Jessika Power also got involved in the pubic scandal this morning, taking Elizabeth side amidst their hugely public fight. Weighing in on the drama, Jess slammed Cyrell, claiming she "threw Lizzie under the bus" after she stayed loyal to Cyrell during the period in which she was faking her relationship with Eden Dally for publicity.
"Lizzie stuck up for you and she tried to have your back when you did this whole publicity stunt with Eden. Lizzie was your friend and she didn't want you to get hurt. She was looking out for you when you asked her to," the controversial MAFS star said, addressing Cyrell.
"Eden did the same thing to me when I said you guys were fake you went and threw me under the bus. You two are so made for each other, a match made in hell. I feel really sorry for you, Lizzie and I'm sorry she had to have such a fake horrible friend in her life."
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The brutal feud between Elizabeth and Cyrell reached boiling point last night when Cyrell dished all the dirt on why their friendship ended so abruptly. Essentially, a bitter fight over a $3000 nightclub appearance in Darwin spelled the end of their once strong relationship.
Speaking on an Instagram live chat, Cyrell said herself and MAFS co-stars Elizabeth, Dan Webb and Billy Vincent had all booked a club appearance together in the NT capital, however, after Cyrell accepted a gig with a competing nightclub, the group booking was supposedly cancelled, which saw her pals lose their appearance fees.
Ignoring the fact her "friends" lost thousands of dollars on the sourced deal, Cyrell went in on Elizabeth revealing she couldn't cope with her jealousy and "toxic" energy.
"She wasn't happy with me getting all the club appearance gigs and that's why the jealousy started. It's just really pathetic and immature," the fiery MAFS star claimed.
She went on to call Elizabeth a "hypocrite" claiming the blonde bombshell had "lost her" when she "put money and club appearances over their friendship".
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"She does tend to say she loves to empower other women but if you're about empowering other women, why couldn't you be happy for your friend's success during that time rather than making your friend feel bad over a club appearance?"
Things took a turn for the worse Elizabeth hit back on social media, randomly claiming Cyrell's questionable relationship with Love Island star Eden is one huge "publicity stunt".
Sitting on her bed, Elizabeth revealed in her own Instagram clip that "The first conversation I had with Eden was to make sure he was going to treat her [Cyrell] right. It was all a publicity stunt at first and I didn't want him taking her completely for granted. I wanted him to be good by her if they were going to do this publicity thing."
As expected, Cyrell rejected her claims slamming Elizabeth for being a "fake" friend. And then, un the end of her explosive video, Eden— who Cyrell has been dating since March— put his two cents in.
"Don't ever go round calling me a publicity stunt, you're the biggest fake artist here," Cyrell said of her former friend. "One of the best things that has happened to me is getting rid of a b*tch like you."
"She didn't like me, but I don't like her either," said Cyrell's boyfriend Eden Daly at the end of the clip.
So there you have it, folks, this fight is one huge mess