Josh 'FRIENDZONES' Cathy leaving the success rate of MAFS in jeopardy
'I don’t want to give you a ultimatum… but I don’t want to waste someone’s time… '
Say it isn't so!
Sunday night's commitment ceremony lacked just that, commitment, from Josh Pihlak.
The lovable tradie from Newcastle gave his wife, Cathy Evans a blindside and an ultimatum, leaving the YouTuber and Australia devastated.
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Josh told Cathy in front of Married At First Sight's experts, 'I’m worried that we’re gonna be just friends next week… Of course I wanna fall in love and walk away from this in love. But how I feel right now, I have doubt.'
Minutes prior, we saw Cathy and Josh looking happier than ever, after a sexy dinner date.
'It’s funny because I actually walked into this commitment ceremony quite confident and light,' she explained. 'We had a really good week. It just feels a bit weird.'
But she wasn't giving up on her man. 'I am hopeful.'
'I don’t try to think too far into the future because I think there’s too much pressure to feel something in a certain amount of time… now there’s an ultimatum for next week,' she said, with tears in her eyes.
Josh looked heartbroken, after being the life of MAFS this week. 'I came here for love,' he began. 'At the start it was unreal and now where we are, it’s sad.'
Just like the rest of us, Cathy is still shocked. 'I just feel a bit blindsided. I really do hope that romance can grow again.'
It was now time to show her card. 'I wrote "stay".'
'This week’s been a positive for me, but at this stage it feels like friends. John said. 'I have my doubts, but I’m hopeful. I wrote "stay".'