It’s only been a few days since the final episode of Married At First Sight, and we’ve already been presented with the saddest breakup of all time; 467 new couples; a hint that another wedding is on the way; and way more information than we ever needed about a certain someone (cough, DEAN, cough) sending “sixy tixts” to someone else.
Now, Davina has offered up some more goss, telling The Courier Mail she’s having trouble finding a partner following the show.
“No one wants to date me,” she told the publication, adding that she does, however, receive quite a lot of “dick pics”.
“No one was watching how I acted on that show going ‘I want to date her’.”
She does admit the hesitation might have something to do with that time she tried to steal another woman's 'husband' on the show, and then attempted to deny she'd broken any sort of 'girl code'.
Oh, and probably her conversation with fellow contestant Tracey at the final dinner party that went
a little a lot like this:
Luckily, her bad luck with men since the show ended is actually a helpful tool for Davina to decide which men are worth her time.
"I don't want to date someone who judges me anyway, so it's filtering out the bad ones," she told The Courier Mail.
It hasn't been an easy road for Davina since she caused a stir on the show: in a video uploaded to YouTube earlier this month, the 26-year-old personal trainer and bikini model said she was shaken by the amount of online hate she received in the weeks the reality show went to air.
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"I'm no stranger to it, but copping a rather large amount of hate is something I'm really not used to. And to be honest it really shook me," she said.
"It's been a really really hard and traumatic experience for me. I know you guys know the real me, and my friends and family know the real me."
She later admitted she "barely got out of this whole ordeal alive".
Davina admitted to The Courier Mail that the viewer backlash - which mostly came from other women - had at first made her hesitant to go out in public.
But most of the hate has been directed at the influencer from behind the safety of screens, and Davina said she hasn't experienced "any hate in person".
"When you start that low on the show, there's nowhere to go but up," she said.