90 Day Fiance features Americans and their foreign fiances looking to wed within 90 days in the United States or else the American individuals would risk losing love and having their significant others return to their home countries.
The eleventh episode of 90 Day Fiance's seventh season featured Mike, a 34-year-old from Sequim, Washington, and Natalie, a 35-year-old from Kyiv, Ukraine; Blake, a 29-year-old from Los Angeles, California, and Jasmin, a 27-year-old from Helsinki, Finland; Michael Jessen, a 41-year-old from Greenwich, Connecticut, and Juliana, a 23-year-old from Goiania, Brazil; Emily, a 28-year-old from Portland, Oregon, and Sasha Larin, a 31-year-old from Moscow, Russia; Robert, a 41-year-old from Winter Park, Florida, and Anny, a 30-year-old from Santiago, Dominican Republic; Tania, a 29-year-old from Colchester, Connecticut, and Syngin, a 29-year-old from Cape Town, South Africa; and Angela Deem, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael Ilesanmi, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria.
One couple -- Anna Campisi, a 38-year-old from Bellevue, Nebraska, and Mursel Mistanoglu, a 38-year-old from Antalya, Turkey -- did not make an appearance in the episode.
Below is the latest on each couple currently starring on Season 7 of 90 Day Fiance:
MIKE AND NATALIE
After Natalie opted out of saying she loved Mike, things were tense between the couple and he had to fly back to the United States.
Mike said he and Natalie ran out of time, but Natalie accused Mike of not wanting to talk and disappointing her. She asked him to apologize, but he refused.
Natalie was then shown driving to the airport with Mike. He appeared to be crying in the car on the way to the airport and Natalie realized she might've been at fault or to blame for the fight, so she decided to take some of the pressure off and crack a couple of jokes to make him feel happy again.
Natalie joked she should've chosen an older man since he was so emotional, but he wasn't coming around. She therefore proceeded to tell him that he's a good man who's loved by his family and friends, but he considered her behavior "childish" in the car.
Before Mike left, Natalie asked what she could do for him, but Mike said there was nothing she could do to fix or change the situation.
Once at the airport, Mike was dealing with a lot of emotions. He was sad to leave her, but he was also sad, angry and frustrated with the fights they had and how she couldn't say she loved him when asked by a producer.
Mike told Natalie he needed some time, but Natalie said love takes hard work and building a strong foundation. She felt Mike was just giving up on their relationship when she did, in fact, have feelings for him.
Natalie told Mike she was on his side and nothing bad happened so she didn't understand what was going through his head. Mike explained her attitude bothered him and she had acted like a little kid.
"I feel you don't take things serious," Mike said, before asking Natalie to walk him to the gate.
Natalie, however, just replied, "Go," and refused to give him a hug goodbye. She left the airport, and that was that.
Once Mike returned to America, he admitted to producers the status of his relationship was unknown. However, since he had Natalie's diamond ring in his pocket that he had given to her, he acknowledged they were no longer engaged.
Mike wasn't ready to open up to his friend the day after he returned home. He said he needed some time to gather his own thoughts and process everything that had happened.
"What if Natalie were to say, 'Let's get back together,'" a producer asked Mike.
"It's just too early to tell right now, dude," Mike replied. "It feels like sh-t."
Mike didn't know what was going to happen to his relationship.
BLAKE AND JASMIN
Blake and Jasmin headed to his best friend Everett's birthday party, which began with a pre-party dinner followed by a lounge or bar.
Blake's friends were skeptical of Jasmin's intentions, which he found hard to hear, but he hoped they'd eventually get along and find some common ground.
Jasmin wished she could just go to dinner with Blake alone because they hadn't been able to spend much time together because they lived apart. Blake was initially hesitant to change the plans since his friends already had an issue with Jasmin, but he succumbed to what she wanted to please her.
Blake was disappointed to miss out on the party pre-game, but Jasmin said their relationship was more important than his friend's birthday.
At the restaurant, Blake ordered a wine slushy, which meant Jasmin wasn't going to kiss him all night. Jasmin admitted she didn't like alcohol on his breath and so she asked him to only have one drink, but Blake did what he wanted and joked around about how he was going to get "so drunk."
Blake ordered a second drink and then Jasmin threatened to go home after their dinner. She told him to go to the party alone, but Blake wasn't happy. Blake said the meal was a waste of time if she was just going to go home after and the pair bickered back and forth.
"Can I go to my sister's place?" Jasmin asked.
"No, stupid, you're supposed to be there [at the party] with me," Blake responded.
"I don't know. I don't think I'm going to go," Jasmin said. "I'm going to go call my sister."
