During the April 17 broadcast of Tamron Hall, Tamron videochatted with Michael, Juliana, Sarah and Sean, who are all quarantining under one roof in Greenwich, CT, along with Michael and Sarah's two children, Max and Cece.
"We're now quarantining here in Connecticut. We're right outside New York City, so of course this has been going on for a while now," Michael said.
In addition to Juliana saying she's "frustrated" about having to stay home, Michael said, "It's not easy mentally and just the uncertainty of the world, I think we've done a good job of not driving each other too crazy."
Juliana moved from Brazil to the United States in Summer 2019, and then she and Michael got married in October.
As for Sarah -- who had been married to Michael for 20 years prior to officiating his wedding with Juliana -- she tied the knot with Sean, an aspiring hip-hop artist, in November 2019.
Although many 90 Day Fiance viewers would assume an awkward dynamic exists between the two couples, they apparently get along brilliantly and so they chose to quarantine as a family.
"Our situation and the time itself with the quarantine and the virus, it's insanity by itself. But here we are. It just came together; it's natural. As Sarah said, we all got along so well and we all love each other," Michael explained.
"It felt better to be together and have more human contact -- to have all the love together. And of course with our children, they can have all the parents in one place and we can be there for them. It feels natural."
However, it doesn't appear Sarah and Sean will continue to live with Michael and Juliana once the quarantine ends and things go back to normal, as Sarah and her new husband are planning to love to Los Angeles, CA soon.
"Well, we are 'take it one day at a time' kind of people. So right now, the plan is to sort of stay here temporarily while Sean and I get our home up on the market. And we are planning to sell the home and get a place in Los Angeles so Sean can continue his music career," Sarah revealed.
Michael appeared in distress based on Juliana's comment, so she kissed him on the cheek and assured him, "I love you. It's okay! I know you do everything, like pay the bills."
There seems to be no trouble in Paradise, as Juliana also revealed she doesn't really miss the life she had before moving to America and marrying Michael.
"To be honest, not really, because I always wanted to work to have a family in the future," Juliana told Tamron. "And now I have a family, so it's my dream come true."
Also during their videochat, Sarah opened up about how she has become really good friends with Juliana while Michael and Sean have also befriended each other.
"We only live about a mile-and-a-half from each other. We found ourselves together often, almost every single night," Sarah shared.
"And then when the quaratine happened, it just seemed to make sense to keep all the germs in one house and that we all sort of just stayed together. So I can help the kids with homework and help Juliana with housework -- and Mike and Sean can play music together and just have a good time."
Sean joked Max and Cece are "living their best quarantine life right now," and Michael assured Tamron there is no jealousy or rivalry within their group.
"It's just not our nature. It's not my nature either. [I'm] a very accepting person, very open-minded. This works, and if it didn't and for some reason there were clashes, things would be different. But it works out," Michael revealed.