Angela is leaving reality TV to start a new career as an actress in Hollywood

 Being on reality TV has been both a blessing and a curse for 90 Day Fiancé star Angela Deem. On the one hand, she became a D-list celebrity, made a decent living from the reality TV show as a regular cast member, and managed to monetize her social media platforms, where she has hundreds of thousands of followers. On the other hand, her personal life became chaotic; her husband left her, and she had to deal with online trolls and haters every day.

This week, Angela Deem announced that she's leaving the 90 Day Fiancé franchise by choice, despite rumors saying she got fired after her off-screen drama with her estranged Nigerian husband, Michael Ilesanmi. Angela clarified that Happily Ever After season 8 will be her final season and denied rumors of appearing on the next season of 90 Day: The Single Life. This news has made many of the show's fans happy, as they were tired of watching the crazy Meemaw abuse her husband and other cast members on national TV.

In the past seven years, the 90 Day Fiancé franchise has been Angela Deem's primary source of income. Through her participation in the show, she earned money on and off screen and gained the attention of A-list celebrities such as Hulk Hogan, Rihanna, and Chrissy Teigen. Attending celebrity parties and events helped Angela expand her network and eventually land her first movie role. Angela Deem is going Hollywood #90dayfiance #90dayfianceoftiktok #90dayfiancenews ♬ original sound - 90dayfiance news and gossips

During one of her recent TikTok live streams, Angela Deem announced she had a small part in an upcoming movie. However, she has not revealed any details about the movie, such as its title and release date. She couldn't say much about it because of her NDA. Both reality TV cast members and movie actors must sign nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) to prevent any spoilers from leaking before the release of the show or movie. These agreements help maintain the element of surprise and excitement for the audience, ensuring that plot twists and outcomes remain unknown until the scheduled premiere date.