While they made no effort to hide their raunchy behaviour, the former MAFS contestant has since revealed that they are actually "just mates".
"She's a friend and gorgeous as! It was just a cheeky girl kiss," the aspiring influencer said.
"We pretended to be engaged so we could just enjoy the celebrations without boys trying to hit on us. That's where the kiss came from... it worked a treat."
The unexpected photos come a little over a month after Jess confirmed she'd split from her boyfriend Nick Furphy— who also rose to fame on the controversial dating series. Moments after announcing on social media that she pulled the plug, she deleted every trace of him from her Instagram account. Classic.
Since then, Jess has done little to keep her nose out of the drama! She even admitted she wanted to join Love Island Australia so she could have it out with her brother Rhyce's ex-girlfriend, Vanessa Sierra.
"She slagged me off on social media and when the promo for Love Island came out, I thought, 'oh no, that's why the social-climbing has been happening," she told KIIS FM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show earlier this month. "She said a lot of things about me so why not say it on air."
Days later, she found herself in a feud with none other than this year's blessed Bachelorette, Angie Kent. After Angie reportedly branded Jess as "super trash", she unleashed.
“She thinks she's better than us. She got her start by drinking on TV [Gogglebox] and now that she’s the Bachelorette, she wants to look down on people. Please, she’s dating 21 guys at once. She’s just a bogan and a hypocrite," she told Daily Telegraph's Confidential.