Channel Nine's Married At First Sight third series ended last night with all three remaining couples coming to their end of their onscreen romance seemingly happy and committed in their arranged relationships.
Cue the rose petals and the champagne. Start planning the trips to IKEA - because it seems you can find true, everlasting love on a reality tv show in front of millions of Australians, and a giant production crew.
Except... wait. You can't.
Season two contestant Clare Verrall has taken to Twitter to blow the lid on the reality TV show - which she described as "manufactured drama".
To which we say: we know!
Verrall described the current season of the hit series as “an absolute s**t show from start to finish” and claimed that there was no three month catch-up with the couples screened on TV because their relationships had all ended.
She accused the show's executive producers of "laughing maniacally while toasting champagne and yelling we are untouchable".
Verall, who appeared on season two which aired in April, went through a breakup of her own with her 'husband' Jono Pitman, accusing him of having a "bad temper".
Since last night's series finale, it has now been revealed that the happy ending didn't last long and Clare was indeed correct.
Nine's The Fix has reported that all six contestants are now single.