Former 90 Day Fiancé star Natalie Mordovtseva asked the show fans who leave ugly messages on her Instagram to apply for jobs in TV. Natalie used to be a model, actress, and journalist back home in Ukraine prior to her moving to Sequim, Washington to marry Mike Youngquist. Mike and Natalie seemed like a bad match from the start and despite both of them agreeing that they did not like each other, the couple tied the knot on 90 Day Fiancé season 8. As expected, Natalie split up with Mike within six months and found herself moving to Florida to live the glamorous life she didn’t find with Mike in Sequim.
Fans who suspected that Natalie married Mike only for his money and to acquire a Green Card felt like their theories were proved right. As it turns out, Natalie kept taking Mike’s help financially and possibly did not tell him about her dating other people once she was in Florida. Mike and Natalie weren’t divorced at the start of 2022, and there was a chance that Natalie would be deported, since Mike never filed for her Green Card. A very common comment on Natalie’s Instagram has been TLC viewers asking her to “go home,” which they felt it was going to happen for real after Mike’s shocking confession.
Seven months later, Natalie is still in America and even celebrated the Fourth of July by throwing a pool party. However, comments telling Natalie to leave the country showed up and might have triggered her into posting a scathing message for all her haters on social media. Natalie posted a video of herself dancing to share her “kind reminder” and tell naysayers that she doesn’t have a home anymore, in case they’ve forgotten that the 90 Day Fiancé star is from Ukraine, which is currently a war zone. “You met me on tv so let be that way,” Natalie wrote addressing those who offend her online and question her “personal character” without even knowing how she is in “real life.”
Natalie declared that 90 Day Fiancé fans see only what is “made for ratings and money.” Natalie is happy to be a part of the “hard and extremely exhausting work process of being on TV” as she deals with all the pressure to make it watchable. She spoke to her attackers directly as she asked them to “quit your jobs and GO FOR IT” if they think they can do a “great show” or are “better” than her and have “ideas or delightful thoughts.” 90 Day Fiancé celeb Natalie continued, “Attempt millions of castings and apply for a job on tv!” and wished them luck as she’s now keeping her fingers crossed to “meet on set one day.”
Natalie says she will personally send links for castings to those who want to be on TV if they contact her on DM. While Natalie is getting praised for slamming the trolls, her message has also left viewers wondering if she really loved Mike or was just playing her part as an entertainer on reality TV. Natalie unknowingly confirmed that what fans see on 90 Day Fiancé is not real and is made for entertaining those who apparently want to escape their own problems. This indicates that when Natalie returns for her next spin-off, which is likely 90 Day: The Single Life season 3, her storyline may be fake, and she could just be acting.