The 90 Day Fiance franchise delivers real drama due to the ticking time bomb of an expiring visa. Those subsequent marriages also create plenty of fodder for spin-offs
and divorce and immigration lawyers. So I, for one, cannot wait for the return of Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? later this month.
worst best for last: now-exes Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos Lima are back. They are clearly the most unhappy of the bunch since their short-lived marriage generated 3 mugshots. Colt filed for divorce in January. In a previous article in US Weekly, Larissa said, she “would never do the show” if she could turn back time.
Colt disagreed: “I learned a lot, and I had a lot of fun. And the problems we had were not because of the show. We had our worst argument when the cameras were not rolling.” The software engineer continued: “My relationship was real, at least for me. I spent a lot of time with her online, talking to her initially. I met her, I bought her to America. I loved her. I married her. I said my vows to her and I wanted to build a life with her.”
Barely a month after Colt filed for divorce, Larissa has moved on with a younger man she met on Tinder.