Married at First Sight's Clare has put her wedding dress on eBay with a scathing description.

She’s been outspoken about her views on reality TV show Married at First Sight and now former contestant Clare Verrall is getting rid of the final reminder of her time on the show.

Almost five months after her season first aired, Verrall has listed her wedding dress on eBay – and it’s all for a good cause.

“Look what’s on eBay!!!!!! All proceeds from the sale of this STUNNING dress from@judithvalentecouture go straight to animal rescue,” she wrote on Instagram.

The one of a kind Judith Valente Bridal designer gown was listed today and is already attracting hundreds of views each hour.

Continuing on from her recent whistleblowing about what the series is really like, there are also thinly veiled digs at both the show and her former “husband” Jono Pitman in the item description.

“Worn for one day while marrying a stranger on TV who turned out to be a total wankpuffin,” it reads.

“For a bride who knows the name of who she is marrying it is a dream dress. Super flattering, so even if you are not what the groom ‘ordered’ you will still get loads of complements [sic] and made to feel like a total queen.


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"It's a about a size 12, it's a one of a kind so it doesn't have a set size, can be resized by the designer."

The dress hasn't been dry cleaned though, and has sat in a box since the 'wedding day'.

"The tulle was cut out hastily as the poor designer was given no time, so it needs to be rehemmed, or have the tulle put back in. The absolutely lovely designer who donated the dress to the show said she can do this for $200. Dry cleaning extra."

And there's even a bonus feature you'd never even thought of.

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"It fits a microphone pack in case you want to record everything you say on your wedding day then have someone you hate heavily edit it for your wedding video," she wrote.

The dress is currently listed for starting bids of $900 although no bids have currently been placed.

According to Verrall, all proceeds from the sale of this dress go to animal rescue.

"Pick up in Port Melbourne available and comes with a free cuddle from the rescue dogs in my care we are raising money for," she wrote.

Here's wishing the next wearer better luck.

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