Married at first sight: Morag says she trusted the experts
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“Fireworks left, right and centre” is how Morag, 31, described E4’s Married at First Sight while speaking on Lorraine. She told Christine Lampard, who had stepped in for Loraine Kelly on the morning chat show, viewers would not be disappointed. The hit reality series sees 16 individuals matched by a panel of experts each week. Morag told Christine and ITV viewers would enjoy the series, which sounds like it will be full of drama.
“Morag, your big night is tonight, on the telly,” Christine confirmed.
“There was a little clip at the end of last night’s show where you said ‘This is not what I ordered”, about your new groom.
“Nothing else was given away obviously but let’s just say you didn’t look as happy as I maybe wanted you to be.”
“I mean the initial attraction wasn’t there,” admitted Morag.
“However, just keep watching,” she added cryptically.
“How much more can you tell us, though?” Christine asked. “I mean, let’s face it – straight away you know if there’s a connection.
“We as the viewer know it, I can only imagine what’s going on in your gut.”
Morag explained she has spent her life going off “initial attraction” but needed a new mindset.
“It wasn’t working for me before, so I had to trust the process,” she explained.
Tayah Victoria, who was also chatting to Christine, promised: “Let’s just say you won’t be disappointed.”
She added: “There are fireworks left, right and centre.”
“Do those fireworks include Nikita by any chance?” asked Christine.
“Ohh, potentially!” answered Tayah,not wanting to give too much away.
“Let’s just say Nikita knows what she wants in life, is that a nice way of putting it, Morag?” the presenter went on.
“She certainly does know what she wants,” the contestant replied.
“She’s got a very, very long tick sheet. However you could see what the experts were trying to do.
“They were trying to sort of meet her half way. It’s about teaching us that we’re not doing the right things – it’s why we’re still single.”
“You are properly living this, it must consume everything in your life – your family, everybody,” added Christine.
“It does,” admitted Morag. “But I’m so grateful that friends and family are supportive.
“They know what I’m like – I throw myself into so many situations.
“So I’ve got the support of those and that’s all that matters.”
Married at First Sight continues tonight at 9pm on E4.
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