Colt Johnson’s Mom Debbie to Appear on Season 2 of “90 Day: The Single Life” Along With Big Ed Brown & Other Former “90 Day” Stars

“On my way to find the purrfect man!”

Calling all cat lovers: Debbie Johnson is single and on the prowl! 

Now that her BFF/son, Colt Johnson, has tied the knot once again, Mother Debbie is looking for love herself and, like Colt, she’s sharing her romance journey with 90 Day Fiance fans. 

Debbie took to social media this week to announce that she will be joining the upcoming season of 90 Day: The Single Life.

Unfortunately she’ll probably be sharing more of this unhealthy relationship as well.

Naturally, Colt took to Instagram to wish his former roommate lots of luck in “finding love and happiness” after being widowed for 13 years. 

“Congratulations to my mother, Debbie!” Colt wrote on Instagram. “I hope you have the best time finding love and happiness once again. I can’t wait to watch Season 2 of #90dayfiance the single life… “ 

Debbie also received a supportive message from her former daughter-in-law/nemesis, Larissa Dos Santos Lima, who complimented Debbie on her recent “glow up.” 

According to Us Weekly, joining Debbie this season on “The Single Life” is repeat “90 Day” star, “Big Ed” Brown, who made his debut on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. 

Back by popular demand. Oh, wait…

(While Ed is slated to appear on the show as a “single,” the 56-year-old is now reportedly engaged to Liz Marie, his co-star from Season 1 of “The Single Life.”)    

Other “90 Day” alums hitting “The Single Life” scene this season are Stephanie Matto (Season 4 of “90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days”); Natalie Mordovtseva (Seasons 7 and 8 of “90 Day Fiance”); and Syngin Colchester (Season 7 of “90 Day Fiance”).

Season 2 of “90 Day: The Single Life” premieres Friday, November 12 on Discovery+. 

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(Photos: TLC; Instagram)


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