The network had previously announced seven other couples that will be part of the new 90 Day Fiance season, however Angela and Michael had not been among the cast members.
In an exclusive trailer for 90 Day Fiance's new season obtained by Entertainment Tonight, Angela and Michael were shown discussing the next phase of their relationship.
Angela, a 54-year-old from Hazlehurst, GA, and Michael, a 30-year-old from Lagos, Nigeria, just appeared on the third season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.
Their story ended on Monday night's Tell-All with Angela revealing she and Michael were still together and in the midst of the K-1 visa application process that would allow Angela to bring Michael to America and give the couple 90 days to get married.
Michael was preparing for his K-1 visa interview at the time and Angela was saving up money for Michael's arrival into the United States. During the Tell-All -- which was filmed earlier this past summer -- Angela told the cameras Michael would probably be moving to America by the end of 2019.
In the Season 7 trailer for 90 Day Fiance, Angela was shown saying Michael would be flying to Georgia "soon" on the K-1 visa.
In the meantime, Angela was preparing to be reunited with her fiance, and so she went to a Botox clinic to fill out the wrinkles on her face and look her best.
Michael suddenly began sobbing, and then Angela told the cameras, "This is painful," as she attempted to choke back tears herself.
Angela and Michael, whose formal name is Kehinde Ilesanmi, initially starred on Season 2 of90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days before also appearing on Season 3 of the TLC spinoff.
Angela -- a divorced grandmother of six children -- met Michael for the first time on Facebook. The pair talked on the phone for several months until Angela decided to travel to Nigeria in order to meet Michael in person.
Despite having received warnings from friends that Michael might be scamming her, Angela intended to propose marriage right away.
But once the pair got to know each other better in Nigeria, Angela discovered some red flags, including the fact Michael had admitted to receiving oral sex from a woman at a club.
Angela therefore postponed her marriage proposal and realized she needed to give herself some time to get to know Michael better as well as his intentions.
After all, Michael's motives for dating Angela were unclear since it was his dream to come to the United States and be a successful businessman. Michael seemed to idolize President Donald Trump.
Angela's trust issues in her relationship with Michael worsened as time went on because she accused him of lying over and over again. The couple fought constantly, even after Angela returned home to the United States.
The couple also frequently broke up and got back together. Angela insisted she was "done" with Michael on numerous occasions. However, they always managed to work things out and move forward with their relationship.
The main problem for Angela and Michael, however, is that Michael wants to have a baby so his family name will continue on.
Given Angela's age, there isn't much hope she can carry a baby herself, but the pair have limited options considering Angela's daughter Skyla refused to give her mother one of her eggs.
Michael has admitted welcoming a child is more important to him than anything, so Angela has feared Michael will leave her if she's unable to give him a baby.