She might play it cool for the cameras, but Married At First Sight Australia's Jules Robinson confesses the drama and rampant couple-swapping on MAFS has seen her break down crying behind the scenes.
"We're really invested in the other relationships, so it's disappointing when the behaviour is so poor," she explains, in an interview with Woman's Day.
"After the girls' night out on the Gold Coast, I burst into tears in front of Cam. I'd never been around such a bunch of aggressive women who scream and yell. It felt icky.
"It's something Cam and I have struggled with. We try to focus on our relationship, but it's hard not to get involved when you're surrounded by such ridiculous people being bitchy for no reason."
Cam adds, "We wish we could just have a lovely dinner party, but the drama always spills in and everyone has an opinion. That's where it all kicks off."
Jules singles out blonde beauty Jessika Power for hitting on other husbands, saying, "It was so blatant. It was disgraceful, the sexual manner, but nothing surprises me about her behaviour."
Meanwhile, despite "intruder" bride Susie Bradley drawing comparisons to series villain Ines Basic, Jules insists, "She's actually a really nice girl. The way she speaks to her husband can be belittling and emasculating, but she's like an articulate version of Ines. At least she can articulate what she's saying – Ines couldn't."
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