Australia Hath Spoken, Jo Is The Nation's Sweetheart
Tonight, one thing was confirmed: Foxy JoJo is the series' most-loved bride of all time.
The bubbly TV bride was paired with Sean on the social experiment's fifth season—who, as we were reminded in the recap—was less than impressed from the moment she walked down the aisle.
Boy, do we hope he's sorry for that decision right now.
How About We Stop Glorifying Toxic Relationships On National Television?
Seriously! How are John and Mel still glorifying a relationship that was riddled with manipulation?
Despite the redemption edit that Mike got tonight, many viewers couldn't help but remember just how controversial his actions were at the time.
Mike's stint on MAFS will arguably remain one of the most blatant and outright displays of toxic masculinity displayed on national television.
Throughout his time on the social experiment, Mike continually gaslit wife Heidi, shamed her for trying to emotionally open up to him about her past as a foster child with the now-infamous, "I'm not your therapist, sweetheart" line, to downright defending a man who had cheated on his wife. Then who could forget Mike's claims that women, biologically, don't "cope under pressure."
To finish it off, when asked by the experts what he'd do if he saw Heidi, Mike admitted he'd "kiss her", despite just seconds before saying he was no in a committed relationship.
Jess vs. Cyrell, Part-Two
Jess starts by telling the experts she was "embarrassed" by her past behaviour on the series, but Cyrell asserts that "the old Jess is the new Jess."
The pair continue the same argument about what they have said about each other in the past, and when Jess tried to present a sincere, mature apology in the hopes of moving forward, Cyrell declares she's done.
"That's me bouncing," she tells the group while getting up and storming out of the room.
It was mixed emotions on Twitter, and it seems this one feud might just live on a little while longer.
Why Were Ryan, Charlene And Sarah Even There?
Seriously? Did Charlene even say a word?
And that's all, the drama is officially done and dusted! Married At First Sight's new season begins on February 22 at 7pm on Channel Nine.