"I'm very strong, stern, to the point. I’m absolutely a control freak – and I think going into this process where I have no control will be interesting," she told producers.
"If something is not going how I would like it to go, it looks like me being a bit of a bulldog I think – harsh, insensitive, aggressive. It's not nice."
As for why she's on MAFS in the first place?
"I don’t need a person, I don’t need a partner. But I want a person," she revealed. "I struggle finding a partner because I am so independent."
The couple were matched up by the love experts, with Alessandra Rampolla claiming "both Jack and Tori are highly sexually driven individuals. Not everybody places sexuality so high up on their priorities list but for them its really important. I have high hopes of them gelling in that aspect."
Inside Jack Dunkley and Tori Adams' wedding day
Their wedding day was off to a good start as they both admitted to being attracted to one another when they met at the altar. As part of her vows, Tori mentioned being a control freak - but Jack didn't seem too worried.
"I don’t think so," he said, when producers asked if he thought Tori would be trouble. "I'm looking through those eyes, she seems sweet. I think she’ll challenge me a bit, but I reckon I’ll sort her out and we’ll have a good time."
Some other wonderful one-liners from his chat with the producers included "I definitely want to play that dominant role to Tori" and "it might be a bit of a power struggle but she’s going to be a good girl."
While Jack was busy assessing the scene at the reception for ways to be dominant, Tori's best friend and bridesmaid, Lea, was busy noticing what she described as a red flag: most of Jack's wedding guests appeared to be his clients from the gym.
"When it comes to Jack I have this weird feeling, an intuition that I have. The majority of his guests here are clients. You are a reflection of your friends and the company you keep," Lea told producers.
"Where were his high school friends? Where was his best friend? Is this a reflection of his inability to have long-term relationships? And that’s what clicked for me where I thought okay, what’s going on, who has my friend married?"
Lea then sat down with Tori, expressing her concerns.
"For me, I’m kind of like, why is everyone here a client of yours? Where are your long term relationships? Doesn’t have to be romantic, but where is that? Where you’re not getting financial benefit from them... I’m just saying," Lea told Tori.
"He might have [long term] friends, but why aren’t they here? For me, it’s giving... controlling the narrative. There is something about him, I can feel it in my f*****g bones," she told Tori. "Could be something like a misogynistic thing, you won’t know until it comes out."
Though Tori said she appreciated Lea's concerns, but the bride said she had none of her own.
"Lea’s got my back wholeheartedly and I feel supported, but Jack and I are similar, we get along, we like each other, there is that connection there. I'm a dominant person and I don’t take bullshit from anyone. I can handle my own. When it comes to Jack, I’ll handle it – I don’t see any issues at all," she told producers.
For what it's worth, Lea maintains she'll be right in the end.
"When it comes to Tori and relationships, I feel like I am 99% of the time... accurate with the outcome. You wait, you’re all going to say 'lea was right,'" she said.
Jack Dunkley reveals details about ex-girlfriend and relationship timeline
As the participants of the new season geared up for their very first dinner party, the drama ramped up as they discovered a gossip article claiming Jack was in a relationship prior to entering the experiment and left his partner to appear on the show.
“I turned my phone on in the morning and it was blowing up," Jack explains. "This girl’s just obviously made a deal of it - she wants her three seconds of fame... I don't know what she’s chasing. Basically, the nuts and bolts of it were that I entered into a very casual, respectful relationship early on in the year. It wasn’t serious, it was never long term for me and it’s a shame it’s gone like this.”
The article, however, disputes a few key details in the "casual" relationship, insisting the relationship was serious enough for the couple to meet each other's parents and that instead of revealing his MAFS-related plans, Jack told his then-partner he was planning to move to America for a short time.
By the time the first official dinner party rolled around, the rumours and discussions about Jack and his previous relationship were at an all-time high, but Jack is unbothered, telling Tim "it's very insignificant" before describing his ex as "crazy."
“Blame the woman and call her crazy, we’ve heard that before,” Mel Schilling who was watching the footage alongside the other MAFS experts chimed in.
As the meal drew to a close, Jayden took one for the team after admitting the environment was "boring" as people were playing it "safe," asking Jack directly to address the "elephant in the room."
“I’ve got a disgruntled ex basically,” Jack told everyone before his fellow MAFS participants questioned him about his relationship, lies and reasons for joining the show.
“It’s all out of context," he added. "It was a very casual but exclusive relationship...She fell a little bit harder for me and a little bit quicker."
"She’s thrown me under the bus," he claimed before drawing attention to her "colourful past" and inability to read the writing on the wall that their relationship was over.
But he confirms to the dinner party that he did try and end it "about six or seven weeks ago," long before he knew he was participating in the experiment - an excuse quickly disputed by the MAFS experts who revealed he was "well into the experiment process" by then.
While many of the contestants don't believe Jack's story - his partner, Tori does. “I’m absolutely happy,” she tells those around her. “I don’t trust easily but I think at some point there is an element of trusting… It’s fine honestly and does not need to be a conversation moving forward."
"I don’t care what he was doing before he was here," she later tells the cameras. "To be honest it’s no one else's business."
Lauren and Jack Clash
While Tori and Jack seem to be making progress in their relationship, a number of fellow contestants have not been tolerating the alpha male groom's jokes about his wife.
A tense dinner party saw Tori's close friend Lauren try to hold Jack accountable, labelling him "misogynistic" after her own husband Jonathan revealed Jack had told the other husbands they had permission to sleep with his wife during couple swap week.
However, Jack labelled the comments as a joke, arguing that Jonathan had "broken the bro code" and shifting the blame.
"She's absolutely right to hold Jack accountable," the experts added as they watched the events of the night unfold. "Jack's talking in circles now…dodging…trying to confuse everything."
But, despite many at the table agreeing that Jack's behaviour was unacceptable, he was adamant the joke didn't offend his wife.
Whilst the drama was momentarily derailed by Jack's misogynistic attack on Lauren, the end of the party saw Tori left wondering what was the truth.
"It was like a circus performance," she told the cameras. "My best friend and husband…I’m just really over it. I'm feeling exhausted."
"I don't know what to do…I don’t know who to believe."
While the latest drama may be between herself, Jack and Lauren - we can't wait to see what the experts have to say!
Married At First Sight Australia airs Monday to Wednesday, 7:30pm, and Sunday, 7pm, on 9 and 9Now.
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