Over to Mikey, and he's equally positive, but there is something in his voice that tells us he's still got a chip on his shoulder about that night that lasted '10 seconds.'
'Look I’m really happy at where we’re at. We’re probably the closest we’ve been in terms of seeing eye-to-eye, getting on and being amicable and friendly.'
He added, 'I feel I really only got to know Natasha the last week or so. She broke down her walls and showed me a side of herself that was really nice. That Natasha is definitely someone I could fall in love with.'
But the business manager admitted, 'Mine and Natasha’s relationship at the moment is kind of like a two edge sword.'
At the commitment ceremony, Natasha and Mikey said they were in the best place they've been in the experiment - over.
Sugar-coating their divorce, Mikey said, 'What we have is a question, is it more than a friendship, is it an actual relationship?
'I think we’re in a position where we’re actually good. Do I want to risk that by going back to a place where we’ve already been and tried and it was hard? Or do we be adults about it and not waste each other’s time?
'If we’re getting on the best as friends, why would you change that dynamic?'
After Mikey declared he would 'leave' the experiment, Natasha told the group she was on the same page.
'When I got a 28-year-old North Shore boy I thought "oh god I’ll have to baby sit for the experiment," but you have taught me so much about myself, which was such a pleasant surprise. Mikey is what I needed to get this point in the experiment.'
'Just quickly,' Mikey chimned in, 'I just want to say honestly, I wish you nothing but the best.
'I really hope you find that person that’s going to be there and I’m sure you will. You deserve the world and you will get it.'
Natasha smiled, 'Mikey said some really beautiful things and it reinforced that I’m leaving with a great friend. Mikey’s a great person and I’m very fortunate to have had him.'