90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days star Darcey Silva is predicting which couples from 90 Day Fiance’s recently-concluded seventh season will or won’t last long-term.
Darcey, who is currently starring on the fourth season of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days with Tom Brooks, played a game called “90 Day Predictions” recently with Us Weekly and revealed her picks for which couples are more likely to stay together in the long run.
Darcey shared she has no doubt Angela Deem and Michael Ilesanmi will make it.
“Yeah, I love them! Yeah, they’ll stay together,” Darcey said of Angela and her Nigerian fiance.
“They’re tough; they’re their own little power couple now and I don’t think that anyone is going to get in Angela’s way, that’s for sure. She’ll knock them down!… I love them.”
Darcey also has high hopes for Robert Springs and his wife Anny, who is from the Dominican Republic and reportedly pregnant right now.
“I love her. She’s so spicy. She’s cool,” Darcey said of Anny. “And Robert tells it like it is.”
Although Darcey claimed Robert seems a little “cheap,” she continued, “There’s something about them that I think will work… I think she’s setting him straight, and I wish them well.”
And Darcey is rooting for Anna Campisi and her husband Mursel Mistanoglu from Turkey as well.
“I think she really loves him and he loves her deep down inside, but I feel him, from his culture, his family is less accepting of it. So he’s having a hard time opening up his love,” Darcey shared.
“I think they will stay together though in the end,” she said, adding that hopefully Mursel will “grow on the kids a little bit,” referring to Anna’s three sons.
But Darcey apparently doesn’t have much faith the other Season 7 couples will stick it out.
When asked about Michael Jessen and his wife Juliana Custodio de Sousa, Darcey shared, “They are super cute. Yeah, she’s young and she’s beautiful and I think she’s got a lot of ambition and goals in life as well, but I think he’s ready to settle down.”
She therefore came to the conclusion, “I don’t know, I think she’s going to move on eventually. I don’t know if that’s going to last. Something is going to happen. One of them is going to walk away, I feel.”
She added, “I think [Juliana] is going to stand strong, and she doesn’t seem the type that would ever really want to be controlled. So I think she may eventually walk away, move to New York City and be a supermodel.”
Darcey told Us she’s “not quite sure” about Mike Youngquist and Natalie Mordovtseva’s romance either.
“I’m not quite sure if they’re going to stay together. I think one’s a little not telling the truth about the other. She’s from the Ukraine. I think she might just want it for the visa,” Darcey explained of the couple who seemed to call off their engagement by the end of 90 Day Fiance’s seventh season.
As for Tania Maduro and her husband Syngin Colchester from South Africa, Darcey thinks they are “so cute” but not a great match.
“I think they’re so cute together and deep down inside they love each other, but they’re so opposite from each other. I feel like eventually he’s going to move on. I’m not quite sure if they’re going to last,” Darcey admitted.
Darcey doesn’t even see Sasha Larin and Emily Larina working out, although Sasha had moved from Russia and married the mother of his child, David.
“I think they will stay together because of their son… I know he has other kids, but I think he’s going to be a little bit of a player and she’s going to get her heart broken and she’s going to walk away. I think he’s looking for other opportunities,” Darcey told Us.
In regard to Blake Abelard and his wife Jasmin Lahtinen from Finland, Darcey admitted, “I think she’s probably going to leave him eventually.”
“He loves her and she loves him, but I think they have a lot of friction with different relationships and friendships. I think maybe her sister is going to be like, ‘You’ve got to go,'” Darcey explained.
Darcey’s own relationship with Tom from Nottingham, England appears to be on the outs, based on what was shown in the second episode of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days’ fourth season.
The show currently airs on Sunday nights at 8PM ET/PT on TLC. It premiered one week after 90 Day Fiance’s seventh season wrapped its run in the same time period in February.