TLC ’90 Day Fiancé-Happily Ever After?’ Spoilers: Sumit Can’t Do A Thing With His Hair And Fans Like It That Way!
TLC’s “90 Day Fiancé-Happily Ever After?” star Sumit can’t do a thing with his hair and fans like it that way!
TLC 90 Day Finance’ Spoilers – Monsoon Season In India And Sumit’s Hair Has Gone Curly
Sumit posted a photo of himself on his Instagram account and bemoaned that now that it’s monsoon season there his hair has gone all curly, and wanted fans to see what the heat and humidity do to his hair. Lucky Sumit! Instead of his usual slicked-down version, he has beautiful curls, without one bit of frizz, and fans love it – many say he even looks better – and YOUNGER – with his hair curly!
It also looks like he recently shaved his beard and mustache off and is now letting it regrow. If it’s as hot and humid as he says it is perhaps he should leave it off and feel cool as well as look cool! Of course, the important part is not how fans think he looks with curls and possibly a clean-shaven face – the important part is how he feels about how he looks and how Jenny Slatten likes or doesn’t like Sumit’s “monsoon look”.
There are a few photos that he’s posted of himself in the past, both clean-shaven and with longer hair, although he did keep it slicked down straight. Sumit states those photos were taken when he was in his early twenties, he’s now in his early thirties.
TLC 90 Day Finance’ Spoilers – How Can There Be Monsoons In New Dehli, India – It’s Landlocked!
As in the American Southwest, the term “monsoon” merely means a rainy season with lots and lots of rain and humidity. Usually, instead of spread throughout the year, New Dehli’s precipitation is just kind of wound up into one big soggy ball of rain systems and dumps it all in one big soggy season. It starts in early April and usually runs through late September, with as much as thirty-one inches of rain, or sometimes a little more than that.
The temperatures during the monsoon season, which is usually just referred to as the shorter version, “monsoon” range from around 78 degrees Fahrenheit to 85 or 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The monsoon usually peaks around late May or early June. Monsoon is considered its own season in the region where New Dehli is; there are spring, summer, monsoon, autumn, and winter!
The monsoon season is definitely not the optimal time for “90 Day Fiancé-The Other Way” to be filming the adventures of Sumit and Jenny in India, so it is definitely a good thing that the current season was filmed presumably last year, since as Sumit posts in another photo, India too has been under coronavirus lockdown since March like everyone else! As a matter of fact, the last photos he posted of them together were last September!
— SOS/CTS/HH (@SoapOperaSpy) June 28, 2020
Stay tuned to “90 Day Fiancé-The Other Way” to see how things went once Jenny got back to India to be with Sumit, and keep checking back here for all the latest news on your favorite “90 Day Fiancé” shows and stars!