Married at first glance EXCLUSIVE: Stars give away telltale signs of their marriage when they arrive in Sydney before filming the expected reunion
The Married At First Sight season ends this week.
And while they arrived in Sydney before filming for the expected reunion episode, some of the marital TV spouses seemingly gave away if they lasted long.
Footage delivered to Daily Mail Australia shows five cast members at the airport in January, a day before the episode was filmed, with and without their wedding rings.
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Married at first glance EXCLUSIVE: Stars give away telltale signs of their marriage when they arrive in Sydney before filming the expected reunion. In the photo: Jonethen Musulin and Connie Crayden
There are five more couples in the series, which are now airing, including: Sebastian Guilhaus and Elizabeth Sobinoff, Drew Brauer and KC Osborne, Mishel Karen and Steve Burley, Josh Pihlak and Cathy Evans, and Connie Crayden and Jonethen Musulin.
While Steve and Mishel have been sitting on rocky ground for the past few weeks, the pair had insisted they were the newlywed lovebirds.
They both made sure to show off their rings and insist they were still “married,” with a joke from Mishel, “I’m still married. Of course it is real. It’s on TV, so it’s real, of course. ‘
Connie also all smiled when she flew into Sydney.
She said cheerfully that she was excited to be back in town: “It feels good. Pretty excited to see all my friends. It’s gonna be good. ‘
However, the images from the airport showed that she no longer wore her wedding ring. A sign that she may have been separated from ‘husband’ Jonethen.
Meanwhile, Cairns-based musician Drew declined to comment on his relationship status, insisting he was just in Sydney for a vacation.
Since his TV ‘wife’ KC is based in Sydney, it seems they chose to get divorced on their final vows.
Lesbian bride Amanda Micallef, who split from ‘wife’ Tash Herz during the show, was also seen before the reunion solo, but said she enjoyed going back to [her] normal life ‘since leaving the program.
On Sunday evening the other five couples meet for their ‘final vows’.
During their intimate meeting, they decide whether to stay together or stay apart after the show.
Married At First Sight continues on Channel Nine on Sundays from 7pm
Who will stay together? Married At First Sight broadcasts the remaining five couples ‘final vows’ on Channel Nine on Sunday from 7pm. In the photo: Stacey Hampton and Michael Goonan