Despite achieving minor fame on 90 Day Fiancé, Evelyn Cormier isn't making bank, so she's asking for your help. The TLC alum took to YouTube on Jan. 3 to announce she's partnered with Patreon, a membership subscription service that helps singer/songwriters get paid.
"There are many benefits to being an independent musician, such as control of the content of my music and videos, owning all of my music, collaborating with my favorite musicians, and choosing my tour dates and venues, but there are downsides as well," she said in the short clip. "The biggest downside is all the funding for new music projects fall onto my shoulders. But this is where you come in! By partnering with me on Patreon, you will enable me to continue to record my original music and produce videos that otherwise would never be seen or heard, simply because I can’t afford to do it on my own."
The reality star is offering fans eight subscription levels, each with their own incentives. Members can pay as little as $1 per month or up to $1,000 per month, meaning you'll pay a whopping $12,000 a year for Evelyn to "come with the band and play for you at your party or private event." But don't worry, travel and accommodations are on them!
Evelyn already has an EP out called Ghost that came out in April and features five (seriously awesome) songs. Plus, she recently dropped a new single, "Lost," which is a romantic song about being lost in your love, and makes us wonder if she's talking about her new hubby, David!
Though one Reddit user spilled the beans about David Vázquez Zermeño and Evelyn Cormier's Boston wedding in October, the couple had been tight-lipped until Dec. 18, when their wedding aired on TLC during the season finale and they finally shared some photos from the big day.
"Introducing Mr and Mrs Vasquez!!!❤️❤️❤️" wrote Evelyn on one photo, while David simply captioned his with a red heart. The TLC star wore an absolutely stunning off-white lace gown with long sleeves, a flowing veil, and a tiara fit for a princess. She held a pink and white bouquet, and David had a matching flower on the lapel of his black tux. Congrats again to the happy couple!
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