MAFS' Bronte Schofield has taken a brutal swipe at 'husband' Harrison Boon ahead of the reunion after she dumped him at the final dinner party and flew home to Perth.
In a video obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle, Bronte is seen arriving in Sydney for the reunion episodes a few weeks after filming the last dinner party, with the online beauty educator revealing she was far from looking forward to seeing her ex-husband again.
Speaking to photographers in Sydney Airport in December, Bronte said she'd "rather sniff paint" than come face-to-face with Harrison again.
When asked how she felt to be back in Sydney, she told them, "I'm as cool as a cucumber," adding she is "stoked" for the reunion.
However, when asked how she felt to see Harrison again, she kept her head down and said with a laugh, "No comment, absolutely no comment!"
"Did it end that badly?" the photographer questioned, to which she responded, "Yeah, look I'd rather sniff paint than have to see him again, but here we are."
'Never want to see you again'
Bronte and Harrison's relationship started going downhill during the couples' retreat, with it ending dramatically during last week's dramatic final dinner party.
The pair hadn't spoken since their home stay in Perth, after Harrison got into a major argument with Bronte's sister Kirra.
When they came face to face at the dinner party, it was clear Bronte was not interested in repairing their relationship and had seen enough of Harrison to know she didn't want to continue the experiment with him.
However, the pair sat down to dinner and took part in the final honesty box challenge, with Bronte asking Harrison, "Do you have any regrets about how you've been in this relationship?"
"It's tough," he responded. "I don't know if I'd use the word 'regret'. There are things that I would've done differently. I regret that I didn't do a better job of cleaning my act up before I came into this experiment."
"Do you feel you've gotten to know the real me?" she asked, reading the next question.
"Yes, I do. Definitely," Harrison responded.
But it was the final question that blew up what remained of their relationship.
"How could I have been a better partner to you over the last couple of months?" Bronte asked.
"There was two deal breakers for me," Harrison began. "I said, 'I don't want you to threaten to leave me again', and 'I don't want you to say negative things about me to other people.' And then on home stays, you and your sister attacked me."
"Oh please! She held you accountable for you being an absolute condescending a**hole to me," she hit back.
"You sat there in support, while she attacked me," Harrison said. "She called me very, very damaging things, in an aggressive manner and you supported that, and that was another betrayal. That's not protecting your partner, Bronte."
"I'd choose my family over you, any day!" she responded. "You make me feel like I'm going crazy!"
As they continued with the task, Bronte told Harrison, "I have never, ever met anyone like you. I mean that in the worst way possible. I don't believe you were genuine from day one."
Harrison began interrupting her, with Bronte standing up and telling him, "I'm done with you, I'm done with this man. Harrison, we're done, we're over and I honestly never want to see you again."
She then left the dinner party and the experiment, meaning they never made it to final vows.
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