Out of all the Married At First Sight couples left in this year’s experiment, Tahnee Cook and Ollie Skelton appeared to have the least amount of drama during their homestay in Sydney on Tuesday night.
The couple were shown moving into Tahnee’s hilariously ‘cosy’ apartment, strolling through Bondi Markets, and enjoying a picnic where they spoke about their future together after the show.
However, it appears there was a major moment that happened between them during filming that never made it to air.
Yahoo Lifestyle can reveal that the couple had an op-shopping date in Sydney which was crashed by controversial season five groom Nasser Sultan.
A source tells us: “Nasser saw them setting up to film in November and followed them around Bondi, asking producers if we could do a scene with Ollie and Tahnee.
“The crew said no and tried to get rid of him - but he crashed it anyway and introduced himself. Ollie and Tahnee totally blanked him and it was all super awkward.”
The awkward incident would’ve taken place a couple of weeks before Nasser was reportedly refused entry onto the ARIA Awards red carpet in November.
The former reality TV contestant, who has been accused of 'gate crashing' other high-profile events in the past, was also spotted at the Australian premiere of Babylon in January where he was completely snubbed by the film’s star Margot Robbie.
Tahnee and Ollie’s argument that never aired on TV
The unaired scene with Tahnee and Ollie comes after the season 10 bride revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle that they had an argument during filming that viewers never saw on TV.
Tahnee explained that while she wouldn’t call it a ‘fight’ because “that’s so dramatic”, they had a disagreement after Ollie attended the boys’ night where Harrison took another girl’s phone number.
“I wasn’t upset that he was with the boys, I’m happy for him to hang out with the boys, it was more that we’re not allowed to do that,” she detailed.
“I was upset that he went because it’s against the rules, and I am an avid rule follower so I was having anxiety about him being out and just not following the rules. I don’t want to be in trouble.
“I was just really frustrated because I didn’t want to be in the position, but that didn’t make it to air because obviously, it would’ve been confusing that I was upset about production.”
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