The two women, who tied the knot in last night’s episode, had some not-so-nice things to say about one another in an interview with NW magazine.
Tash told the magazine that she and Amanda have “completely different lifestyles” and that they are “so incompatible”.
“Her family is European, traditional and old-fashioned,” Tash said. “I’m quite open-minded and progressive with gender.”
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Tash, who is a bartender from Adelaide, added that she and Amanda have a “different sense of humour”.
“I’m quite quirky and edgy, and I’ll say things, then she doesn’t know what to do with me,” Tash told NW. “She’s got a dad sense of humour and it’s dorky. Amanda can be very controlling too.”
Amanda seemingly accused her bride of being fake, telling the magazine: “As soon as the cameras stop rolling, Tash doesn’t want to hang out with me. She doesn’t even want to watch a movie together – nothing! I can’t help thinking, ‘This is f**ked!’”
Amanda previously hinted that her relationship with Tash broke just four weeks after they tied the knot.
Their wedding ceremony was filmed last September, and in October she posted a cryptic message on her Instagram story saying: “Who you are and how you hold yourself through the bad times is what defines your character.
“Anyone can have an entourage of false followers to help mask your sh**ty personality, but who you are alone says it all.”
Amanda added a Married At First Sight gif to the post, making it obvious she was referring to her experience on the show.
Married At First Sight continues on Channel 9 at 7.30 tonight.