MAFS star Lauren hints she’s no longer with her ‘TV husband’ as she makes brutal sledge about ‘boring’ groom Jonathan: ‘He should have gone on The Price Is Right’
Married At First Sight star Lauren Dunn has brutally slammed her husband Jonathan McCullough’s appearance on the dating show.
The 32-year-old PR maven joked on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O show on Tuesday, her groom signed up for the wrong program and would have been better suited for game show The Price Is Right.
‘He is a genuinely nice person and that’s nothing like me. On paper, the experts got it right but there is something on paper you can’t put into words,’ she said.
‘He is a gentleman but when we woke up the day after the wedding, the reality really hit. I just felt our personalities were different.’
Married At First Sight bride Lauren Dunn has brutally slammed her ‘husband’ Jonathan McCullough’s appearance on the dating show
‘I don’t like drama, I probably went on the wrong show,’ he said.
Lauren added: ‘I told Jono he should have gone on The Price is Right.’
‘We actually get on really well. Last night at the dinner party we sat on the side and b**ched about everyone.’
Lauren and Jonathan tied the knot during Sunday night’s episode of MAFS.
The bride set a new standard for wedding day drama, leaving her groom and a venue full of guests waiting for hours.
From the outset, it was clear it was going to be no ordinary wedding.
Lauren overslept on her big day and then made a last-minute decision to apply fake tan.
The 32-year-old PR maven joked on KIIS FM’s The Kyle and Jackie O show, her groom signed up for the wrong show and would have been better suited for The Price Is Right
‘I hope I’m not getting married in church,’ she quipped in preparation.
‘I feel like if I walked into a church, I would burst into flames,’ she continued.
Gold Coast-based Jonathan, 39, couldn’t have been more different.
On time, patient, and probably mentally running through his health and exercise regimen, he awaited Lauren’s arrival.
Little did he know, the universe had conspired to test his patience on what should have been the most straightforward day of his life.
Lauren and Jonathan tied the knot during Sunday night’s episode of MAFS
Lauren’s journey to the altar was nothing short of a slapstick comedy.
First, her limousine found itself trapped in the driveway of her accommodation, a predicament straight out of a sitcom.
Then, in a move that redefines ‘flower girl’, Lauren stopped by the roadside to gather wildflowers and weeds as a makeshift bouquet.
Once she arrived at the wedding, she forgot her flowers in the car and was forced to run back and pick them up.
The bride set a new standard for wedding day drama, leaving her groom and a venue full of guests waiting for hours