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*Warning: Spoilers for Married at First Sight Australia below*
If you, like us, have been left glued to the screen by the events of Married at First Sight Australia, then you may be wondering which of the couples actually stayed together and which of them didn't quite make it.
The sixth season of the popular reality TV show aired on Australian screens back in 2019, but has only recently reached UK screens, so we've got a lot of catching up to do with where all the couples are now.
And, two years down the line, a few of the 13 couples are still together. But with a few episodes yet to air on E4, there are spoilers ahead.
Here's what each of the Married at First Sight Australia couples are up to now...
Jules Robinson and Cam Merchant
In one of the most successful hook-ups of the series, Cam actually got down on one knee to propose to Jules during their final vows and, honestly, our hearts!
A special episode of Aussie show A Current Affair saw the couple get married in real life and the two are still together now. Not only that but they're both also parents to baby son Oliver too. How sweet!
Nic Jovanović and Cyrell Paule
Couple Nic and Cyrell certainly brought the drama to the Married at First Sight set and the two eventually broke up while on the show. However, while filming MAFS in 2019, Nic found out his testicular cancer had returned and had to undergo chemotherapy and have a teste removed as the show aired in Australia.
Nic, who is still single, kept the news from wife Cyrell at the time. He recently told The Sun that his "health is great now" and that he has no regrets about taking part in the show.
He added: "I feel I have grown so much as a person since then. I have been able to watch the season and see how I used to handle situations - and now I am better for it and will take on everything I learnt throughout my experience."
Cyrell, meanwhile, has now found love with Love Island Australia's Eden Dally and gave birth to the couple's son Boston in February 2020.
In an Instagram post, she wrote: "First there was Eden and Me... now our baby makes 3... so happy to announce our baby boy is here."
Jessika Power and Mick Gould
Things between Jessika Power and Mick Gould weren't always easy, so it's perhaps no wonder that the two broke up while on the show, with Jessika getting together with fellow contestant Dan Webb behind husband Mick's back. She and Dan then continued on the show as a separate couple, determined to make it to the end.
Mick, meanwhile, was linked to co-star Lauren Huntriss after flirting with her on social media, as well as to Dan's ex-wife Tamara Joy, after the two were spotted together at Tamara's 30th birthday.
However, he has been dating former Bachelor star Kayla Gray since September 2019.
Jessika Power and Dan Webb
Sadly, Jessika and Dan split after rumours of cheating surfaced after their appearance on the show. Dan later told Yahoo Lifestyle: "Me and Jess have split, let's get that straight. We have broken up."
"There's allegations coming out that we're still together. She's saying we're still together. We are not together.
"There's no way I am going to be dating that girl after the rumours and the stuff that's been sent to me over the past 24 to 48 hours."
Dan Webb and Tamara Jo
Tamara dated Love Island's Ashley Ienco in 2019, but is currently single. Now an Instagram influencer, she lives in Queensland.
Tamara later told Woman's Day that ex Dan's behaviour didn't align with her own morals or character.
She added: "Don't stick around and string your husband along just so you can make eyes with other husbands or touch other husbands under the table. Wait until you get outside. It's just something that I feel very strongly about - I'm a loyal person, I have morals."
Melissa Lucarelli and Dino Hira
Sadly, Mel and Dino broke up and became the third couple to leave the show. Now an Instagram influencer, Mel recently revealed she'd turned to online dating in a bid to find a partner.
In a column she wrote for Australian publication The Latch, Mel admitted: "True love waits for no one and if I want to meet someone during corona times, then desperate times calls for desperate measures!"
Dino, meanwhile, is now unrecognisable after growing a beard. The meditation and spirituality coach is now living in Hong Kong and reportedly dating a woman he met over there.
Mike Gunner and Heidi Latcham
Mike and Heidi sadly announced their split at the Married at First Sight Australia reunion special, set to air on Australian screens later this year.
In the special, Mike explained: "Right after the final vows, Heidi and I went back to the Gold Coast together but it didn't take long and the wheels started coming off."
Heidi added: "It was great for like two days and then it just went to s***. And then I haven't spoken to him since."
