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There’s some money for hen-do and stag-dos, but it was mainly out of my pocket. It definitely caused some friction with some of the family members!

I think they put money towards travel or something. Lots of people think, ‘No one would do that for free’, but actually I spent quite a lot of money on the process.""There are six options of lots of different things – type of food, music, style and theme of wedding. The whole day for me was a bit of a blur, it happened quickly but not memorably. The day started at 9am with my groomsmen getting ready, it didn’t sink in until the taxi on the way there.

When I sat down with the production crew and explained to them why I was making my decision, they understood." "During the series, there's an episode where I was in a pub with my best friend, and before filming started I just lost my shit and reeled through everything [that had gone wrong in the relationship], and the camera man was like, ‘You need to say this on camera’, and I was like, ‘There’s no way in hell I’m saying all of this on camera.

I had no interest in it, though, because once I watched the programme I knew for a fact I wouldn’t get on with these people and they wouldn’t be my friends – that’s not horrible to them, we’re just very different people.""But there’s no financial gain from going on the show.

There’s budget for things – her wedding dress, a small budget for the suits. From what I understand, Melissa got what she wanted for the wedding – but I believe the wedding day is about the woman anyway, so it was fine.""You also have a guest limit – I was only allowed to invite 20 people.

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the Channel 4 show which aims to match people on their scientific compatibility, is the nation's current obsession.

Clark met - and married - Melissa for the first time, surrounded by family and friends (and a camera crew! Although the general public were rooting for their relationship, Clarissa didn't get their happily ever after.We spoke about it, I genuinely believe that’s the case." A show spokesperson says this is not the case."I think you were meant to live in London to be part of the process, but Melissa didn’t say she was moving back to Milton Keynes in her application.I didn’t feel like it was worthwhile, it was rubbish.It didn’t have any positive impact on the marriage – if anything it made me resent the situation more."As per the above statement, a show spokesperson insists all applicants are given comprehensive support throughout the process and afterwards. I went in to sign a couple of papers in June 2017, and then I had to sign some more in September, and then the divorce went through on November 13th 2017.You go on honeymoon, you move back to the apartment they rent for you.

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