"I know from a source that there is going to be more cheating going on and it's disappointing. I really thought that after last season, they were going to focus on finding love and finding people who could be a genuine match for each other."
"But I guess that doesn't bring in the dollars."
“Look, I’m going to vouch for it that the girl code was broken, definitely,” she said. “And that’s where drama followed, obviously."
Then, in another interview with Nova 9.69's Fitzy, Whippa and Sarah McGilvra later that day, she and her on-screen husband Josh Pihlak dished on the drama, admitting we can expect far worse than Cyrell throwing a glass of red wine on her arch-nemesis, Martha Kalifatidis.
"It's a circus," logistics investigator Sarah said before adding that the feuds during this season are far worse than what we've seen to date.
"There was a glass of red wine thrown over someone in the last series. Can that be topped?" Fitzy asked. "Yep," Josh and Cathy said simultaneously.
The couple's comments are a far cry from what Nine Network producers have been claiming, with Programming Director, Hamish Turner, revealing during a recent interview that this season will be no nowhere near as scandalous as the last. In fact, he said it's going to be "a delicate balance" between love and drama.
"There will be drama, there is no doubt and we're not afraid of that. But the beginning of the show is definitely people looking for love and that should absolutely be the driving force behind it," he said.