Ashley Martson argues that Jay never really committed himself to the marriage. Of course, Jay has plenty of excuses. At the top of the list: He just thought Tinder was a place to make “friends!” Aww, poor Jay. He’s just sitting around on the ole’ iPad and…BAM! He’s got twelve side chicks. It could happen to anyone.
It looks like another 90 Day Fiance Season 6 couple is having problems. And the most unlikely duo too. Jonathan Rivera and Fernanda Flores kept a low profile on social media, especially about their relationship. There certainly wasn’t any signs of conflict. Now both sides are hinting at a separation, though there is no clear indication of what the outcome is.
Jonathan seems ready to share what happened. He has been divulging bits and pieces of information on his Instagram. Jonathan posted a family picture on Tuesday. He was posing with his mother Ceci for New Year’s Eve. On the show, fans saw Jonathan trying to mend fences with his mother after they had grown apart. Noticeably absent was his new wife, Fernanda.
So let’s start with them. Ashley Martson is still reeling from busting Jay Smith for trolling Tinder – with the account he created the VERY DAY they returned home from their wedding. What a prince. Jay tries to act apologetic, but is really just pissed that he got caught. He obviously never planned to change his ways, and Ashley seems to know this. But Jay still attempts to justify his despicable behavior with all of the usual excuses – “It meant nothing! I didn’t do anything in person! It was just online flirting!”
It’s hard to believe season six of 90 Day Fiance is coming to a close. Somehow it feels like we’ve been on this ride way too long – like, carnival ride pukey long. But we’re finally at the end of this Fall’s bitter road to the altar and, for some, immediate divorce court.
Speaking of bitter, Ashley Martson is still reeling after learning that her 20-year old husband of ONE WEEK, Jay Smith, created a Tinder profile and started flirting with other women immediately after their wedding day. Will she kick him to the curb? Can she? Will Natalie run over Jay with a scooter? We’ll have to tune in to find out.
Next week is the finale of 90 Day Fiance. So we’re nearly at the end of the line. To all of you who have stuck with this 40-car pileup until the last vehicle careens over the cliff, I offer you a virtual appreciation ring atop of a windmill. Congrats to us! Last night was packed full of pre-holiday treats. So, let’s get to it, starting with The Horror In Baraboo.
The situation for some of the couples on 90 Day Fiance seems so dire, we have to wonder what will becomes of them once the cameras stop rolling and the Instagram followers fade away. But tonight, a few of them try to turn their trainwrecks around.
Is 90 Day Fiance trying to shock us? Because we have been dragged through such torture this season, we are now officially un-shockable! It truly feels like the behind the scenes antics, tantrum-like protestations, and spoiler revelations of cast members combined with a pretty dark season of terrible on-screen behavior have combined to create a general sense of angst among viewers.
Where are the Angelas and Michaels from 90 Day Fiance of yesteryear to talk about doing “the BJ for real?” We need them! Yo, TLC: BRING. BACK. THE. COMEDY. At least we got to see Leida Margaretha dragged by Eric Rosenbrook’s ex-wife, Tania, who’s finally had enough of Leida’s horrific behavior toward her daughters. Although Tania could have gone WAY harder on Leida, we’ll take what we can get. And this week also brought us a tiny little scooter used as a getaway vehicle after a verbal altercation, so there’s hope yet.
Soon, we’ll be getting a holiday break from the craziness of 90 Day Fiance. So tonight’s episode plans to pack in as much drama as humanly possible. And with this season’s cast, that’s an easy task! Get ready for two hours of our favorite trainwrecks flying their freak flags all over national TV. It is all followed by a 90 Day Live special on TLC hosted by Michelle Collins. Ahhh…it just puts you right in the holiday spirit, no?