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Last week we were fairly convinced the Married At First Sight couples were using Airbnb homes instead of their actual houses. Clues included completely unrealistic properties like a home in Byron Bay belonging to a 27-year-old barista, as well as a confession from a former contestant that he filmed his home visit at at Airbnb.
But after Monday night’s episode, we’re absolutely certain that at least some of these homes don’t actually belong to the people ‘living’ in them.
Fans suspicious of Tamara Joy’s home in the Melbourne suburb of Hoppers Crossing searched Airbnb and managed to find a dead ringer for the property on the site.
Viewers were also unconvinced that Dan Webb's cheating partner Jessika Power could own the two-storey Perth home she took Mick Gould to on an administration officer salary.