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“90 Day”'s Josh and Natalie Confirm Relationship Status as 'Friends Who Kiss' After Breakup

"I mean, she slept over last night," Josh said of the on-again, off-again couple as the cast called out his "sugar daddy vibes"

<p>TLC</p> Josh and Natalie search for an apartment on 90 Day: The Single Life.

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Josh and Natalie search for an apartment on 90 Day: The Single Life.

Josh Weinstein and Natalie Mordovtseva aren’t back together on 90 Day: The Single Life… but they’re not apart, either.

During Monday night’s tell-all episode, the pair confirmed they’re still intimate, despite breaking up earlier in the season. They went as far as to say they spent the night together in NYC ahead of filming the tell-all.

“We’re still very close. We’re friends,” Josh said.

Host Shaun Robinson then chimed in to ask, “Friends who kiss when they greet?”

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Joe Buglewicz/TLC Natalie Mordovtseva on 90 Day: The Single Life.
Joe Buglewicz/TLC Natalie Mordovtseva on 90 Day: The Single Life.

However, Josh confirmed that it’s more than just that. “We kiss. We — I mean, she slept over last night,” he added.

He also clarified there was a no-contact period when Josh and Natalie split (as seen on screen.) “Well, we did break up, and we didn't talk for quite some time, and Natalie needed some help,” Josh said, explaining the reason for their reunion. “Something had happened. She reached out to me and we, like, reconnected.”

It was a car accident that reconnected them, as Natalie came to Josh for support.

Emergency or not, it still didn’t change Natalie and Josh’s predicament: he still doesn’t consider her his girlfriend. “We cannot break the circle with Josh because he doesn't move on our relationship into any direction,” Natalie said.

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The conversation ended with Natalie demanding an answer for what they are — not, unlike, episodes past. Josh has never been able to fully commit, even when Natalie moved to L.A. to be closer to him. However, he still has a giant hand in Natalie’s life through his finances. He’s paid some months in advance for Natalie’s rent and admitted even apart, he’s still handing her money to pay for her LA lifestyle.

Cast members questioned why Josh felt the need to financially support Natalie if they’re not in a relationship. He cited his “care” for her while denying the “sugar daddy vibes” that other 90 Day faces said he’s giving off.

Even Natalie asked, “Why from the beginning, at least for $2000 per month apartment cost so many stuff on me, Ukrainian girl?”

“I've been trying to stay away from the sugar daddy vibes,” Josh added. “I've actually told her, like, look, I'm not your sugar daddy. Like, I'm helping you out.”

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Natalie ended her relationship with Josh earlier this season when she said he was unable to give her what she wanted: an engagement and kids. Josh later stated that a split was the right decision.

Natalie has since asked her estranged husband, Michael "Mike" Youngquist, if he’d like to give their romance another shot, particularly in starting a family together. Mike swiftly turned down Natalie’s offer, leaving her devastated and confused.

As the season wrapped, it seemed Natalie’s biggest goal was to welcome children. However, whether she’ll do so alone or with a partner remains unknown.

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