After watching the June 9 season finale of ‘Married At First Sight,’ it became clear that Davina Kullar and Sean Varricchio were not meant for each other. But despite their divorce, they hoped to remain friends. Unfortunately, ‘some really negative comments’ changed everything.
Davina Kullar, 34, and Sean Varricchio, 35, were the only ones who ended their six-week marriage at the end of Married At First Sight‘s second season, but on the season finale, they said they didn’t regret going through the social experiment. Well, that’s a relief. Unfortunately, they failed to maintain a friendship, and now they’re engaging in a he said, she said battle of the sexes.
“At decision day, we had a friendship going into that and he really blindsided me with some really negative comments,” Davina told the New York Post. “It makes it difficult to have a friendship because a friendship is based on trust, based on components of character, and those were unfortunately laid to the side.”
“I don’t think the real Sean, the genuine Sean ever really showed up. I can’t say that I really know who I was married to,” Davina added. “I didn’t have a connection at all with him.”
“I was constantly walking on eggshells, where it definitely became difficult to see how we could grow a relationship,” Sean said, while adding that they haven’t spoken since the show wrapped. “I’m willing to compromise on so many things as long as someone’s willing to compromise a little bit with me and I didn’t feel that at times.”
On a positive note, both Davina and Sean said they’re hoping to marry again in the future. “I think I’ll give it the regular vetting process this time around, though,” Davina said.
In case you’re unaware, the reality TV series, which airs on FYI Network, documents the lives of three couples who meet on their wedding day. After six weeks of marriage, they must decide whether to stay together or get a divorce.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland