90 Day Fiance star Natalie Mordovtseva told a fan on IG that Mike Youngquist was supposed to star in a Ukrainian TV show alongside her.
Natalie Mordovtseva from 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? was supposed to be a part of a Ukrainian TV show with Mike Youngquist before coming to America. A lot of 90 Day Fiancé icons, including Angela Deem, Molly Hopkins, and Yara Zaya, were reality TV stars before their TLC careers took off. Natalie herself was an actress in Ukraine, and plenty of her movie clips are available online. Fans have continued to doubt how much of 90 Day Fiancé is real due to the acting experience the cast has. When confronted, Natalie, who fans think had a fake relationship with Mike, spilled some shocking details of her own reality TV journey.
When Natalie starred in season 7 of 90 Day Fiancé, she was waiting for Mike to come to Ukraine on his third visit. Back then, Natalie worried about Mike’s financial status, and her friends worried if the construction company manager would be able to provide for her. Meanwhile, what Natalie did for “work” was only unwrapped during a recent 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 6 episode when Mike’s mother, Trish Youngquist, suggested Natalie should work as an interpreter.
Interestingly, Natalie Mordovtseva proudly wrote in her Instagram bio about her being an “actress” and “journalist” apart from a 90 Day Fiancé star. But some fans also wanted to know why Natalie would even move to Mike’s Sequim in the first place if she has always been a successful actress who thought he is “low class.” An Instagram user asked Natalie, “What in the Gods name make you move from city to woods?” to which Natalie replied with, “two people meet each other, fall in love – and it is about only two of them, not other people of places.” The 90 Day Fiancé star continued, “either they work it out either not,” hinting at her separation from Mike.
However, another fan mocked Natalie for showing her “journey” on national TV and later having a problem with being judged. “I participated in more than one show, and this is my conscious choice,” Natalie replied, perhaps referring to her having done two 90 Day Fiancé seasons, one HEA, and currently filming 90 Day: The Single Life. Natalie further added, “I have known Michael for 4 years and before we started dating, we were just friends for 1.5 years.” According to Natalie, “Michael is loved” by her friends and her mom, and that what is being shown on TV is “only 3 months out of 4 years.”
Natalie questioned the fan, “Do you really think you got it all?” before adding that Mike was supposed to participate in a Ukrainian TV show with her before she “got the visa and flew to America.” As per Natalie, the 90 Day Fiancé “show didn’t affect” her much because of the “knowledge” she already had. Fans have been suspecting if Natalie did 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? for fame, and had made a settlement with Mike so he could get TLC cheques, and her, a green card. While this may or may not be true, it does seem that Natalie is confident about her decision to become a reality TV star, and perhaps that will take her far.
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