Speaking about Ivan in a piece recorded before she packed her bags, Aleks said: "I'm feeling upset and blindsided. I feel very betrayed by Ivan.
"He tries to control situations ... maybe I was blindsided by him the whole way through."
Despite there being two against one, Ivan continued to deny that he had plotted with Michael and Josh.
"I will say that Michael is lying and Josh is confused," Ivan claimed.
The rest of the contestants were baying for Aleks and Ivan's blood and were raging upon hearing they had done a legger.
"They are gutless," Josh said.
"They are cowards," Stacey added.
"That is cowardly," Mishel said.
"I think she wanted to avoid confrontation," Cathy said.
"Or the truth," Steve replied.
"It's not fair, they are not privileged," Lizzie added.
"It takes a lot to get up [on the couch] and put yourself out there ... they just don't want to face the music," Josh added.
On that anticlimactic note, fans had to make do with the others for the rest of Sunday night's episode, where Jonny was confronted by the others for leading Connie on after he voted to "leave" but said he still wanted to "stay".
"You're sending Connie pretty mixed signals," Mel Schilling said.
"Jonny, that wasn't cool," Mishel added.
"I don't feel the spark, what the f**k am I supposed to do?" Jonny, uncharacteristically, shouted.
"Get off the fence, that was hard to watch," Michael said.
"That was brutal," Stacey said.
Elsewhere, Cathy and Josh both voted to "leave" because of Josh's meddling mummy they couldn't communicate their problems in way they could both understand.
"I know I'm not for Josh and Josh is not for me," Cathy said. (At that very moment Josh's mother, no doubt, popped a bottle and rejoiced.)
"I hope one day we can be friends," Josh said.
There are just five couples left and two weeks before the final commitment ceremony. May the odds be ever in their favour.