Mary then said sorry to Helena, who starred on her season, and Glenn from Angie Kent's season of The Bachelorette.
"Another apology to my darlings Helena and Glenn, I'm sorry guys. I mean it was intense, Paradise was intense, my apologies I love you all," she remarked.
Mary then apologised for what she said about Abbie, adding that it was nothing personal against her.
"I'm going to hear the people's voice and I'm sorry Abbie if I was nasty to you. I don't hate you - we are different, we are all different people so hope you're doing well and hope you forgive me. It's all love and peace," she explained.
The season seven fan favourite went on to say: "Hope you forgive me, hope you're doing well. It's not personal, I think I just run my mouth when I'm on the show. I get too excited and I have no filter so I hope you're doing good and just wanted to reach a hand if you ever need someone to talk to if you're having a tough day, I'm happy to be here."
"I'm a mum and I love doing that for people, being there and listening, giving them some nice advice if they want so love you all, love you Abbie," Mary finished.
Both Helena and Abbie accepted their apologies from Mary with Helena re-posting Mary's apology and captioning it: "Haha still love you boo boo kittay."
Abbie re-posted her apology from Mary also adding: "I hope no one is messaging anyone from tonight being mean."
In a chat with New Idea ahead of the premiere, Abbie mentioned that she felt uneasy about how she was going to be portrayed on the show.
“I think when you’re on TV, you’re a one-dimensional character. And my character was overtly sexual and confident, and to a lot of people that equals b--ch,” Abbie told the publication.
“But I already am worried about how the edits are going to go.”