MAFS' Cam reveals his brutal final vows to Lyndall: 'Dirty laundry'
The Married At First Sight star revealed all.
MAFS' Cam Woods was brutally dumped on Monday night by 'wife' Lyndall Grace after she read her final vows and told him she didn't even want to hear what he had written for her.
“I won’t spend another moment of that life restricted — not by my condition, not by my body, not by fear and certainly not by you. So, to put it plainly, stay in your lane, and I’ll stay in mine. I wanna build a life I’m proud of, and that life does not include you,” Lyndall told him during her vows, with the groom responding, "Well said."
However, the bride continued, stopping Cam as he began to get his own vows to read, "I just feel like no matter what you say today it's only going to disappoint me again and I think I'm just done."
The groom surprised fans by throwing his vows to the ground and walking away, telling producers to get him to a car, leaving fans slamming his attitude and calling him a "spoilt child".
Viewers have been left wondering what Cam's vows would have said, with the groom calling into KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O Show on Tuesday morning to share them.
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"I'm all out of love, and I'm so lost without her at the moment," Cam said sarcastically as he was welcomed to the show, describing the final vows as a "s**t show".
When asked if he regretted going on the show, he said, "I wouldn't say I regret it, no, it was one of those things where if you don't ask the question, you don't get the answer."
The hosts then asked him to read his vows for the listeners, with the groom sharing that he would have started by thanking Lyndall for being by his side on the experiment.
"I want to start with thanking you for going on this roller coaster ride with me," Cam said. "From the moment I laid eyes on you, there was an instant connection. You had the warmest smile on your face walking down the aisle and I quickly learned that you love life just as much as I do. I felt that instant spark from day one and I was very intrigued to find out more, did the experts get it right?"
He described the wedding as "unreal", adding that he loves that they share "common interests". Cam also shared that he thought Lyndall was an "incredible singer" and that he admires her "enthusiasm for life" and the way she loves the people closest to her.
"The more I learn about you, the more I respect you," he said. "You're kind, empathetic and have a very genuine heart, you always bring a positive vibe to any room."
Cam shared that it was a struggle for him to be in a big city and not in Darwin and the outback, where he belongs, but added that Lyndall made Sydney feel like the closest thing to home as possible.
However, he then began speaking about his "concerns about the future", saying, "We live in different states, we live completely different lifestyles and being together would mean one of us would have to change our life completely."
He continued, "Another major concern is the way we handle our conflict, you can say I can't sit down and talk through tough times, but you never asked a question because you're too scared of the answer."
"Communication has been an issue for us at multiple times in the experiment, such as dinner parties, commitment ceremonies and home stays. I feel like you like to air our dirty laundry in a public environment, which really pushes my buttons."
Cam finished by saying, "Throughout this experiment, you have needed more affection, reassurance and emotion from me. I've taken the time to reflect on why I haven't been able to give you these things, I think these things flow naturally when you're falling love, which I'm not."
"I made a promise in my vows to be open and honest, I'd be lying to myself if I stood here today and told you that I could see this relationship working beyond today. Lyndall, I truly appreciate what you have taught me about myself. What I have learned throughout this experiment is now I know what I want in a life partner."
When pushed by the hosts about what came after that, he added, "Me walking off."
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Jackie described his vows as "honest", saying she didn't think they were "brutal", to which he responded, "I think I outlined a lot of good in Lyndall in that, I didn't go in there to crucify her."
When asked if they are still friends, Cam said he and Lyndall haven't really kept in touch, with Kyle pushing the reality star about his relationship with Tayla Winter after it was revealed he FaceTimed her and showed her his privates, with Cam describing it as his "signature move" that "gets me in a bit of trouble".
Cam revealed that the call occurred between the final vows and before they filmed the reunion in December, but added that while he got along well with Tayla, he thinks "something might have happened" between Lyndall and Tayla's 'husband' Hugo Armstrong.
He added that Josh White did fly to see Lyndall in Perth, however, when he got there, he found out that "Lyndall had a partner back in Sydney", hinting it was Hugo, who is based in the Harbour City.
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