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MAFS UK spoilers tease chaos as cast members write anonymous letters to co-stars
Married At First Sight UK is set to "kick off" tonight (October 3) as the couples write anonymous letters to each other.In a sneak peek clip of the latest E4 show, the newlyweds are seen writing scathing letters to their fellow contestants and making brutal digs at their relationships and personalities.The clip starts with psychiatrist Mel Schilling explaining the task, which will see the letters being read out to the entire group at tonight’s dinner party.READ MORE: MAFS UK's Marilyse still feeling effects of major organ donation ahead of marathonChanita is then heard worrying that because the letters are anonymous, “some people are gonna be absolute kno*s,” before she and Jordan begin giving advice to a couple about appearing “fake.”Thomas wastes no time in blasting someone “defensive” before saying “he puts her down and acts like a child” and that this person’s behaviour is “not conducive to a healthy relationship.”Kasia and Kwame are seen slamming a mystery couple for their lack of trust, saying that was an area “they need to work on for sure,” before Jenna and Zoe are heard saying “it is all gunna kick off.”The couple has had their fair share of drama already with explosive rows and cheating scandals making headlines throughout the series.One of the show’s biggest ongoing feuds has seen Thomas Hartley and April Banbury at loggerheads, accusing eachother of talking behind each other’s back and being “fake.”Thomas recently continued his on screen feud with co-star April after he accused her of "chatting s***" once again.The reality star, 31, took to his Instagram Stories on Thursday (September 29) to address the previous night’s episode of the explosive E4 show.The mental health care assistant participated in a Q&A
Married at First Sight fans brand show a 'joke' as cheating couple allowed to stay
Married At First Sight fans have blasted the show a “complete joke” after cheaters Matt and Whitney were allowed to remain on the show.Matt, who was married to Gemma, and Whitney, who was married to Duka, had secretly engaged in a romance behind their partners backs, before admitting their connection over a dramatic dinner with the other couples.The pair snook off and kissed and their rejected partners were left in the dust, despite their best efforts to make their marriages work.READ MORE:MAFS UK's George modelling past exposed - shirtless snaps, second job and 'dad bod'The two stunned fans further by asking the show’s counsellors if they could remain on the show as a couple and finish the experiment.The therapy team, which includes sex therapist Charlene Douglas, psychiatrist Mel Schilling and matchmaker Paul C Brunson, were seen having serious talks with the couple and expressing their dismay at the pair’s behaviour, telling them it was “unacceptable.”However, they revealed that science had shown them to be a good match and ultimately decided to allow them to remain on the show as a couple, not a married couple.Viewers immediately took to social media to react, with many slamming the decision.“This is what we have been waiting for. These two should not be allowed back into the experiment.