90 Day Fiance alum Leida Margaretha made it clear that she wanted to be her husband Eric Rosenbrook’s “number one priority.” As the season progressed, Leida alienated Eric’s ex-wife and elder daughter. Tasha Rosenbrook was the prime target because she was sharing an apartment with her father at the time Leida moved to the U.S.
On screen, the drama peaked when Leida threw Tasha out of their apartment. The damage between father and daughter seemed irreparable as Eric backed the decision. Offscreen, the drama escalated on social media to the point where Leida filed a restraining order against her step-daughter, who recently changed her name to Alari Stark.
90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days couple Jeniffer and Timothy often seemed a mismatch. She wanted Timothy to participate in outdoor activities, while he was more content to spend the day at the spa. Jeniffer was pushing for intimacy while Timothy held off. Regardless, the two decided to continue with their long distance relationship.
Then there was the issue of Timothy’s ex Veronica, with whom he is still very close. Jeniffer was understandably concerned about the amount of influence Veronica had in Tim’s life. The two ladies had a cringeworthy video chat that proved the point. Veronica asked Jeniffer if she and Timothy had been intimate yet. Timothy also chose to give Jeniffer a ring that he first proposed to Veronica with. Yikes! That was everything we saw in Season 3. But how are these two fairing in their unconsummated, long-distance relationship? And does Veronica still insert herself into their affairs?
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance didn’t disappoint! Secrets were revealed and relationships were questioned. This episode gave me just enough crazy to be able to make it through the week thankful for small annoyances. I spent half the episode just shaking my head in disbelief. I don’t know what we did to deserve this show, but it is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s tough to know where to start. There were so many cringe-worthy moments.
Tania races to meet Syngin at the airport in time for a special surprise. Anna introduces Mursel to her mother and reveals a secret. Emily and Sasha have a tense meeting with his ex-wife. Allegations during an interview may prevent Juliana from coming to the U.S. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance recap!
It’s that time of year again: 90 Day Fiance is back!!! This time we have new couples determined to make their love last. This season promises to follow seven new couples who have age gaps, communication issues, and a whole lot of drama. Now that they are engaged each pair must marry within 90 days of arriving in the U.S. or face leaving the country.
You may notice some familiar faces this season. Angela Deem, and Michael Ilesanmi are back. These two are well known for their crazy antics, especially Angela. I am looking forward to seeing how Michael fares in the U.S. Michael, the offer still remains, blink twice into the camera if you need help!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days definitely contained even more drama than the first tell all episode. The gloves come off when one person attacks several cast members. Insults are thrown, curse words are said, and hands are almost thrown. You will not be disappointed. There are plenty of fights, tears and reveals throughout the conclusion of the finale.
The cast sits down and gives an update on where their relationships stand now. Some of the biggest moments of the season are highlighted and each person gets a chance to explain their side. Let’s get straight into the recap!
We have made it through the first season of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way. Like other shows in the franchise, this version lured me in and got me hooked. I might not have learned anything and my IQ might be 10 points lower for having watched, but boy it was fun. Quality television that delivers!
Out of all the couples on the show, Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee were arguably the most likeable and relatable. Sure, they made some bad decisions, like getting pregnant immediately after meeting, but both seemed to have their hearts, if not their decision-making skills in the right place. One thing I could not figure out during the season was why Deavan was moving to South Korea when she had a job and family in the U.S., while Jihoon was struggling to get by. Deavan recently revealed how she came to the decision to move and her purported reasons behind it are both sad and shocking.
Laura Jallali has joined a bevy of 90 Day Fiance ladies that lured their younger partners in under seemingly false pretenses. Laura, Rebecca, and Angela Deem all admitted to catfishing their men initially with outdated photos, filters, and all the best image-enhancing technology that exists.
Us 90 Day Fiance junkies were able to witness Zied and Michael Ilesanmi’s reaction as they met their significant others for the first time. But what about Aladin Jallali? He had already seen Laura in person, married, and consummated the union with a bit of short-lived and unsatisfying jiggy-jiggy, according to her. Actually, most of what we know about this couple is based on what Laura has said. She was the more vocal of the two at the “Couples Tell-All” reunion while Aladin admitted to struggling with the language and regretting not speaking through an interpreter. Finally, Aladin got a chance to share his side of the story by posting a series of videos on social media meant as a response to topics his ex-wife brought up on the show.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days, was packed full of drama and revelations. Many couples realize that their journey is about to get a lot more difficult as they attempt to start the K1 visa process. For some, there were breakups and for others makeups. This episode wrapped up the season and gave us Part 1 of the Tell All.
The couples must part ways, but not all couples handle the distance well. The cast sits down and gives an update on their relationships. Some of the most intense moments from the season are discussed. Let’s get straight into the recap!