'You're trying to matchmake people, so in good faith of that, start doing deeper research around people that are potentially more compatible.
'Understand that people's cultural backgrounds really do make or break the ability of them being able to get along.'
Amanda and Tash had a famously fiery relationship during their short-lived time on the show.
'It's all fine and well to match complete opposites, but if you want people to stay in the show longer, there's no point matching people that are completely opposite,' the 34-year-old continued.
'Mine and Tash's match was a fine example of that. It's entertaining to a point, but it's also very frustrating for a lot of people.'
Amanda also revealed that fans had reached out to her privately to express their sadness over the fact that she had failed to find love on the Nine social experiment.
'I have had thousands of DMs of people telling me how heartbroken they were to see me so upset that I was sold short, that I was basically ripped off,'
'We put our lives on hold for this show, for what? For what? For everyone's entertainment?' she continued.
'Seeing people break down on national television and relationships break down at the drop of a hat is not entertaining, it's disappointing.'
Since filming wrapped, Amanda’s ex, Tash has gone on to flaunt her relationship with new girlfriend Madison Hewitt. In fact, last month the pair hinted that they’ve already tied the knot.