Julia's Instagram, and a friend's spoiler, seem to hold the answers about Brandon and Julia's relationship in 2021.
The couple was filmed ring shopping less than 24 hours before their wedding, and many viewers are not pleased with how Jovi handled the situation.
Sunday night's episode showed the Ukrainian woman refusing to hand the ring back after Mike broke off their engagement on their wedding day.
Teigen's thoughts on Sunday night's episode extend to other reality stars like Brandon and Julia, too.
Julia posts on Instagram often, and it seems she may have revealed some secrets about her new life.
There's still no proof of the couple welcoming a child to the world, but Julia called herself a "mother" regardless.
"You want to go see a counselor? So what, you're gonna listen to him?" Mike says during a solo confessional interview.
Julia and Brandon definitely didn't wear clothes in the hot tub, but they may have broken another house rule.
His response may not be the most romantic thing a significant other can say in a moment like this.
A dating coach apparently helped Big Ed navigate the world of love following his breakup with Rose.
A photo that appeared online recently seems to reveal whether the couple is still together.
"Dude, you're 27 years old. Stand up for yourself and your fiancé," one fan wrote on Reddit recently.
Sunday's episode will feature an uncomfortable conversation—especially since the young couple can't share a bed under his parents' roof.
Two particular photos posted by Zied may reveal how Season 8 will end.
Julia just moved to America and she's already pitching in on the farm.
She claims they were on a break.
They have the biggest age gap of all the couples this season.
"I also love rich men, foreigners preferably..." she said on a Ukrainian television show when she was 19.
There are plenty of clues on their individual Instagram accounts.
And if they are, then why would they return for a second season of the TLC show?
In the upcoming season, Natalie will call Mike a "monster" for sending her back to Ukraine.
This season, a global pandemic is in play.
Viewers already saw their engagement.
Four new couples will add to the dramatic storylines that viewers already love.
They met on social media before the pandemic.
Yes, they're officially divorced, but their stories continue.
"You might as well have just stuck a knife in my heart when I found that on your phone," Lisa says in a new clip.
"It takes a year or more to get a visa. Government isn't even open."
The YouTuber can't get over Ed's use of mayo.
She's not the only cast member with an acting background, though.