So, could this be the tiff that forces either Seb and Lizzie to write "leave" at the upcoming commitment ceremony? Nope, they're still together! In fact, the married duo was spotted getting house keys cut last week! While a series of photos prove it is definitely them, when asked about it last week, Elizabeth— who was married to Sam Ball on last season of MAFS— chose her words very carefully, worried she'd spoil the ending, just like all of her co-stars already have.
"Um, I don't know," Lizzie said on KIIS FM's The Kyle And Jackie O Show, addressing the comprising snaps. "Maybe there's a lot of clones out there... I'm being well behaved. I don't know, maybe there's a lot of lookalikes. I don't know."
When asked about her romance with the former stripper and whether they're still together, the MAFS intruder said: "I think you're going to have to watch to find out."
Since making her debut on this season of the drama driven series, Lizzie has worked hard to build relationships with her castmate. However, just like in real life, there's one person who isn't fond of the brunette— this year's most controversial bride, Hayley Vernon. The bodybuilder recently slammed Lizzie, claiming her relationship with Seb is disingenuous, adding she remains sceptical of their intentions.
"I'd like to say that I'm optimistic, but I haven't got any feels for them. I think it's very misconstrued... It's not kosher to me. I don't vibe what's going on there. Not to be a judgmental b***h, but I just think it's a little bit put on," the bodybuilder told the paparazzi during a night out in Sydney last month.
Honestly, this shouldn't come as a surprise considering rumours have long been swirling the pair have beef, with an explosive altercation predicted to take place at an upcoming reunion.
As we know, Lizzie's co-stars Mishel Karen and Steve Burley both agree she joined the show in an attempt to boost her notoriety.
"Who is in it for fame? There's quite a few," Mishel said, eager to spill some much-needed tea. "Hayley, Cathy, Stacey..."
"Sebastian?" Steve asked his wife, who quickly nodded. "He always said he wanted to be an actor or something like that."
"She's fake," Mishel said of Lizzie. "She was in it for fame. Like, no one would ever endure this twice. If you had sanity, would you go through the whole experiment as we went through again?" she asked Steve. "She wants to be Insta famous, she wants an extra 150 not 150, 000 followers."