Another season of TLC's addictive guilty pleasure reality TV series 90 Day Fiancé is almost over, and it may have been the show's most dramatic season yet! During Season 5, fans were introduced to four new couples Josh and Aika, Molly and Luis, David and Evelyn, David and Annie, and Andrei and Elizabeth, plus old favorites Nicole and Azan — and after the shocking season finale, fans are wondering which couples actually made it down the aisle. Keep reading below to find out who got married on the Season 5 finale of 90 Day Fiancé!
The couple got into an extremely heated argument about their fertility issues just days before their wedding, but they were able to cool off and work things out by the time they walked down the aisle. Their ceremony was held in a Las Vegas chapel.
— TLC Network (@TLC) December 18, 2017
Even though this couple was the one with the least amount of drama between them, that doesn't mean that it was smooth sailing! The couple bickered and fought over some trivial things like wedding details and bigger issues like where they would live once they tied the knot. Fans pointed out that Evelyn came off as bratty after she demanded that David's groomsmen pay to rent tuxedos in order to complete the look for her dream wedding, but David felt it was rude to ask them to spend extra money on top of their travel expenses to fly from Spain to America to attend their wedding. Evelyn eventually got her wish thanks to her parents, who footed the bill. On the morning of their wedding, a slight dilemma arose — David's pal left the wedding rings back at David's apartment and their storyline ended on a cliffhanger.
Andrei and Elizabeth
Elizabeth and Andrei discussed the aftermath of Elizabeth's bachelorette party, where her sisters confiscated her phone so that she could not contact her hubby-to-be while they were out partying because they felt he was too controlling. Andrei decided that he needed to meet with Elizabeth's older sister Jen in order to clear things up between them before the wedding and prove that he's not trying to control Elizabeth, and that's where their storyline trailed off.
Their wedding almost didn't happen after David's adult daughter Ashley tried to sabotage his relationship by telling Annie about her father's shady past — which included multiple alleged affairs with strippers. But after David pleaded with his fiancé and explained how ashamed he was of his past, she decided to forgive him and the wedding was back on…for now at least.
Their wedding also almost didn't happen after Molly and Luis got into an explosive fight last week. Luis all but accused Molly of being a witch because she didn't as many religious relics in her home as he would have liked, and Molly was extremely upset about the way Luis treated her daughters. This week's episode picked back up after that fight, which resulted in Luis packing his bags and leaving — and Molly called off the wedding. But that's not the only shocker! Molly revealed that Luis would not have to return to his native country of the Dominican Republic once his visa expires because they are already legally married.
Even though Nicole and Azan got engaged last season, this season documented the couple's journey to applying for the K-1 visa. Nicole visited Azan in his home country of Morocco to make sure that they were both ready to take the next step in their relationship. They definitely have their fair share of issues, but when Nicole returned to the United States, she told her mother that she still wanted to go through with the process.
The couple appeared on Season 1 of the TLC spin-off 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, and their relationship has been tumultuous at best. Paul publicly accused Karine of cheating on him, then they got back together and he even moved to Brazil to be with her (and reportedly got married). Months later, Paul accused Karine of cheating on him again. However, the mystery man in question, Joe, told In Touch, "I don’t want to be involved in anybody’s marriage. It seemed like this entire marriage has been manipulated to support some storyline on the show."
Sorry, Darcey Silva and her Dutch boyfriend Jesse Meester may be over! She hinted at a split on Instagram and deleted all traces of Jesse on social media. Since then, TLC has posted photos of Darcey filming 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days.