Surprisingly, many of the couples featured on 90 Day Fiancé are still together, which is pretty much unheard of within the reality TV realm. But for whatever reason, the couples on the hit TLC show seem to always overcome the most dire relationship circumstances in their fight to the altar, and once they tie the knot, they stay married. But not everyone on the show has had a happy ending, and a few cast members have gotten divorced.

Probably the most famous divorced couple from the show is Mohamed Jbali and Danielle Mullins. Where do we even begin with their drama? In Season 2, the couple tied the knot with much skepticism from fans. After all, there was an extreme age difference between them, and Mohamed wouldn't even kiss Danielle on her wedding day. When the couple returned to the spin-off show, Happily Ever After, the truth came out. After a few months of marriage, Mohamed took off from the house, starting a new life as a single man. Devastated, Danielle tried to get him deported, but Mohamed claimed that she scammed him since she lied about her finances.

Season 5's Molly Hopkins and Luis Mendez had a similar tumultuous relationship. Because of their age gap, the two constantly bumped heads over priorities. Luis, who was 26 on the show, wanted to party and have fun, while Molly, 41, wanted a father figure for her two daughters. After an explosive argument, Molly told Luis to pack his bags and get out — but there was a catch. The two had already tied the knot a few weeks prior. However, after six months of marriage and a stint on Happily Ever After, the two finally finalized their divorce earlier this year.

But after the divorce, the couples didn't just quietly go away. They've been using their last few minutes of fame to turn lemons into lemonade. Below, see what the divorced stars of 90 Day Fiancé are doing now that they're single.