On last night’s episode of the ever-addictive ‘Married at First Sight Australia’ we met a new side to Andrew aka Jonesy.
During a boys night out with the male contestants, Jonesy said a whole host of offensive things about his TV wife Cheryl, including a cringe-worthy ogling action he made referring to her, which can only be described as: ewwwwwwwwww.
ICYMI, here’s a supercut of what Andrew was saying about poor Cheryl:
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Luckily nice-guy Sean was so disturbed by Andrew’s words that he quickly told Cheryl what went down. Now the Scottish hairdresser has spoken to The Fix to spill the tea on exactly how she felt about Jonesy slagging her off to his fellow MAFS castmates.
“So when I got told by Sean what had been said, I was in a little bit of shock. It was pretty disgusting. I thought it wasn’t going to be as bad as what Sean made it out to be,” she said.
“I’m all for a little banter here and there, but to constantly bring up your partner in a degrading way? I thought it was disgusting.”
In the slag-off session, not only did Andrew make offensive comments about Cheryl’s breasts, he belittled her, saying she was only interested in the Kardashians and her hair extensions.
Viewers weren’t happy with what Jonesy was airing to the boys either.
— Julie Macchiato (@jooles101) March 6, 2017
When someone tries to excuse Andrew's shit behaviour as "boy talk" &you have to remind him that's how Trump excused sexual assault #9married
— Olivia Thatcher (@TheHonestOlivia) March 6, 2017
— Gem (@Gemmy0298) March 6, 2017
Worst of all, Andrew went as far to compare Cheryl to Lauren – you know, the gal that ditched him post-wedding and tore his beating heart into a million pieces – saying she was more fun to be around and that “a conversation seems too much for Cheryl”.
“Before the boys’ outing, we both said let’s go into this with a clear head and leave the past behind us,” Cheryl said.
“I would never go to a dinner party and be around other people and bag up my partner. That’s just embarrassing. Not just for them, but for me also.”
While Jonesy was called out on his actions by series psychologist John Aitken, he claimed he couldn’t recall saying anything offensive.
“I’m unsure. The night’s a little bit hazy, we were drinking a fair bit. I don’t remember,” Andrew responded.
Yeah… whatever Jonesy.
#TeamCheryl all the way.