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FutureStarrAngela and Michael
She never quite knew how it happened, where, or when. But one day she looked in his eyes and felt the whole world slip away. He was magnetic, and her mind slipped out of her control. She was dizzy and could still feel gravity pulling her back to him always. She fell so deep, there was no coming back. She was in his world now, and she could not escape it.
After the explosive 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? two-part tell-all event, fans are wondering if Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi are still married or not. Angela walked off the stage not only once, but twice, ending the conversation with Michael with “I’m done.” Fans are left confused, wondering if they’re actually done, or just another false breakup.
On the 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? Season 6 Tell-All part 2 special, which aired on Sunday, August 22nd on TLC, Angela made it clear that she wants to end her relationship with her husband Michael. Angela’s final straw was after Michael’s aunt Lydia said that Angela prioritizing weight loss and cosmetic surgeries over having a child with Michael was not right. Angela surprised cast members and audiences when she expressed her frustration by flashing Aunt Lydia and the cameras and proceeded to storm off the set. www.cheatsheet.com)
’90 Day Fiancé’ Spoilers reveal that stars, Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi had a rocky relationship on the show. Yet, they managed to overcome their issues and they got married. However, fans cannot help but wonder if Michael loves his older American wife or if he is just with her for the green card.
During a recent Tell-all, Angela Ilesanmi got a little racy. She got angry and flashed the camera, showing off her boobs. She also threatened to breakup with her Nigerian husband, Michael. Luckily, they have worked their issues out and featured on 90 Day Bares All. theovertimer.com)
Navigating a relationship can be pretty tough and tricky. It becomes even more challenging when the partners’ lifestyles and habits clash on a daily basis. TLC’s ’90 Day Fiancé’ is a study of such cross-border couples who take a challenge to try and settle down within 90 days. Focusing on US citizens and their partners who are foreign nationals, the series charts the foreign partner’s arrival on a K-1 visa, which allows the holder to stay on US soil for 90 days, within which they have to marry. Failing to do so will result in them getting sent back to their country. (Source: thecinemaholic.com)