Inside 90 Days' Liz Woods And Big Ed's Relationship

"Big Ed" Brown, the controversial breakout star from "90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days," has reportedly become a fiancé once more, getting engaged to his girlfriend Elizabeth "Liz" Woods (via TMZ). The tabloid spotted a sparkling rock on Woods' ring finger while the two were out at a nightclub with friends in Santa Barbara. Not one to keep things private, Big Ed may have possibly confirmed the rumors as he introduced Woods to people as his "beautiful fiancée."

Big Ed has had to navigate an incredibly rocky road to love, although his perseverance clearly paid off. The reality TV star shot to fame on Season 4 of TLC's "90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days" in 2020, when he was engaged to fellow star Rosemarie "Rose" Vega. Many fans of the show were upset with the way he treated Rose, and YouTube clips of him lying about a vasectomy and "gifting" her mouthwash because her "breath [was] not pretty" garnered millions of views (via YouTube). The two soon ended their relationship, and Big Ed met Woods on a spin-off of the show. Read on to learn more about the couple.

Liz Woods and Big Ed have had a rocky relationship

Elizabeth "Liz" Woods became popular as Big Ed's new love interest on the Discovery+ spinoff show, called "90 Day: The Single Life," (via In Touch Weekly). Woods is a 28-year-old single mother who happened to work at Ed's favorite local restaurant. The two began dating earlier in 2021, and Ed admits, "Liz is so amazing. I like Liz. I want her to like me. And this is the first date that I've been on since the relationship with Rose [Vega] and I ended" (via In Touch Weekly).

The relationship has had highly publicized ups and downs since then. Ed revealed intimate details in a confessional (via YouTube), saying, "She's a giver. We made love all night. We did it about twice and Liz's body is amazing. It's like a surreal dream. It's like ... it was incredible." But they also broke up because "Ed loves to rush our relationship," per Liz (via YouTube). Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on who you ask), the two have patched things up since then.

Woods candidly said, "I actually have been married twice, divorced. I'm 28. I don't want to be hurt again. I have like, huge trust issues, and I don't ever talk about my second marriage" (via In Touch Weekly). Honestly, for Liz's sake, we're really rooting for this couple and hope Ed can change his volatile (read: toxic) ways.