90 Day Fiance stars Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima and Ashley Martson have confirmed they will appear on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After? when the show returns to TLC.

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While an exact premiere date has not been announced by TLC yet, 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?'s fourth season is scheduled to debut this spring.

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The only couple TLC has formally announced for Season 4 of the Happily Ever After? spinoff so far are Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno, who were featured in a promo that aired during 90 Day Fiance's Season 6 Tell-All reunion special in January.

However, both Larissa and Ashley from Season 6 of the reality series confirmed earlier this week on social media they filmed footage for 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

When asked if she'd ever participate in a future season of 90 Day Fiance, Larissa replied during a Q&A session with fans, "I already finish in early December happily ever after," according to In Touch Weekly.

Larissa further validated her starring role on Season 4 of the spinoff by telling fans she plans to fast forward scenes with her estranged husband Colt Johnson and mother-in-law Debbie Johnson when watching Happily Ever After?.

Reports Larissa and Colt's time on TLC would continue began circulating in December when Colt's cousin, John Maymoun, told RadarOnline -- prior to the couple's latest domestic violence incident and Colt's subsequent January 11 divorce filing -- that Larissa and Colt were in the process of filming Season 4 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

Meanwhile, Ashley talked to RadarOnline about how she and husband Jay Smith were involved with the series while discussing her recent admission that she and Jay allegedly scammed their fans, leaked her own personal stories, and staged a lot of the problems in their relationship.

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"We filmed for Happily Ever After? and we have notified them that we quit the show," Ashley told RadarOnline.

"The final straw was when our story started to become inconsistent because of what we were being asked to hide and not tell followers."

Ashley claims TLC and producers manipulated her into pretending her relationship with Jay was on the rocks after she caught him with a Tinder profile, flirting with other women, two short days after their Las Vegas wedding.

Ashley said while she and Jay led fans to believe they broke up in December 2018, they never actually separated after getting married.

The fact Ashley and Jay were faking their split was huge news since Ashley went as far as filing for divorce, although she withdrew the paperwork in court days later.

"I stayed by his side after the Tinder scandal. They wanted us to keep everything private and say we weren't together, but when people were seeing us out they thought we were lying. We never confirmed or denied our relationship status," Ashley explained.

Ashley therefore blamed the show for having "ruined" the credibility of her marriage to Jay.

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"We want our old life back. We're over being celebrities. We want to go back to our lives and focus on our relationship... We will continue to work on our brand. We have a pajama and underwear line coming," Ashley revealed to the website.

Nicole Nafziger and Azan Tefou, who appeared on Season 3 of 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?, will also reportedly star on the next season of Happily Ever After?'s spinoff. 

"They started filming a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving," a source told RadarOnline in late November of Nicole and her fiance.

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"It's all about her next trip to Morocco and what her family thinks about it."