Jasmin then walked out of the restaurant, leaving Blake with his full wine slush.
Jasmin felt pressured to attend the party and thought it was selfish of Blake to act that way. She didn't care what Blake's friends thought about her and whether her absence was going to look bad or not.
Blake was tired of coming up with excuses and explanations for Jasmin's noticeable absence, but she admitted he had ruined her mood by drinking early in the night. Blake said he liked drinking at celebrations and on special occasions, but Jasmin didn't care.
Jasmin headed in an Uber to her sister's place and bluntly told Blake, "Go get drunk."
Blake said this argument was new for him because he and Jasmin got along most of the time. He had less than a month to figure out whether a larger issue was at hand.
Once Jasmin arrived at her sister's apartment, she vented about how Blake didn't understand her and she didn't want to spend time with his friends all the time, especially in bar situations.
Jasmin explained she enjoys meditation, yoga and relaxation, and that's simply her lifestyle that he doesn't seem receptive too.
"I feel like the American thing is being extra loud... [we] are calmer," Jasmin said, adding that she liked Blake's friends but knew they'd never become best friends.
Jasmin said everything was about Blake and he needed to prove she was the priority in his life -- or else she'd be "done with everything."
TANIA AND SYNGIN
Syngin forgave Tania for their fight, but he didn't necessarily forget everything that had transpired.
Tania admitted she "went off the rails" in the car but she and Syngin had finally reached a mutual understanding.
After the fight, Tania wanted to explore her spirituality more with Syngin, so she set up an appointment with an astrologist to see if the couple's energies matched and the stars aligned for them.
Tania and Syngin learned there was long travel in their relationship which made things exciting and spontaneous; however, the astrologist said there would be frequent fighting.
When asked if they felt they were soul mates, Syngin said "yes," but Tania confessed she wasn't getting that feeling. Tania told Syngin she loved him so much and they had a very strong connection, but she wasn't sure their souls were meant to be in a deep way.
"I feel like we're meant to be now and I feel like you're meant to be the father of my children," Tania told her man.
Syngin wanted to get to the bottom of things and asked Tania to be open and honest with him, and so she admitted she felt like her first love was her soul mate. Tania, however, left the man because she didn't feel they were meant to be together at the time and things didn't work out between them.
"That's bullsh-t," Syngin said. "I need a break."
Syngin distanced himself from Tania after the conversation and declined her request to talk.
ANGELA AND MICHAEL
Angela was shown meeting with a K-1 visa officer in search of more answers as to why Michael's visa had been denied. Angela therefore went into the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria while Michael waited outside for her with hope and patience.
But Angela wasn't let in and said she had "raised hell." Angela was told she needed an appointment since the reason for her visit was not an emergency, but Angela argued her fiance being denied a K-1 visa was an emergency.
Regardless, Angela had to submit an appointment request online to meet with an officer within the remaining three weeks of her trip. Angela wanted to know whether Michael had said or done something wrong in his K-1 visa interview.
Michael told Angela that his mother would love to see them get married in Nigeria, but Angela insisted that wasn't going to happen -- and she hoped no one was going to try to convince her otherwise.
Michael and Angela later had dinner with Michael's mother, and Michael asked Angela to buy her a microwave. Michael explained it's customary for a daughter-in-law to bring her husband's mother a gift at every visit to show love and respect.
Angela was totally fine with that, but she wasn't thrilled with the idea the gift had to get bigger every time she traveled to Nigeria. Regardless, Angela gave Michael a kiss and said she was happy to buy the microwave.
But Michael told Angela once inside the store she needed to buy a gift for his uncle's wife as well, and Angela felt tricked.
Angela ended up negotiating with the salesman and buying a microwave for Michael's mother and an electric kettle for his uncle's wife all within her budget.
Once at the dinner, Angela learned she must cook and serve to everyone since she was the youngest or newest wife in the bunch.
Michael's family pushed Angela to marry Michael in Nigeria for a spousal visa, but she didn't think it was anyone else's business. Angela explained she wanted to try for the K-1 visa again instead so her own family could attend her wedding.
One of Michael's family members told the couple they must "move on" if the visa gets denied again.
"[He should] move on in the sense he should just start his own family with somebody here," the man said.
"Is that what you want?" Angela asked Michael. "If it is, then conversation over."
Angela told the cameras, "Oh hell no, you didn't say that. Now you've pissed me off. Your ass is grass."
EMILY AND SASHA
Emily and Sasha visited Portland, Oregon, her hometown, to get away from the drama in her sister Betsy's house. Sasha loved the park and gardens they visited, and Emily hoped to live there once they were more financially stable.
