Married At First Sight viewers have taken to social media to criticize boyfriend Collins Christian’s ‘terrible performance’ on the series, even going so far as to question how he got on the show.
During the shocking episode on Sunday night, the 28-year-old collided with relationship expert John Aiken after his wife Natalie Parham said he wasn’t showing his affection.
Aiken, 53, asked him what he thought he should do to regain Natalie’s trust, prompting an upset Collins to tell him he was the one asking for advice.
Viewers were divided over Collins’ sarcastic response to what was supposed to be a serious conversation and took to social media to offer their opinions.
“Collins won’t even get a job on Home and Away with this performance,” one fan joked.
Married At First Sight viewers have taken to social media to criticize boyfriend Collins Christian’s ‘terrible performance’ in the series. In the photo
During Sunday night’s shocking episode, the 28-year-old clashed with relationship expert John Aiken after his wife Natalie Parham said he wasn’t showing her affection.
‘Does Collins in MAFS get a Razzie for worst overacting of all time? At this rate, he’s ready for a Days of Our Lives gig,” a second user added.
‘Serious question, how the hell did Collins get through the auditions?’ a third person asked, with another writing: “I think Collins is trying to get into NIDA.”
However, others supported Collins’ approach and praised him for his ability to put on a show.
“Collins, best actor award for MAFS 2024,” wrote one follower and another added: “Someone call the Academy: Collins is betting on an Oscar.”
During the cliffhanger episode, Collins John asked him about his feelings towards Natalie when things got heated.
Natalie was explaining that she wanted to abandon the experiment after Collins didn’t show her any affection at dinner.
Viewers were divided over Collins’ sarcastic response.
“My father passed away two months ago and my anxiety and grief were starting to take over and I never thought I would feel alone at a dinner party,” she said.
Collins then admitted that he could show Natalie more affection before adding, “It’s been common that Nat’s pain has been a big part of this experiment.”
“Other than the pain, she has been present to the best of her ability,” John said.
Collins interrupted: ‘You just said pain aside… I’m sorry, but if I’m honest, I don’t agree with you. “You can’t just ignore the pain, it’s a huge factor.”
“No, I’m sorry, I came to ask your advice… you tell me,” said a frustrated Collins.
Natalie then broke down by admitting that she doesn’t trust Collins before finally revealing her decision to leave, but Collins voted to stay, forcing the couple to remain in the experiment.
Relationship expert John Aiken (pictured) asked Collins what he thought he should do to regain Natalie’s trust, prompting one upset Christian to say he was the one asking for advice.