But it wasn’t the only talking point about the Married At First Sight contestant from the episode.
You see, viewers spotted a, well, interesting interior decorating feature in her room.
On her bedside table, as you'd expect, were a few framed photos.
One was a wedding day snap of her and he-who-shan't-be-named. Alright, yes we mean Dean.
But to put things in perspective - quite literally - was another photo that absolutely dwarfed the other.
It wasn't a family picture. Or a selfie. Or a blown up picture of Chris Hemsworth's abs.
No, this giant picture gave us an insight into Tracey's true religion.
— Vanessa Lawrence (@nesslawrence) March 18, 2018
— jennybr5 (@jennybr5) March 18, 2018
— Leanne Aston (@LeanneAston1) March 18, 2018
Even better, it was a signed photo of Oprah.
Plenty of viewers questioned how Tracey got her hands on such a prized item, with some suggesting it was from eBay.
As we recently discovered, Tracey once appeared in the audience of a 2013 episode for Oprah's fifth last show.
The Stephens Twins debrief on what the hell just happened. Post continues after audio.
Many were speculating that it was this giant signed photo that gave Tracey the strength and magical powers needed to defeat the evil wizard. Yes, again, this means Dean.
Tracey do your self a favour, look at that photo of Oprah you have there, and ask what she would do. (Hint: she’d kick Dean to the curb.) #mafs
— Tenpou Gensui (@tenpou) March 18, 2018
— divineblueprint (@divineblueprint) March 18, 2018
— Samantha Long (@SamanthaLongNBN) March 18, 2018
Here's hoping the wedding photo partially blocking the shrine to Oprah has found its way back to where it belongs - the bottom of a drawer.
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