Married At First Sight viewers slam Collins’ ‘terrible acting’ and question how he made it through the show’s auditions: ‘He wouldn’t even get a job on Home & Away’
Married At First Sight viewers have taken to social media to roast groom Collins Christian’s ‘terrible acting’ on the series, even going so far as to question how he made it onto the show.
During Sunday night’s shock episode, the 28-year-old clashed with relationship expert John Aiken after his wife Natalie Parham said he wasn’t showing her affection.
Aiken, 53, asked him what he thought he should do to win back Natalie’s trust, prompting an annoyed Collins to snipe that he was the one asking for advice.
Viewers were divided over Collins’ snide response to what was supposed to be a serious conversation and took to social media to offer their thoughts.
‘Collins won’t even get a job on Home and Away with this acting,’ one fan joked.
Married At First Sight viewers have taken to social media to roast groom Collins Christian’s ‘terrible acting’ on the series. Pictured
During Sunday night’s shock episode, the 28-year-old clashed with relationship expert John Aiken after his wife Natalie Parham said he wasn’t showing her affection
‘Is Collins on MAFS going for a Razzie for the worst overacting of all time? He’s ready for a gig on Days of Our Lives at this rate,’ a second user added.
‘Serious question, how the hell did Collins make it through the auditions?’ a third person asked, with another writing: ‘I think Collins is trying to get in to NIDA’.
However, others supported Collins’ approach and commended him on his ability to put on a show.
‘Collins, best actor award for MAFS 2024,’ one supporter wrote and another added: ‘Someone call The Academy: Collins puts in his bid for an Oscar’.
During the suspenseful episode, Collins was questioned by John about his feelings towards Natalie when things got heated.
Natalie was explaining how she wanted to leave the experiment after Collins showed her no affection at the dinner party.
Viewers were divided over Collins’ snide response
‘My dad passed away two months ago and my anxiety and grief was starting to over take and I never thought at a dinner party, I would feel alone,’ she said.
Collins then admitted he could show Natalie more affection before adding: ‘It’s been prevalent that Nat’s grief has been a huge part of this experiment.’
‘Grief aside, to the best of her ability she has been present,’ John said.
Collins interrupted: ‘You just said grief aside… I’m sorry but if I’m being honest I don’t agree with you. You can’t just put grief aside, it’s a huge factor.’
‘No sorry, I came to you for advice… you tell me,’ a frustrated Collins said.
Natalie then broke down as she admitted she doesn’t trust Collins before eventually revealing her decision to leave but Collins voted to stay, forcing the pair to remain in the experiment.
Relationship expert John Aiken (pictured) asked Collins what he thought he should do to win back Natalie’s trust, prompting an annoyed Christian to snipe he was the one asking for advice