Martha Kalifatidis reveals the dream that made her cry for the first time in YEARS

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Martha Kalifatidis got emotional on the Kyle and Jackie O Show on Monday.

The 32-year-old Married At First Sight star, who said she rarely cries, started crying when she revealed a dream she had recently that actually made her cry.

Reality TV’s retelling of the dream was so powerful that host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson was even crying.

Emotional: Martha Kalifatidis, 32, who said she rarely cries, started crying when she revealed a dream she recently had that actually made her cry on the Kyle and Jackie O Show

The segment started with Martha admitting that even seeing the most emotional scenes while filming Celebrity Apprentice Australia didn’t make her cry.

“What happened to you in your life that made you such a bloody hard rock that you won’t shed a tear?” Kyle asked.

“Did you meet my mother?” broke Martha, referring to Mother Mary, who she described as “a tough, tough woman.”

Opening: When she cried for the last time, Martha revealed the heartbreaking content of her dream

Opening: When she cried for the last time, Martha revealed the heartbreaking content of her dream

Chain Reaction: Reality TV's retelling of the dream of reality TV beauty was so powerful it made host Jackie 'O' Henderson real [pictured] cry too

Chain Reaction: Reality TV’s retelling of the dream of reality TV beauty was so powerful it made host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson real [pictured] cry too

When she cried for the last time, Martha revealed the heartbreaking content of her dream.

“When I was sixteen, I was in a car accident with my cousin, who sadly passed away.”

‘And I recently had a dream about him. He came to me in my dream, ‘the influencer continued.

Martha then paused and admitted, “I’m going to get emotional.”

The dream:

The dream: “When I was sixteen, I had a car accident with my cousin, and unfortunately he passed away,” Martha began. ‘He came to me in my dream …’

Martha persisted and said, “He said,” Oh, I’m watching Celebrity Apprentice … You’re doing so well! Come over and watch it with me, there’s no distraction here, I’ve turned off all the lights and the other tv. ”

“And I woke up,” Martha said to Kyle and Jackie O, before admitting, “I haven’t really seen him in my dream for fifteen years.”

“And it just made me feel really good, and it’s just really nice.”

“Oh, you’re making me cry now,” Jackie said, wiping the tears from her eyes.

Hard note to crack: The segment started with Martha admitting that even seeing the most emotional scenes while filming Celebrity Apprentice Australia didn't make her cry.

Hard note to crack: The segment started with Martha admitting that even seeing the most emotional scenes while filming Celebrity Apprentice Australia didn’t make her cry.

When I woke up I just couldn’t stop [crying]”I was just so emotional,” said the MAFS alum.

She also confessed that this was the only time her boyfriend Michael Brunelli had ever seen her cry since they met in the 2019 season of Married At First Sight.

Martha has previously spoken of the tragic accident that killed her cousin George in 2019.

Her husband: She also confessed that this was the only time that her boyfriend Michael Brunelli [pictured, left] had seen her cry ever since they met in the 2019 season of Married At First Sight

Her husband: She also confessed that this was the only time that her boyfriend Michael Brunelli [pictured, left] had seen her cry ever since they met in the 2019 season of Married At First Sight

Speak against Nine honeys, said the tiny model she and George were involved in a tragic car accident in 2005.

“He hadn’t been drinking and was the designated driver,” she explained.

“We had too much fun, so we went for a fun ride before going home … and lost control and hit a tree.”

Martha, who was only 16 at the time, was stuck in the car with George after the crash.

‘[George] was taken out of the car after an hour and only an hour and a half later I was cut loose with the jaws of life. I was very lucky to be alive. ‘

The reality star had to ‘learn to walk again’ after the accident and needed full-time care from family members until she was healed.

“I had several operations on my leg during high school,” she said.

Tough ladies: when asked why she doesn't cry.  Martha mentioned Mother Mary's influence [pictured] who she described as 'a tough, tough woman'

Tough ladies: when asked why she doesn’t cry. Martha mentioned Mother Mary’s influence [pictured] who she described as ‘a tough, tough woman’

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