'Darcey and Stacey' loses viewers ahead of its premiere as angry fans say 'showcase respectable women'
Stacey and Darcey are coming back on TLC but it does not look like many viewers are excited to see them on the show
The Silva sisters are back on TLC and this time, they are ready to tell their story by allowing the cameras to follow them all the time. Darcey and Stacey Silva became famous after appearing on '90 Day Fiance', a show that allows cast members to meet the love of their lives and gives them 90 days to make a decision about getting married.
Darcey appeared on the show twice, once with Jesse Meester and the next time with Tom Brooks. Unfortunately, both the relationships did not last long. While Darcey has appeared on the show to try her luck in love, Stacey, on the other hand, has always been the support system her sister needed while going through the ups and downs of the show.
While the sisters already have their fashion empire together, now they will be coming on the show to give viewers a glimpse into their lives. Along with Stacey and Darcey, their respective partners will also appear on the show. Stacey will be showcasing her 90-day journey with her partner, Florian Sukaj. Florian and Stacey are engaged but their relationship is not without problems. Meanwhile, Darcey will be seen with her "hot, sexy Bulgarian" boyfriend, Georgi Rusev. Georgi and Darcey have been dating each for a couple of months and the show will highlight if they are ready to take the next step in their relationship.
While one would think the '90 Day Fiance' fans would be happy to see the sisters back on screen, it looks like not many want a Silva sisters shows. After watching them on television before, some think TLC could have made a better choice. "I will not be watching this. Please showcase respectable women don’t depend on men for their self-worth!" wrote one user. Another added, "No no no no no enough with these 2 already!!! No one cares... unless they are on the show BOTCHED."
"Desperate women with too much Botox and too many tears, looking for attention and a man to give them a sense of self-worth. Yeah, no thanks," said another. Meanwhile, some thought David and Anne from the same show should get a spin-off of their own. While fans do not seem excited to welcome the sisters, the true potential of the show will be known once it premieres on television.
The show airs on August 16 at 10 pm ET on TLC.