"I’m going to be interviewing them all and trying to get juice… and maybe see if I can break-up Charlotte and Ryan. It’s one of my goals,” the controversial columnist said.
“It has to be a bit of a slow burn and I have to decide what’s the better approach: to tell each of them directly as a viewer this is what I’ve seen, or is it better to plant the seeds in the ears of other campmates knowing they’ll tell Charlotte and Ryan?”
"You know, a lot of people out there are thinking the romance with Ryan is fake,” he said, “and it’s not a good look!”
In spite of this, Dilruk Jayasinha— who was the first campmate evicted from the jungle— is adamant the Married At First Sight star's relationship with the Geordie Shore alum is the real deal.
"I have front row seats to that romantic novel, my bed was in between theirs for the first 10 days or so," the comedian told News.com.au.
"I find it so soppy and too mushy for me. I wanted more drama but it was all happy families."
Last week, during a heart to heart with Paul Cosentino, Charlotte said she's torn between giving her romance with Ryan another shot or sticking to her guns and remaining single.
"It is hard [to ease off] because, like, obviously we fancy each other, but [Ryan] didn't expect anything else from what it is in here," she said through tears. "He said, "We have got completely different lives, how would it even work?" It's really confusing."
Paul cleverly suggested the quirky Brit should wait until after the series wraps to see if her feelings for Ryan are still as strong, however, she quickly rejected the idea.
"When you're around all these people, you're just stuck with them because you feel like you can't stop it and it's so hard. Because the thing is, I like him and I fancy him.
"I have a great time with him. We have so many laughs [and] I think he is so fit. He is everything I would want in a boyfriend. But right now, I don't want another boyfriend."
"I feel awful about it," she continued, wiping away tears."