While Gil and Myrla have grown from butting heads to developing a real romance, other couples have had a rockier road during their two-month marriage on Married at First Sight. Ryan has completely shut off from getting close to Brett, and just expects her to pick up on his vibes instead of being open with her. Jose got his feelings hurt and locked Rachel out of their shared apartment and then stonewalled her the next day. Zach and Michaela had a bad fight early on where Michaela left in the middle of the night, but they seem to be doing better now.
Category: Married at First Sight
Sometimes the decision by contestants about whether or not to stay married after the 8 week trial period of Married at First Sight is a hard decision. Sometimes the couples are really enjoying each other and know they want the marriage to continue on, but many times they are unsure of the stranger they’ve just been legally married to. Still, as they learn more about the other person they can form an attachment and curiosity about where things can lead. Other times, one or both parties know that the marriage just isn’t working out long before the required two months. Is is possible to leave early? What if the other person is being abusive?
At the beginning of Season 13 of Married at First Sight Bao and Johnny looked to be one of the stronger matches, but as the day have worn on it seems like they are more and more incompatible. Last week we learned that Johnny finds how his wife Bao expresses happiness to be a turnoff, which led Bao to think that he finds her Joy “disgusting.” Johnny has weighed in further about why he said that, but he remains firm that he is not attracted to her giddy, childlike behavior when she’s enjoying life.
After getting Married at First Sight, the different couples start feeling each other out in different ways. Only a few of the couples have started discussing money so far, but for Mylra and Gil and Jose and Racehl financial matters are at the forefront of their disagreements. All this talk about money makes us wonder? Do the couples sign a prenup to protect their own finances before they get married to a stranger?
Of the couples of Married at First Sight‘s 13th Season, Brett and Ryan Ignasiak are among those clicking the least after their blind wedding. Ryan is very quiet, and is open to the cameras about his disappointment in things like her hair color and other things about her looks. He’s also so annoyed by her anxieties that he says he would have broken it off with a girlfriend who was as afraid of flying as Brett is.
On the first full day of of Michaela and Zack’s honeymoon, and just two days after being Married at First Sight, Zach was diagnosed with COVID so they had to spend the first few weeks of their marriage apart. Now, it looks like their union might have had other snags along the way.
On episode 4 of Season 13 of Married at First Sight, the couples connect after their wedding in their hotel rooms. During their “getting to know you” pillow talk conversations Myrla Feria and Gil Cuero found out they have a very tragic thing in common: both of their fathers were murdered. Gil’s dad was gunned down at home when he was 14-years-old, which was an unquestionable formative experience for him, and Myrla’s dad was murdered by her step-sister.
Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner are still married after appearing on the first season of Lifetimes’ Married at First Sight. Now, after seven years of marriage, they are sharing on Instagram that their marriage is currently struggling, but they are fighting for it.