MAFS UK fans call out experts as they try to salvage broken relationships

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    Fans of Married at First Sight UK have called out the experts for seemingly trying to put split couples back together.

    During the last reunion ceremony, fans seemed to think the experts were trying to mend relationships that were clearly broken.

    With the majority of the couples deciding to go their separate ways, including Whitney Hughes and Matt Murray and the strongest couple Jordan Emmett Connelly and Chanita Stephenson, fans felt the experts were trying to force a relationship despite things clearly not working between the pairs.

    Taking to Twitter, viewers shared their thoughts on the coaches.

    One person wrote: "Oh ‘experts’ stop flogging a dead horse…"

    Another shared: "The really bad 'experts' on #mafsuk are really forcing their ONE 'golden couple'- Jordan doesn't want this. I think it was too overbearing for him. If a man says something just believe it. She can find another man who is on it."

    A third viewer said: "Why are they doing this to the both of them? Awful, I hope they all got offered some decent counselling after this….and not from the experts."

    Meanwhile a fourth added: "The experts are trying to save face with their floored experiment. This programme should never be aired again."

    During the latest episode, tears were flowing when Chanita and Jordan were asked by the experts if they could make their relationship while in front of the experts and the other participants.

    Thinking about whether it was worth another shot, Jordan asked Chanita her thoughts and what she would want to do.

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