To make matters worse, during their appearance on Nova's Fitzy and Wippa this morning the couple was quizzed on how well they know each other, with both being unable to answer simple questions you'd definitely remember if you were still together.
"What footy team does Seb play for?" Fitzy asked as Lizzie went completely silent.
To make matters worse, when Wippa asked what Lizzie's favourite meal was, he was also unable to provide an answer.
"Not together," Wippa said. "This was filmed a long time ago, if they were still together she would know”
We were introduced to Seb on Monday night's evening of MAFS when he promised to love his TV wife Elizabeth— who was infamously cheated on by her MAFS ex-husband Sam Ball— unconditionally. While their chemistry was undeniable and their connection was obvious from the get-go, most viewers were focused on Lizzie's new toned-down look!
"Liz, you look stunning! I did not recognise her," one person wrote on Twitter. "She looks fantastic so natural."
Another said: "Lizzie looks AMAZING with less makeup. So much natural beauty! She looks great, loving the glow up."
Someone else added: "Wow! I can't believe how different (in a good way) Lizzie looks now. Talk about pretty and then some."
Viewers fell even more in love with Lizzie when she opened up about why she decided to try her hand at love on our screens again, admitting she's more mature and confident than ever.
"It’s weird. People tend to see me as a really big personality, I’m actually quite soft and gentle," she told viewers, who will remember her loud bridal look and exaggerated facial expressions from last season.
"I’m getting emotional now," the shop assistant said with tears in her eyes, implying that last season, producers drove her personality. "They want me to be this huge character and it’s like, I just wanna be me and I just want someone to be there for me. I was rejected so publicly. Rejection is tough for anyone but to have it played out in front of the whole of Australia is tough and it just left me questioning everything about myself. Now I find it so hard to trust men. That’s just the reality of it."
The experts, along with the rest of Australia, commended Lizzie for continuing to believe in love and the experiment.
"It’s very brave what you’re doing," John Aikentold her prior to walking down the aisle. "What we loved about you last time is that you were in it 100 per cent, you wanted to try and find love."
"That's what I want," she replied. "You know, it’s a risk I’m taking that the same thing could happen again. But, as many times as you get knocked back, you get back on your feet and you go again."