Married at First Sight's Nikita and Jordon have grown close after explosive row – and here’s the picture to prove it

MARRIED at First Sight's Nikita and Jordon have grown close since their blistering row in last night's episode.

The pair clashed during the series' first dinner party, with Nikita forced to leave by show bosses after she breached behaviour rules.


However, it appears the expletive-filled row might have ended up bringing Nikita and Jordon closer together.

In a reflective post shared on Instagram last night, Jordon looked cosy behind his show rival.

He wrote: "There was certainly drama on the menu at tonight’s dinner party 🔥 I hope you enjoyed the episode.

"Remember it is a TV Show and the cast are people. The saying goes love turns to hate but I believe hate can turn to love too. @nikita__jasmine is a beautiful lady and I’m glad to have met you. We are and remain good friends ❤️."

It all kicked off when Nikita confronted him over his comments to wife Alexis about preferring blondes.

She asked: "So is Alexis your type then? Jordon, is Alexis your type?"

Clearly annoyed, he turned and told her: "Yeah, I heard you the first time."

She snapped back: "Yeah, so answer us then. Sorry am I speaking clear English for you?"

Jordon calmly replied: "Alexis is not my normal type, no. But we are working on what we've got so far."

She said: "You've scored there. I think you're punching if I'm honest" but he refuses to take the bait saying: "I think so too."

Nikita then muttered: "I'm done with this. I can't bear people like that. I absolutely hate him. I'll get him, I'll get him. He's doing my f***ing head in."

Watching on the screens, Aussie expert Mel Schilling said: "OK this is now getting aggressive. Nikita's gone too far now.

"She's flooded, she's full of stress hormones. It's all pumping, she cannot stop. The train has left the station."

Fellow expert Paul Brunson explained: "Nikita is seeing the rejection that Alexis is going through and she's seeing her past and the rejection Nikita is going through."

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