Here's What Happened To Kalani And Asuelu After 90 Day Fiancé

There's something irresistible about watching a couple's relationship play out on reality TV. 90 Day Fiancé is proof positive, made more enticing by the twist that the couples come from different countries and backgrounds. Then there's the time factor: Because of green card regulations, the stars of the show have just three months to decide whether or not to wed and make a permanent life together. The show has run for a number of seasons and launched several spinoffs, including the newest one, Love Games. 

The Newlywed Game-style competition, airing on Discovery+ February 14,  pits some of the show's most popular couples against each other to see which pair knows the other best (via Screen Rant). Among the competitors are Kalani Faagata and Asuelu Pulaa from Season 5, who also appeared on the sixth season of the spinoff show 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? 

We'll have to wait till the show airs to find out whether Kalani and Asuelu know each other intimately enough to win the game. But what fans really want to know is whether the two have what it takes to stay together for the long haul.

Kalani and Asuelu are trying to make things work

As faithful watchers of the 90 Day franchise know, Kalani met Asuelu on a trip to Samoa and, after a brief fling, discovered she was pregnant by him (via TV Over Mind). Asuelu got a temporary visa so he could come back to the States with her. It's hardly been the stuff of fairy tales. As ET details, their time together produced two sons and more than their share of fights, largely over Asuelu's spotty employment history and his family's insistence that he send them money. The pandemic put extra stress on the couple, with Kalani accusing her partner of flouting coronavirus restrictions by going out too often. 

Yet despite all the strikes against them — their seven-year age difference, the tensions between the families, their finances — the two are trying to beat the odds. Concerned about the coronavirus risk, Asuelu left his job as a Polynesian dancer, but continues to work as a rideshare driver. Kalani appears to be bolstering the family income through a social media partnership with a natural birth control company via her Instagram account.

They recently gave another interview to ET in which they presented a united front. "I think we're in an okay spot," Kalani said. "I wouldn't say we're in a great or perfect spot, but I think we're good ... [f]or right now, we are trying our best, and hopefully, that works out." 

Asuelu added, "I would say we are getting to the right way. We are on the right track."