Now Mike works as a hairline tattooist and, though he went on to date model Jessica Williamson after Heidi, he is currently single.
Heidi, meanwhile, went back to her job as a radio presenter and is also single. Most recently, however, she was bridesmaid at Jules and Cam's wedding.
Ning Surasiang and Mark Scriven
Ning and Mark featured in one of the most explosive moments of the series, when Mark called things off with his wife during the final ceremony and a shocked Ning retorted: "Just stop. This is bull****."
However, the pair have now revealed that they've both had time to digest and later revealed they were on friendly terms, even going so far as to text each other often.
However, there's no sign of the couple getting back together. While Ning has now found love with a new boyfriend, Kane Micallef, Mark has been dating The Block star Bianca Chatfield for almost two years.
Sam Ball and Elizabeth Sobinoff
Elizabeth and Sam's relationship broke down after Sam was caught cheating with Ines Bašić, who was married to Bronson Norrish and the two couples left the experiment part way through.
But, in a surprising twist, Lizzie ended up returning to the show for its seventh run, with a whole new look.
This time Lizzie was paired with football player Seb Guilhaus and, though she was determined to make it work after a disastrous first run, it appears that things soon fell apart after filming.
When Australia closed its borders due to Covid-19, the couple, who planned to move in together after the show, had to put their plans on hold. They finally reunited in June, but the relationship only lasted six months after that.
The couple released the news in a statement, saying: "We have mutually decided to end our relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend."
Elizabeth is now thought to be back living with her mum in Newcastle, New South Wales.
Though rumours of cheating plagued Sam and Elizabeth's relationship, Sam now claims that the relationship between him and Ines was faked.
In a seven-minute rant on Instagram, Sam admitted: "They [the producers] pulled me into a black room and asked me to do the Ines thing.
"They got Ines to DM me on the phone, that was all staged."
"The whole Ines thing started to happen. I throw her on the bed on that date night, not even five seconds later producers come in, de-mic you all that. I didn't sleep with Ines that night, it didn't happen. I didn't sleep with anyone on the show. Mark my words."
Ines Bašić and Bronson Norrish
Ines too has made a claim that she has also been wrongly portrayed as a villain in the show.
The law student and influencer took to Instagram to answer questions from fans, who quizzed her on if the show was faked.
Ines replied: "The whole purpose of a TV show - if you do the math - networks have money to make or they can't run.
"We are puppets filming a TV show for your entertainment."
Though both Ines and Bronson left the show before its finale, it appears that Sam later asked Ines to pursue things in the outside world. However, Ines said no.
Bronson is now in a relationship with girlfriend Hayley Wallis.
Lauren Huntriss and Matthew Bennett
Lauren and Matthew were paired together in the show and caught the viewers attention when Matthew admitted he was a virgin.
But the couple didn't last and were in fact the first to leave the experiment when Matt admitted he wasn't attracted to Lauren.
He later threw his wedding ring into a volcano with new girlfriend Annabel.
Meanwhile, Lauren later told 9Honey Celebrity: "After Matt embarrassed me in front of everyone at the dinner party by saying he wasn't attracted to me, I knew it would not be fair on myself or him to prolong the experiment."
Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli
Martha and Michael stayed together after exchanging their final vows in the show, but it appears things weren't smooth sailing for the couple. Despite rumours of Martha spending time with her ex and a few rocky starts, the couple are still together and even moved in with each other last year.
Michael admitted on Instagram that it was a lot to deal with when the show first came out and their relationship was made public.
He said: "Fake articles, rumours and bulls**t DMs were hard to deal with and probably caused a few arguments in the early days."
"But we would always talk them through and move on. Now we're at a point where we give zero f**ks about what's written."
Susie Bradley and Billy Vincen
Susie and Billy called it quits soon after joining the show, partly due to Susie making Billy cry over his supposed lying,
Billy is currently still single, while Susie is dating rugby player Todd Carney
Although Susie has deleted her social media, Todd recently announced tat the couple are expecting their first child in March 2021. Great news guys!
Married at First Sight Australia currently airs on E4.
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