable, it makes sense that the show would cash in on something that works, and that's drama queen Marlene. The strategy will extend beyond the show itself, including social events.
To their credit, their social media strategy worked. The tweet has more views and comments than almost every other thread surrounding it. 90 day fiancé Splitting is for participation, and it's good for the network. Audiences are swooning, which makes the show even more compelling. Part of the appeal of reality TV is being plunged into the lives of real people, like 90 Day Fiancé's Loren.
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