"I thought maybe there was something wrong with me in so many ways," she continued. "I then found you."
"You have helped me heal, for that I thank you."
"I hope that I've taught you to feel all the feels, and that you can one day say the L-word," Ning said through her tears.
"We are more than just friends, there's no doubt about it. I came here to heal and to find love – you have helped me heal in so many ways, but as for love I'm unsure."
"But, I'm going to stop over-analysing our relationship and follow my heart instead of my head. We have had more challenges than wins, but still you stand by me and that is what I want in a man," Ning said. "You have not abandoned my in this experiment or marriage, which is why I have chosen not to abandon you."
"I'm saying yes to you, and yes to us."
A smiling Mark went next.
"It was never love at first sight with us, and the first few weeks were turbulent at best," he began. "When things between us blossomed and feelings started to develop, you really showed me that being in a good relationship is far better than being single."
"You and I have shared so many unbelievable moments and sharing them with you has made the last two months absolutely incredible," Mark said. "Ning, I came on here to find love, but I haven't found it with you."
"Even though my feelings for you are strong, I don't see these feelings being strong enough to survive after this experiment ends. And they aren't strong enough to ask you to move your entire life and your three children to another city for me."
He continued, "In you I have found an awesome person that I respect, admire, adore..."
Then Ning cut him off.
"Just stop," she said, shaking her head. "This is bullshit."
"You had the choice to leave last week, so I just don't get why we're here," Ning said.
Trying to explain himself, Mark said, "I really like you, I really do. I just wasn't getting enough confidence from you. You wanted to leave last week. This decision has been one of the hardest decisions I've ever had to make."
But Ning wasn't buying it.
"You should've let me go at week three, I'm sure someone else would've been able to heal me," she said brutally.
"You're selfish because you kept me here for another week just so you could f--king humiliate me," Ning raged, as she walked off.
"I'm done Mark."
Mark then told producers, "It's caught me a bit off guard. I didn't think she was going to stay. A week ago she wanted to leave."