While she's still reeling producers decided to cut the scene altogether, the Melbourne based personal trainer said she was completely blindsided by her ex-wife's awful jab— which says a lot considering Amanda once called her a "disgusting try hard mole".
"We had been speaking and texting the day before amicably so when I found that out, I was furious," she continued. "That is why I ignored her at the reunion dinner party. I didn't want anything to do with her.
"When we got up on the couch, the experts were like, 'So, why is there tension between you?' And I said, 'Well because she said this...'" Tash said, explaining why we weren't shown footage of the former couple going head to head in front of the experts.
It's no secret Tash— who has since found love with Madison Hewitt— was disappointed she didn't score much air time, telling her followers the morning after the finale aired that she was "very overwhelmed".
"So I've cried all morning, I woke up really overwhelmed. Last night's episode was interesting to watch, obviously because our time on the couch was completely cut," she said in a video posted to her Instagram Story.
"Very weird move to have a first lesbian couple and then not let them have sort of a final say, but whatever. I guess ratings and drama."
Despite all attending the final commitment ceremony, MAFS producers were forced to go back to the drawing board when they realised the episode was lacklustre. So, instead of re-filming, they decided to cut the "boring" scenes and ditch airing more than one couples time on the couch.
"The producers wanted to end the season with a bang and some of the couples' segments were just dull and there was nothing left to say," an on-set spy told Daily Mail Australia.
"Their issues had already been resolved earlier in the season, so they wanted to focus on the bigger storylines."