Melissa also remarked that there was "absolutely no way" she could have gone to that Dinner Party.
"I would have packed up my bags and gone home if they said I had to go to that. There was no way I was putting myself in that situation," she confessed.
The TV bride added that she'd been "so dedicated" to the experiment and that she "probably kept Bryce there longer than he wanted to be."
"It was that point I went, 'I'm done with this too, I'm done with the experiment.' I would've rather at that point that we both walk away together and made it work ourselves. That's probably my regret, that we didn't walk away from the experiment on that day."
On Sunday night's episode, Melissa questioned Bryce about the mystery woman whom he explained was "a friend of a friend" as well as the Tinder girl he dated prior to appearing on the show.
The controversial TV groom then made the bold statement that he'd be leaving the experiment but Melissa convinced him to stay for the final day.
"I don't want to leave and be that couple that looks like they're trying to hide something," she admitted.
Melissa also shared a heartfelt confession on Instagram, writing:"Watching him break down and be totally vulnerable was so heartbreaking yet showed a completely different side to Bryce that I’ve never seen."
It seems like Melissa is still standing by her man and that the couple are still going strong in Melbourne.
31-year-old Melissa also shut down any buzz that Bryce was messaging another girl during her time on the show at Fitzy and Wippa's MAFS Dinner Party.
“I didn’t believe that, there’s a lot of controversy around that conversation, Bryce was very honest with me from the beginning and I was very understanding about his past,” she said.
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