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E4 MAFS Australia 'scandal' as huge bust-up results in brides being 'separated'

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An alleged 'bust-up' between four brides on Married at First Sight Australia reportedly got so bad that they were confined to seperate rooms for filming on the E4 reality show.In scenes yet to air, Eden Harper is set to expose a scandal on fellow bride Sara Messy when she drops a bombshell among the group and it's been reported that behind the scenes there has been an "all our war" with the two brides unable to be in the same room when filming.

According to reports in Daily Mail Australia, things became so hostile that makeup artists and stylists had been under instructions to keep the women apart prior to the dinner party episodes to keep things from escalating.

The MAFS production team had been forced to intervene following the drama to keep Eden and Sara apart, including scheduling their getting ready sessions in entirely separate locations.A source told the publication: “Hairdressers and makeup artists were briefed on the situation and had to juggle schedules to accommodate the feud, ensuring Eden and Tori weren’t booked in around the same time as Sara and Lauren.”Alternative locations were found, but the drama continued. “Eden, along with Tori Adams and Jade Pywell, discovered the new location and followed Sara to get their hair and makeup done, escalating the tension further,” the source added. Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. “Lauren was upset because Fatima and Wally [the makeup artist and hair stylist] looked after her first and was gushing about them to the other brides and they decided to go to them.

There was so much tension… They couldn’t be in the same room together, especially knowing it was dinner party day.”Elsewhere, the

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