'All 12 couples face the experts for a final time to look back at their time in the experiment, with some explosive revelations,' the episode description reads.
The news comes just days after ex-groom, David Cannon broke his contract and sensationally spoiled the ending of the season by revealing which couples are still together.
And it looks like we're set to see Michael Goonan and Stacey Hampton's once-solid relationship fall apart in the near future.
"F**k no— by the end of the (final) dinner party, they're not together," David said on the latest episode of news.com.au's podcast Not Here To Make Friends, adding Stacey's affair with Mikey Pembroke spelled the end of their marriage.
He also addressed the status of Drew Bauer and KC Osborne's marriage, shockingly revealing their relationship wasn't able to stand the test of time, despite pledging to stay together at the final vows.
"I can tell you, they don't make it to the reunion, that's for sure. No f**ks given ay, I don't even care about ruining the show," said the truck driver, who was involved in a number of feuds during his short stint on the show.
Thankfully, it's not all bad news for those hoping that finding love on a reality series is feasible! According to David, Ivan Sarakula and Aleks Markovic remained together after leaving the dating experiment and rock up to the reunion hand in hand! As we know, they sensationally quit after being persistently badgered about whether they'd been intimate and if the real estate agent really showed a "provocative" and "sexual" video of his wife to their co-stars.
"Ivan and Aleks are still together, they're legends. I can't speak for today but I went out with Ivan only a week or so ago, and they were together," he dished, adding Elizabeth Sobinoff and Seb Guilhaus still remain a couple.
As he said himself, David couldn't care less about exposing the show's producers or slamming Nine Network, revealing during an Instagram Live last week that filming the series was "f***ing soul-destroying".
"I didn't watch the show before I went on," he said when asked whether he knew the show's producers have their own agenda. "I wish I had of watched it, that's for sure."