Why Fans Think The Season 9 Tell-All Has Been Filmed

Why Fans Think The Season 9 Tell-All Has Been Filmed

90 Day Fiancé season 9’s tell-all may have been filmed. Some clues from Miona Bell’s joint post with Thaís is making fans think its been filmed.

90 Day Fiancé season 9 is nearing the end, and some fans are convinced that the tell-all of season 9 was filmed recently. Overall, season 9 has been a bust for fans. The storylines feel faker than ever, and the seven couples sharing their international affairs are neither likable nor are they interesting to viewers. With 90 Day Fiancé season 9 only halfway over, loyal viewers are eagerly waiting for its tell-all conclusion, which will surely bring some much-needed drama to this season.

One of the many couples featured in 90 Day Fiancé season 9 is Serbian native Miona Bell and Jibri Bell. The 28-year-old noticed Miona in the audience of his band’s show, and they got together shortly afterward. Even before the season aired, the 23-year-old from Serbia received backlash for blackfishing, a term used for a white person trying to make themselves appear black. Additionally, fans were quick to notice the ample evidence that Miona and Jibri were already together, effectively ruining any dramatic tension in their relationship on 90 Day Fiancé. 

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With so many other details coming out about season 9 through Miona’s social media, it’s unsurprising that one of her recent posts has clues that the 90 Day Fiancé season 9 tell-all has already been filmed. On June 2, Miona and fellow season 9 cast member Thaís posted a photo of themselves on Instagram. They also posted a group photo of them with their respective fiancés: Jibri and Patrick.

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The 90 Day Fiancé tell-all is usually a two-episode finale once the season is complete. Filmed at a later date than the rest of the season, it gives couples the chance to go over some of the turmoil they faced that season as well as reveal whether or not they stayed together. The two-parter also offers that season’s couples a chance to meet each other and interact for the first time. Of course, this can sometimes provide ample drama for the viewers, such as during the first part of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 4’s tell all when Colt Johnson became enemies with the other couples.

As Miona, Jibri, Thaís, and Patrick were together in person in their joint Instagram post, it only makes sense that they took it either during or after the filming of season 9’s tell-all. Fans were quick to notice the post. “I’m guessing this means the tell all has been filmed?” Reddit user BazF91 asked in their repost of the photo on the 90 Day Fiancé subreddit. While many were more focused on the stars’ questionable fashion choices, some noted potential signs that pointed to the outcome for the couples. “Thaís looks really happy guess [Patrick] moved,” btdixon58 speculated.

While 90 Day Fiancé season 9 has been underwhelming for fans so far, it could improve during the second half of the season. Emily’s and Kobe’s recent dramatic fight felt like a return to form for the show. Considering how strong of a couple they seemed at the start, the next few episodes will hopefully build on the tension in their relationship. Until 90 Day Fiancé season 9’s tell-all airs, viewers can continue to watch the couples try to make a long-lasting future on TLC.

Next: 90 Day Fiancé: Why Miona’s Not Impressed With Jibri’s Rapid City Home

Sources: Miona Bell/Instagram, Thaís/Instagram, BazF91/Reddit, btdixon58/Reddit

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