Reality TV crossover couple! 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star Yolanda Leak revealed she is dating Bachelorette alum Josh Seiter by sharing a shirtless snap of the tattoo-covered hunk along with a flirty message on Thursday, August 27. 

“Been gone two weeks and bae is already coming back to Vegas to see me!! I love you so much [right now] @josh_seiter_official [red heart emojis] . Ayyyyyeeee … Lets toast it up!!” she wrote next to the snap of the ABC alum smiling while holding up a glass of red wine and showing off his abs. 

90 Day Fiance's Yolanda Has a Tatted-Up New Man After Drama With Ex Williams: 'Bae Is Coming Back to Vegas'

Fans congratulated Yolanda on her budding romance and some recognized the Chicago, Illinois, resident from his appearance on season 11 of the dating series. 

“Hope this is real (The Bachelor?!?) girl if it is, glad you’re happy,” one social media user commented under the portrait. Yolanda thanked them and Josh replied with a heart. “This is all staged. Let’s be serious,” another wrote, to which the TLC alum replied, “[You] wish!!! Sorry to disappoint [laughing emojis].” 

When others continued to speculate they were pulling a fast one on her followers, Josh tagged Yolanda and chimed in, “Babe I can’t wait to see their faces.”

Back in 2015, he opened up about his stint on the Bachelorette, after Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson both appeared on the first episode. Josh was eliminated in week one of season 11.

90 Day Fiance Star Yolanda
Courtesy of Yolanda/Instagram

“It was mostly about kind of, like, exposure and getting my name out there more,” he told the Chicago Tribune. “That whole finding a wife thing to me was kind of a ludicrous idea.” The TV star said he was looking forward to promoting “his skills as an exotic dancer” at the time. 

Josh seems to be making Yolanda very happy these days, which many fans are glad to see after her turmoil with Williams. The season 4 alum previously hinted at a split in April, while sharing a cryptic quote. Her message seemed to be about her online love interest after he was exposed as a catfish on the show. 

“It took me a while to learn being alone is not scary … but being with the wrong person is a lot more frightening,” the Nevada resident captioned a post, pointing out she was using time in quarantine to “reflect on what really counts” in life.

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