When big names in the entertainment industry cheat, it is the ideal opportunity for individuals to blather and obviously toss unrefined remarks about their personality, frequently controlled by tabloids that could appear to be engaging. Nonetheless, they are not as like this present reality. But at the end of the day, cheatings and humiliations express more about the so-called pop social culture.
One of the recent cheating scandals that the world found last week was that Ned Fulmer, of the popular YouTube band the Try Guys, had deceived his wife. Despite the fact that they’re lower profile as compared to various celebrities in this industry, the Try Guys have fostered a significantly unwavering fan base by building a brand given their allure and relative soundness.
Fulmer and his wife have consistently kept an honest, professional relationship alongside their ideal marriage. Hence when the Try Guys let the cat out of the bag formally, fans were in total shock, hurt, and grieving.
Right when the remaining members from Try Guys (Keith Habersberger, Eugene Lee Yang, and Zach Kornfeld) stood up on Monday to share that the charges were substantial and that they’d parted ways from their former mate Ned Fulmer, their fans fully supported them.
Who are Try Guys?
The Try Guys are the foursome mentioned above — Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang — all of whom started at BuzzFeed recording a series where they endeavored many things. In their very first video on YouTube, they made a pass at wearing women’s clothing, and it turned into a web sensation.
After they grew a horde of individuals, their fan base increased, beginning around 2018, and they amassed eight million+ subscribers. Very much like in any other gang, they all have different personas… but Ned generally stamped himself as a “wife guy.” In pretty much every video, he’d warmly ramble over his significant other, Ariel, with whom he has two kids, Wesley and Finn.
With the support of their fans on the stage, the group became known for their odd, test drive-style accounts that reliably include members from their group — director YB Chang, video producer Herring, and digital broadcast creator Miles Bonsignore, among others.
For instance, “The Try Guys Cook Dumplings Without a Recipe” and “Keith Eats Everything at Taco Bell” have amassed many views on their channel.
Who did Ned have an affair with?
The Try Guys, Ned Fulmer, affirmed through a message on his Instagram and Twitter on September 27, 2022, that he was not faithful to his wife, Ariel Fulmer, and he had an affair with Alex Herring, who is associate producer of the said group. “Family should have always been my priority, but I lost focus and had a consensual workplace relationship.”
He continued, “I’m sorry for any pain my actions may have caused all the guys and the fans, but most of all to Ariel. The only thing that matters right now is my marriage and my children, and that’s where I’m going to focus my attention.”
— Ned Fulmer (@nedfulmer) September 27, 2022
Bits of gossip about Ned and Alex’s affair started in September 2022 after a Reddit user saw that Ned was missing from The Try Guys in the last three videos on their channel, as well as their podcast gatherings. Ariel was also missing from her podcast, named You Can Sit With Us, which she has with The Try Guys.
Fans moreover guessed that there was some conflict between Ned and The Try Guys when Ned and Alex were found in an Instagram photo when the Try Guys were promoting Keith’s “Eat the Menu” series at Caesar’s Castle in Las Vegas.
Are Ned and Ariel still together?
As for writing this article, the answer is yes. They are still together. On September 28, 2022, they were seen together strolling next to each other in Los Angeles with their wedding bands still on, showing that perhaps there is still hope for their future.
The photos of Ned and Ariel came a day after Ned confirmed he had an affair with Alex. Ariel Fulmer (née Vandevoorde) is an interior designer, content creator, and host of the podcast named “You Can Sit With Us,” alongside Becky Habersberger (the spouse of The Try Guys’ Keith Habersberger) and Maggie Bustamante (the fiance of The Try Guys Zach Kornfeld.)