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EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight SPOILERS … Only 2 COUPLES Stayed Together . . . The Rest SPLIT

Married At First Sight is the most popular reality show on TV these days. And Media Take Out did a little digging to find some spoilers for the current season.

If you don’t want to know how the season ends – STOP READING NOW.

The fifteenth season of Married at First Sight features San Diego couples and will air on Lifetime. The five couples are Lindy and Miguel, Krysten and Mitch, Alexis and Justin, Stacia and Nate, and Morgan and Binh. Together, these couples are taking the giant leap toward the married life they’ve always dreamed of.

Now let’s take each pair, one at a time.

Lindy and Miguel

29-year-old physical therapy doctor Lindy and 35-year-old assistant medical director Miguel seemed like an obvious couple, but it still surprised Miguel that they seemed a good match from the start. “There were a few things that surprised me, most notably how well Lindy and I hit it off right away,” muses Miguel.

Well, here’s how they turn out – they stay together:

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Kristen and Mitch

32-year-old sales rep Krysten was inspired to take the big leap into married life because “I love weddings, I love the idea of ​​being married,” she says. “I was engaged and almost married four years ago and I’ve always wanted to find a good partner ever since.” Her match was environmental lawyer Mitch, 41, who says he researched the idea of ​​Married at First Sight because “I’ve been a long time single time and had lost motivation to try very hard after two years of the pandemic.”

And the result – they decided to stay together for the finale but reportedly split afterward.

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Alexis and Justin

29-year-old logistics specialist Alexis and 33-year-old digital marketing expert Justin reflected on their experiences. “It was interesting to get an outside professional perspective for comparability and to find out what qualities/traits would be a good fit for me,” shares Alexis.

Justin agrees, adding, “I was surprised at how much I found out about myself and how much work I had to do for myself. It’s eye-opening to be open-minded.” He admits their union has had some challenges, but both agree that open-mindedness is key. “It’s imperative that you protect your heart, but also stay open to love through trials and tribulations,” notes Alexis.

They decided to stay together in the final but later split.

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Stacy and Nate:

“I thought I was a pretty tough guy,” says 37-year-old accountant Stacia, but that didn’t stop her from being surprised throughout the Married at First Sight experience with her partner, 34-year-old day trader Nate . “I think this experience made me cry more than I have in my entire life, and it also made me question my beliefs about people and relationships in general. This experience really tested my patience and also made me want to work with my husband.”

They are still together.

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Morgan and Binh

Morgan, 27, says, “I was having an extremely difficult time dating in San Diego and was at the point in my life where I was ready for a partner and for marriage.” She adds, “Usually Do I date the wrong men at the right times or the right men at the wrong times and I am ready to have the right man at the right time.”

Could 29-year-old engineer Binh be the one? “The experience was filled with such amazing people who pushed and motivated me to become a better me,” says Binh. As for the advice he would give after this experience, Binh shares, “I would just say, be open to growing and becoming a better person in any situation, difficult or not.”

They split in the final and are currently not together.

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