Married At First Sights Josh speaks out after Morag feud

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Married At First Sight UK is airing on E4 and the new season has seen more couples than ever join the experiment. During Girls’ Day, Morag dropped a bombshell on Amy by claiming her husband Josh had connected with her on Instagram before the show. Josh has since spoken exclusively to following the explosive dinner ceremony, where the issue was raised once more.

The latest season of Married At First Sight UK saw the relationship experts pair 27-year-old Josh with 34-year-old Amy.

The pair had a rocky start to their relationship, with Amy struggling to get through to Josh’s emotionally vulnerable side.

However, they have tried their best to overcome all obstacles and seem to be in a good place.

Yet a spanner was thrown in the works when Morag claimed Josh had contacted her via Instagram a couple of years before the show.

Morag raised the issue again at the final dinner party and a heated argument ensued.

Following the latest feud, Josh told “I was backed up into a corner and I thought I have been brought into something, now I’m going to have to defend myself.

“For me, the most frustrating thing was that I didn’t choose to be in that position, I was brought into it.

“From the moment you realised that, why did you not mention it or if you thought it was going to be a problem, why bring it up?

“When it did get brought up and it escalated, why then say it doesn’t need to be this much of a problem?

“At that point, I just didn’t understand why all that shade was being brought over my way. I can honestly say I did not DM Morag and there was no back and forth messages between us.

“There is no recollection of anything.”

Morag apologised for raising the issue and she was defended by some of the other couples, as well as her husband Luke, who said she had done nothing wrong in speaking out.

Commenting on how he has been perceived by others throughout the process, he said: “From the beginning, I was introduced as some sort of lad.

“I am a lad, but that doesn’t mean to say I’m a f***boy. Up until what happened with Morag there was some sort of stick about me being not interested and a slow burner.

“In fact, it was just a matter of us [Josh and Amy] approaching the process at two different paces, and her being at a different stage in her life.

“It’s quite easy to then point the finger at somebody who is half good looking, young, and say they are a lad with no evidence.”

He said he was out of his comfort zone joining the process, adding he felt like he was being “put on his back foot”.

Yet despite everything that has happened so far, Josh said he would not have changed anything.

He said: “It was all new to us, it was overwhelming, it was intense and you can’t control your emotions sometimes, especially when you are put in environments like that.

“Our worst moments probably made me feel like I wanted to leave at times, but I had to remember you are not supposed to run away from things.

“There were breaking points throughout the process, the dinner party was one of them, where I just thought I’ve had enough of everybody and I just want to leave.

“There are too many voices in this relationship, but then I thought no I won’t let that break it.”

In the teaser for the next episode, Josh and Amy move into a new house in London together.

Tensions continue to rise as Josh admits he has “reached the end of his tether” with the relationship.

Fans will have to wait and see whether they are able to overcome the next hurdle as their marriage intensifies.

Married At First Sight UK airs Mondays to Thursdays at 9pm on E4.

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