It's no secret that Angela and Michael have struggled to get a visa, and given the current state of politics, it's no mystery why.
Are she and Michael actually able to get married, or does the drama tear them apart? Take a look below and find out!
Please note: we are not kidding about spoilers on this one. There are photos.
Last week, it was reported that Angela Deem was in Nigeria to marry Michael Ilesanmi after a lengthy and wildly dramatic courtship.
According to a previously unconfirmed wedding invitation, the date for their nuptials was to be January 27 -- this past Monday.
It turns out that this wasn't just a bunch of hot air, because they got married. And there are even photos.
The photos were posted by @globalcommunique on Instagram.
Michael appears in a periwinkle suit beside Angela, who is wearing a white dress complete with a veil.
While it sort of looks like she may have something tucked into her bra, Starcasm notes that it's probably a tattoo.
This wasn't just a wedding photo shoot, it appears. This looks official.
Based upon what we can see here, it looks like they formally tied the knot at the Federal Marriage Registry in Lagos.
A little internet research reveals that they would have had two options for a wedding location: Ikoyi or Ikeja. Signs point to Ikoyi as their choice.
(Either way, they had an outdoor wedding in Lagos -- right now, it's between 90 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit there)
Notably, it's clear that there's a camera crew capturing this moment. It hasn't been confirmed that this is for 90 Day Fiance, but ... it almost certainly is.
Now, this wedding may have people scratching their heads, and not just because they don't understand what either of them see in the other.
See, if you get married, you're no longer fiance and fiancee and therefore ineligible for a K-1 visa.
But that's only the case if the marriage is registered in the United States.
However, maybe they're trying for a spousal visa instead, which would make their claim stronger with US immigration. Others have tried that, too.
There may be a timely issue to Angela and Michael's decision to get married.
As we have previously discussed in relation to this show, some 90 Day Fiance couples struggle because white nationalists are directing immigration policy.
The Trump Administration is said to be considering adding Nigeria to its Muslim ban, which would reduce Michael's visa chances to zero.
If Angela's beloved orange menace is going to make this move, Angela will need to bring over Michael now -- or miss her chance.
Hopefully, the endless screaming nightmare that is the current state of the world will get much better one year from now, in January 2021.
But it's smart to not hope for things to be better when the entire world is nothing but madness and despair and every day brings a new horror.
A spousal visa may be enough to tip the scales in their favor, and Angela can bring over Michael.
If she's serious about doing this, they may try for this very soon -- they may even be already working towards this goal.
Angela is deeply controversial, and not just because her daughter is in prison for child molestation. Angela's baggage is all on Angela.
Her crass behavior may make her an entertaining reality star, but it has also upset many viewers.
What truly crossed the line was her getting physical at the Tell All special.
We're all grateful that Rebecca was there to step in, but reality television should never be a contact sport.
Let us all hope that, whether or not she is able to bring Michael to the US, Angela never repeats that bad behavior.