But the couple's savings were depleting, and Sasha said he wished he could work in the U.S.
Sasha knew, however, it wouldn't take long for Emily to find a job because she's a very intelligent girl.
"I think it's better if we get married ASAP," Emily said.
"Yeah, sure? That's all you have to say about us getting married? Yeah, sure?" Emily asked.
Emily seemed upset but quickly realized Sasha just didn't know what "ASAP" meant.
While Emily always wanted a big, beautiful wedding, she acknowledged it would be okay to have a small wedding because she loved Sasha and wanted to be his wife. Sasha agreed they didn't need all the luxuries of a fancy wedding because it was just about them as a couple.
Emily and Sasha planned to get married in Portland in two weeks, and so she went wedding dress shopping with Betsy. While Emily wasn't going to spend money on an expensive venue and flowers, she was in search of a beautiful dress.
Emily revealed to the woman working at the bridal shop she envisioned a beach wedding but it wouldn't be fancy. Betsy suggested Emily pick out something casual, but it was Emily's choice.
Emily fell in love with a lace gown that wasn't too ostentatious, but Betsy suggested she try on something more carefree and casual as well as less formal. Emily called Betsy a "debbie downer" and wished her sister would be happy for her.
"I am happy for you. I'm just nervous," Betsy said. "I think you have the right dress. I just hope you've got the right groom."
Betsy told the cameras Emily tended not to make the most sound decisions and she just hoped Emily wasn't making a big mistake by marrying Sasha.
When Emily added the veil to her dress, Betsy started to cry and admitted things were starting to feel real. Betsy said it was "a magical moment," and she was glad her "stunning" sister was starting to feel like a bride -- just "not a virgin bride," Betsy joked.
Emily loved having her sister's support in that moment, and the pair hugged inside the store despite previous friction between them.
ROBERT AND ANNY
Anny was shown meeting Robert's big brother, Kenny, who was a little skeptical of Anny's intentions and whether she was just using Robert for money and a life in America.
Robert's sister joined the men at a brewery and gushed about how she loved Anny and so Kenny would grow to love her too, but Kenny was acting a bit cold and judgmental. Kenny said it was crazy having seen Robert date so many different women and so he didn't know what to think.
Kenny wondered if Anny was just going to walk away once she became a U.S. citizen, but she said Robert treated her with love and that's all she could tell him. Anny said she couldn't predict the future but she was happy in the moment and treated him with love and respect in return.
Anny asked Kenny if he was going to attend her wedding, and he made a face, which really pissed Anny off. She didn't appreciate his attitude and called him out for not liking her.
"He was so mean. I was frustrated," Anny told the cameras in a confessional.
A conversation then came up about how Robert was "cheap," although Robert argued a cheap person has a lot of money and chooses to not spend it.
Anny explained she wanted nice clothes and deserved nice things since she took care of Bryson, and then Robert accused her of complaining too much and being too focused on herself.
Anny claimed Robert lied a lot and she cited the following example: "Robert, you tell me you have three kids, and one month before I came, you tell me you have five. I was, 'Oh my God'... you never told me about that. I don't want a man with five kids. That's too much for me."
Kenny revealed he has seven children of his own, and then his sister joked impregnating women clearly runs in the family.
Anny suggested Robert slept around without condoms, but Kenny argued that they didn't know what she had done in her past. Robert had his brother's back in the conversation, and then Anny stormed out of the brewery crying.
Anny felt very alone and said a man who loved her would never talk about her that way, especially in front of his family or friends.
MICHAEL AND JULIANA
Michael welcomed his brother Matt and friend Clay into his home to unwind and have some fun before the wedding. Michael felt a little anxiety because the wedding was rushed, but the guys assured Michael it was going to be a good time.
Michael and Juliana's wedding day then arrived. Michael's daughter Cece admitted she was a little nervous because people might think her dad's union with Juliana was weird, but both she and her brother Max seemed to really like Juliana.
Juliana was very excited on her wedding day, but she had heard nothing from her mother or other family members. Juliana was therefore so happy to have two of her friends from Milan and Brazil by her side as well as Michael's children and family.
Juliana only had two guests at the wedding, which felt a little lonely for her. Juliana wished her mother could be there to see her in a wedding dress, and she wished she had their support.
Juliana FaceTimed with her friend Fernanda and a few more pals before walking down the aisle, and their kind words brought tears to her eyes. She felt loved and realized no one had forgotten about her. None of her family, however, texted her, so Juliana cried on her big day.
"Not hearing from my family, I can't explain the feeling," Juliana said in tears. "I'm supposed to be walking down the aisle, but I can't stop crying. I don't know if I can do this right now."