“There was an almost couple swap between KC and Jonny that never came to air,” Connie told Hit 96.9 Goulburn Valley hosts Josiah and Herbie. “There was a little something going on there, I don’t know the full extent of it though.”
“This guy (Jonny) had written leave three times. I don’t really feel like I was in a position to be upset or jealous. I was just like, ‘Yeah, cool’,” she added.
Fellow bride Natasha Spencer also echoed a similar sentiment last week when she revealed MAFS showrunners tried extremely hard to push the pair together.
“KC and Jonny went on a date,” she revealed to the Daily Mail Australia. “They got partnered together and sent on a high-class date.”
In spite of what's gone on behind the scenes, let's go back to where it all began, and remember what they promised each other before tying the knot.
"In life there are few promises. In love it seems there are even fewer. As we embark on this experiment together, these are the things I will promise you.
"I promise I will always give you honesty and show you respect. I promise that I will be open to you and show you not only my strengths but also my vulnerabilities.
"I will be compassionate, and always consider your feelings. This is a journey my heart is wholly invested in. So sign your life away, and your stuck with me now. Sign, sealed, delivered, I'm yours."
"I wish I could stand here and say all the amazing qualities about you, but I don't know them yet. I'm sure there are so many, and I'm excited to learn and experience them all.
"I want to start this marriage with reassurance that I got you. So I promise to always be honest and someone you can lean on. I'm not a perfect person but I strive to always be the best person I can be. I'm kind and caring and someone that loves to give. I'll keep you on your toes and always entertained.
"I'll finish by saying, some moments last a lifetime, and today potentially meeting my forever person and being surrounded by all my loved ones is something I'll remember for the rest of my life. So lets start this journey with an open heart and I truly do believe that the best is yet to come."