Who is still married on 90 Day Fiancé?

Here are some of the 90 Day Fiancé couples who are still together

Who is still married on 90 Day Fiancé

90 Day Fiancé has been a big hit for TLC since it launched back in 2014. The reality TV series ― which follows couples who have applied for or received a K-1 visa, and therefore have 90 days to marry each other ― is set to premiere its season 9 this April and has spawned a total of 16 spinoff series to date. But who is still married on 90 Day Fiancé?

Compared to other U.S. reality franchises that follow married couples and their families, 90 Day Fiancé has seemingly more success stories than viewers might think. Below are some of the 90 Day Fiancé couples that are still married:

Russ and Paola Mayfield

Russ and Paola, who appeared in season 1, met in Colombia and later tied the knot in the former’s native Oklahoma. They have a son named Axel, who was born in January 2019.

Though the couple announced in August 2021 that they were “taking a break” from their marriage, telling In Touch at the time that the COVID-19 pandemic hit them “very hard,” recent Instagram photos of the couple suggest that they are back together.

Alan and Kirlyam Cox


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Kirlyam, a Brazil native moved to the U.S. to be with her now-husband, Alan, whom she wed in a Mormon temple during season 1. They have two sons, Liam and Enzo.

Louis and Aya Gattone


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After meeting through an online dating site, Aya moved to the U.S. to be with Louis and his two sons from a previous relationship. They wed in September 2013 and later welcomed two sons of their own.

Mike and Aziza Eloshway


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Mike met Aziza on a language learning website in 2012. They tied the knot in October 2014 and welcomed daughter Olivia in 2019.

Justin and Evelyn Halas


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Featured in season 2 of 90 Day Fiancé, Justin and Evelyn originally met in her home country, Colombia, in 2013. They instantly connected and that connection is still strong, as they remain married. In September 2020, Evelyn announced the birth of her first child with Justin, a baby boy.

Brett Otto and Daya De Arce


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Washington native Brett wed his Filipina lover Daya in 2015 after meeting through an online dating site. In 2017, they welcomed their daughter Isabelle.

Danny and Amy Frishmuth


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Danny and Amy quickly got engaged after meeting each other on a Bible study trip to Australia. They got married in 2014, and are currently living in Texas with their three children, Jedidiah, Anna, and Willow.

Loren Goldstone and Alexei Brovarnik


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Loren met Israel native Alexei while she was on a Birthright trip to the Middle East. After tying the knot twice, one in the U.S. and another in Israel, the couple now live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with their two sons, Shai and Asher.

Kyle Huckabee and Bajaree (Noon) Boonma


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Kyle discovered Noon’s social media profile while researching for a trip to Thailand. The pair then met up while he was visiting her home country, and returned to the U.S. as an engaged couple. They tied the knot at a Buddhist temple in season 3 of 90 Day Fiancé. The couple now lives in Portland, Oregon, where there’s a large Asian community.

Melanie Bowers and Devar Walters


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Melanie, a registered nurse, met Devar while on a getaway in Jamaica. Devar worked as a lifeguard at the resort Melanie was staying at and proposed to her during her vacation. Despite her family’s doubts about the relationship, Melanie ultimately wed Devar, with whom she shares a daughter, Avah.

Narkyia Lathan and Olulowo Shodipe


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Though Narkyia and Olulowo briefly separated during season 4 when she found out that Olulowo appeared to be mending his relationship with his child’s mother, the reality TV couple reunited and tied the knot after the production ended. In August 2020, Narkyia and Olulowo announced the birth of their first child together, Nifemi Denise.

Matt Ryan and Alla Fedoruk


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Matt and Alla met online following his split from his third wife. Despite all the problems that challenged their relationship, the pair got married in season 4 of 90 Day Fiancé. They now live near Matt’s family in the U.S. with their daughter Emmalyn, and Alla’s son Max from a previous relationship.

Chantell Everett and Pedro Jimeno


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The season 4 couple was introduced to each other by a Spanish teacher during a trip to the Dominican Republic. After getting married, the pair had their own spinoff series, The Family Chantel, which wrapped up its season 3 in December 2021.

Elizabeth Potthast and Andrei Castravet

Elizabeth met Andrew while visiting Dublin. In the September 13th, 2020 episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, the pair got married in a traditional Moldovan ceremony with their family and friends in attendance. In January 2019, the couple welcomed daughter Eleanor Louise, and just this March, they announced that they are expecting their second child.

David Toborowsky and Annie Suwan

David was swept off of his feet after meeting Annie in Thailand during the show’s season 5. Despite David’s drinking problem, debt, and past infidelity, Annie married him in November 2017. Despite several roadblocks in their relationship, they didn’t leave each other’s side and are currently living in Arizona.

Josh and Aika Batterson

Josh and Aika, a Filipina, tied the knot in season 5, which aired in 2017. They are still together.

Kalani Faagata and Asuelu Pulaa

Kalani met resort worker Asuelu while on vacation in Samoa. Kalani got pregnant after losing her virginity to Asuelu. Soon after welcoming their son Oliver in January 2018, the couple got married. In May 2019, their second child, son Kennedy, was born.

Emily Larina and Alexander ‘Sasha’ Larin

Featured in season 7, Emily and Alexander welcomed son David together in November 2018 shortly after she fell for the personal trainer in Russia. They exchanged wedding vows in Oregon and currently live there together. In April 2020, the couple told Entertainment Tonight that they are “stronger than ever.”

Anna Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu

Anna and Mursel fell in love with each other over social media through their mutual love for bees. Despite the language barrier between them, Mursel proposed to Anna after she visited him in Turkey. They then got married in Nebraska at the end of season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé.

In January 2022, Campisi announced on Instagram that she and her husband are expecting their first child together, a baby boy, via surrogate in May. Campisi is already mom to sons Joey, Gino, and Leo from a previous relationship.

Robert Springs and Anny Francisco


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After speaking remotely with each other every day for six months, Robert finally went to visit Anny in the Dominican Republic, where it only took eight hours for him to propose. After getting married, the pair went on to have two daughters together. In addition to his two children with Anny, Robert is also a father to five other children from previous relationships.

Blake Abelard and Jasmin Lahtinen

Blake and Jasmin got married in October 2019 during season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé. In January 2020, Blake shut down rumors that they had separated, telling his Instagram followers that Jasmin is his “everything.”

Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi


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After starring in season 7 of the original series, Angela and Michael appeared in seasons 2 and 3 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, which saw them split and reunite. After a series of ups and downs, the two finally tied the knot in January 2020.

Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina

Russian native Brandon flew to Virginia after proposing to Julia during season 8 of 90 Days Fiancé. The pair wed in April 2020.

Jovi Dufren and Yara Zaya


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Jovi and Yara, who first appeared in season 8 of the original series and later starred in season 6 of the spinoff Happily Ever After?, tied the knot in Las Vegas in February 2020. Seven months later, they welcomed their daughter Mylah

Are the couples on 90 Day Fiancé real?

While the couples on 90 Day Fiancé are real lovers, former cast members, spouses Chris Thienemen and Nikki Cooper, claimed in a 2018 Mukbang video that the show isn’t completely unscripted.

“Is it scripted?” one fan asked during the video, to which Chris responded, “Well, absolutely part of it is. No question. Some of it is real and then teased with and added to, subtracted from.”

“I wouldn’t say that there’s a written script that’s like, ‘Hey, read this line, read this line,’” Nikki added. “But there are times where there are different people or producers that come up to you and say, ‘Oh, I think it would be cool if you do this,’ or ‘I think you should say this.’”

For instance, in 90 Day Fiancé season 5, Chris revealed that a director encouraged him to ask Nikki’s friend, Annie Suwan, to give him regular massages in exchange for a place to stay.

“There isn’t any other excuse than stupidity,” Chris said in the Mukbang video of why he said those words right in front of Nikki, who was pregnant at the time. “The first scene, the original scene I never asked for a massage. Not until Adrienne, the director, encouraged me to say it in front of the whole cast and crew did I let a little peer pressure set in. Once I knew it was an open request, I didn’t have time to think (which in hindsight I obviously didn’t think at all). I wanted to be a team player and just went with it. Afterward, I even told Nikki, ‘I never felt comfortable saying that.’ But it was too late then. I was naive to think that since I wasn’t a real cast member I wouldn’t be singled out. I will own up to my mistake. But as I have said before, we have been nothing but respectful and helpful to Annie.”

How do the couples on 90 Day Fiancé meet?

In the past eight years, the 90 Day Fiancé has introduced several couples who met in various ways. While some of the pairs met in person during a vacation or a business trip, others met through the Internet. Many couples in the franchise met for the first time on international dating apps, while some first connected through social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Though sliding into the messages of someone from another country might seem like a long shot, many couples in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise have actually turned their flirty messages into thriving relationships.

Some of these couples are Rebecca Parrott & Zied Hakimi (Facebook), Kyle Huckabee & Bajaree Boonma (Facebook), Evelyn Cormier & David Vázquez Zermeño (Facebook), Anna Campisi & Mursel Mistanoglu (Bee Keeping Forum),  Robert Springs & Anny Francisco (Facebook), Kenneth Niedermeier & Armando Rubio (Online Support Group), and Brandon Gibbs & Julia Trubkina (FaceTime).

Sources: Us Weekly, YouTube, Screen Rant
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