Eagled-eyed MAFS viewers 'work out' when controversial groom QUITS show after spotting clue | The Sun

MARRIED At First Sight viewers think they have worked out that groom Brad Skelly quits the process.

Brad married stranger Shona Manderson on the show but the couple have failed to really hit it off.

And this week, Brad was accused of bullying his new wife, and being ‘controlling’.

Now, fans of the show have dug a little deeper and are convinced Brad actually left the show early because he appeared to only be off social media for a month, while others were much longer.

An eagle-eyed viewer wrote: “Obvious from your socials you left early, you were supposed to be busy for 10 weeks and a month later you’d left the programme.”

This week fans hit out at Brad after he told Shona to "shut up" and got frustrated when she was upset that the other couples didn't think they were genuine.

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Brad snapped at Shona during the dinner party, telling her she needed "external validation", before telling her to stop talking.

"You need to let it go," he snapped, not allowing her to speak.

When Shona then attempted to add to the conversation, Brad barked: "Shut up! Shut up!"

 His tone sparked a shocked reaction from the experts who were watching in a neighbouring room.

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"Ooooh, wow," said a stunned Mel Schilling.

As the show aired, Brad took to social media and claimed the edit did not show the full story.

He shared a picture of himself in bed covering his face, with the caption: "That edit was difficult to watch."

The model also added: "Always remember you are only seeing snippets for drama. Try not to have an emotional resilience to a person you have never sat down and had a conversation with physically."

Shona, on the other hand, did not blame the edit, instead thanking fans for supporting her.

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