’90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After’: Angela Admits Marrying Michael Is a ‘Risk’
Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi’s big day is finally here on 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?. But Angela seems to be having second thoughts about the nuptials. And she thinks marrying Michael in Nigeria might be a risk.
The ’90 Day Fiancé’ Happily Ever After’ star feels sick on her wedding day
In the Sept. 6 episode of 90 Day Fiancé’ Happily Ever After, Angela wakes up on her wedding day feeling anxious. “I’m having anxieties in just a few minutes that I woke up,” she tells Michael.
Then, on their way to the venue, Angela tells Michael and her best friend Jojo that she feels sick to her “guts.” And in a confessional, she reveals that she’s having anxieties because her family, including her sick mom, can’t attend the wedding.
“With everything going on today, I can’t help thinking about my family,” Angela tells producers. “I’m not having the wedding that I wanted in America. I really didn’t think it was gonna be this hard, but reality has kicked me in the a**.
Angela worries Michael’s visa won’t be approved
Angela misses her family, and after talking to her grandkids, she laments that they can’t be there to see her walk down the aisle. But she’s also worried about promising them that they’ll get to meet their grandpa Michael in America soon.
“It’s definitely bittersweet that my family is missing this huge event in my life,” Angela tells 90 Day Fiancé’ Happily Ever After producers. “I hope I can keep my promise to them and bring Michael over to the states, but the reality is, he might never make it to the states. We still have to go through a spousal visa, and it can be denied. This could be all for nothing.”
The 90 Day Fiancé star acknowledges marrying Michael is a risk
In the recent episode of 90 Day Fiancé’ Happily Ever After, Angela and her best friend Jojo begin getting ready for the wedding. As the hairdresser comes in to fix Angela’s hair and veil, she begins feeling anxious.
“I’m getting married today,” she says. “I’m scared to death. — I guess I should be happy to get down to the altar. But the reality is, there’s just too much going on in my mind right now, it’s really too much to process. We’re getting ready to tie the knot here in Nigeria, but this is not how I envisioned it.”
Angela is missing her family immensely as she prepares to put on her white dress. But she also realizes marrying Michael doesn’t guarantee they’ll be together again.
“I always thought my wedding day would be a happy day, but my nerves right now are shot,” Angela tells producers. “I don’t know if I can do this, because I’m concerned I might be making a huge mistake marrying Michael in Nigeria. Because the risks are he might not get to come to the states.”
She says that their wedding won’t guarantee he’ll get approved for a spousal visa. And if it gets denied, she’s concerned this marriage will be for nothing.
“Should I be worried that I’m thinking this way,” she asks. “Is this a sign that I shouldn’t marry Michael, or is this normal for a bride. I don’t know.”
It doesn’t look like Michael has joined Angela in America post-filming. But as seen on their joint Instagram page, the two still seem to be going strong long-distance.