Married At First Sight Australia season 6: where are the couples now and are they still together?

Find out what happened to Sam, Ines, Cyrell and Nick

Tuesday, 9th February 2021, 12:33 pm
Cam and Jules have had a child since the process ended (Channel 4)
Cam and Jules have had a child since the process ended (Channel 4)

Channel 4’s Married At First Sight is as ludicrous as it is enjoyable.

The show takes a group of strangers unlucky in love and uses “science” to match them with an ideal partner before the pair are married “at first sight”.

Remarkably the most recent series has yielded results (of sorts) with two couples from the experiment still together, and one couple expecting a child.

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You’ve binged, you’ve cringed and now you need to find out if any of the couples from season six of Married At First Sight Australia stuck together.

Which couples are still together?

Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson hit it off straight away and delighted viewers in the season finale when they opted to tie the knot in real life.

The pair are now parents after having their first child in October 2020.

Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli have also stuck it out. The pair finalised their vows in the season 6 finale and are still together two years after the show was filmed.

Martha recently admitted: "We're more surprised than the rest of you guys to be honest!"

What about the other couples?

Jessika Power and Mick Gould both split early in the process, with Power starting a relationship with fellow contestant Dan Webb. Webb and Power have since broken up due to accusations of cheating.

Gould meanwhile has been linked with Webb’s process partner Tamara Joy.

Mike Gunner and Heidi Latcham’s relationship was short-lived despite the pair deciding to go ahead with the final vows. Gunner revealed "right after the final vows, Heidi and I went back to the Gold Coast together but it didn't take long and the wheels started coming off.”

Lauren Huntriss and Matthew Bennett split during the process, though not before Bennett revealed that he lost his virginity to Huntriss on their honeymoon. Bennett is now in a relationship with a friend while Huntriss has been linked to contestant Mick Gould.

Sam Ball and Elizabeth Sobinoff split during the process after Sam declared an interest in contestant Ines Basic. Elizabeth went on to star in the seventh season of the show.

Basic split from her partner Bronson Norrish a few weeks into the show, and rejected Bronson’s request to try the relationship outside the process.

Susie Bradley and Billy Vincent split during the show after the latter was accused of lying. Bradley is now in a relationship with rugby player Todd Carney.

Mark Scrivens shocked viewers when he opted not to finalise his vows with Ning Surasiang. The pair are reportedly friends but not pursuing a relationship together.

Explosive couple Cyrell Jimenez and Nic Jovanovic split during the process. Cyrell is now in a relationship with Love Island Australia contestant Eden Dally and the pair are raising a child together. Cyrell appears to be single.

Melissa Lucarelli and Dino Hira didn’t hit it off with each other in the show and both appear to still be single.