90 Days: The Single Life cast member Caesar Mack takes another shot at love, as seen in a new preview clip. He’s been through several relationships while participating in 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days and met several other prospects on The Single Life. Fans saw Caesar Mack’s journey on 90 Day Fiancé full of red flags and criticized him for making obvious mistakes. In the preview clip for the next episode of 90 Day Fiancé: The Single Life, released by People, Caesar asks his new lover Alona if she would like to make it official and become his girlfriend.
After several moments of hesitation, during which the Ukrainian confesses that she doesn’t know the right answer in English and Caesar tells her to just say yes or no, she replies: “I think yes”. In the interview transcript that follows, Caesar admits that he was nervous about questioning Alona as they had only known each other for a short time, but decided to take a chance and was delighted with the result.
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When Alona asks about their next steps after Caesar’s return to America, he replies that he will work to bring her to the United States as soon as possible. Alona says she “dream[s] of having a wholesome relationship with Caesar” and looks forward to creating something more with him.
Their demeanour after asking Caesar the question is almost youthful, hopeful and cheerful, a real contrast to the way he has been shown throughout his appearances on 90 Day Fiancé.
Caesar Mack’s relationship experience, which has been crowned in several “90 Day Fiancé” broadcasts, may make one skeptical of his success with Alona. His relationship with Maria lasted for five years without ever meeting in person, so starting a new relationship face to face could be seen as a step forward.
However, Caesar’s single-minded pursuit of a woman from Ukraine has led him halfway around the world and into a financial disadvantage with a suitor, and his attempts to find love in the US failed in 90 Days of Fiancé. Fans have noticed the desperation of Caesar’s actions and it’s possible he hasn’t learned the lessons of these romances yet.