Move over, Evelyn Cormier — there’s a new musician in town! The 90 Day Fiancé star took to Instagram to share a few snaps in a recording studio and revealed that she’s writing and recording songs.

“My brother and I are going to get back in the studio — we’ve got some surprises coming for you guys,” Molly revealed on Instagram live. “For anybody that doesn’t know, before I did bras, I was in school for music. So, it’s been missing. It’s kind of part of rediscovering myself.” The newly-single star — who filed for divorce from Luis Mendez after just six months of marriage — is referring to Jess, who fans think is “gorgeous.” I guess so?

Based on social media, the duo has been recording at BamVizun Studios. “Just wait until these cats come with a banger!!” Molly captioned an in-studio photo gallery on Instagram with Jess and others. “Stay tuned! Studio sessions in full effect.”

“I’m super pumped to get back in the studio,” she said during the video. “I’ve been doing some songwriting,” which we gather probably has something to do with her split from Luis. Just a huntch. “It’s amazing what kind of songs come out of people when they’ve been through stuff,” she revealed. “So, yeah, how ’bout that?”

The former couple is currently in the process of ending their relationship — and Luis is now accusing his wife of domestic violence. The Dominican born reality star recently took to Instagram to speak out about what caused his split with his soon-to-be ex-wife, Molly.

According to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup, Luis says that Molly was abusive toward him and is refusing to share their reality TV earnings. “If you want to see all about domestic violence soon follow this page it’s gonna post there.” he wrote with a link to his Facebook page. But, he has yet to post about the alleged violence on his page. He also wrote on Instagram, “When someone is so miserable in the heart, they ask you for a cell phone back. And that is not considering that she never share the profits of the reality show. How materialistic and low-class can someone be?”

If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

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