During the video of Jess and Dan reacting to Thursday night's episode of MAFS, the former couple— who infamously broke up on national television— wasted no time shading returning bride Lizzie, claiming she applied for the series in an attempt to gain more notoriety.
"When I found out she was going back on the show last year, I said 'you have to be desperate to go back on.' I mean, come on," Jess said.
Dan added: "I don't know. She's made a massive transformation so I don't know if she finds it hard meeting someone. I know you and me and a lot of other people know it's not that hard to meet someone. Do you need to go on national television to meet someone? Yeah, probably not."
While it seems as though she's still dating her TV husband Seb Guilhaus, their co-star Mishel Karen is equally as convinced Lizzie returned for all the wrong reasons.
"She's fake," Mishel told WHO during our exclusive photoshoot. "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 her TV husband, Steve Burley. "She wants to be Insta famous, she wants an extra 150 not 150, 000 followers."
To the bride's displeasure, Steve defended Lizzie, admitting she hardly had a chance to find love in last season thanks to husband Dan Webb ditching her just days after they tied the knot.
"Last year, she was only here for five minutes. We did the whole experiment so it can suck the life out of you. But she only did it for a short time and this time."
The Brisbane based school teacher also claimed Lizzie received the royal treatment while the rest of this year's MAFS cast suffered.
"She didn't do it like us. She did it in first-class while we did it in third class... No, the luggage area of the plane."