I had feelings for James, but we weren’t passionate about each other.’ Since then they have met once at an ‘awkward’ lunch, where they returned a few belongings they had left at each other’s flats.‘I don’t think either of us was really sure how to behave,’ says James.However, despite fans' pleas for the couple to stay married the relationship deterioated and the pair split after five months of marriage.Sara was left fuming after Adam got a little carried away with the wine and he received some stern words.A team of experts – including psycho-sexual therapist and psychologist Jo Coker, biological anthropologist Dr Jake Dunn, registrar Cynthia Green, and clinical psychologist Martin Hald – work as a team to pair up people best suited to one another.In order to establish their varying personalities, likes and dislikes and morals candidates go through a series of hurdles so that they can be best placed.And tonight's finale finds the couple on a make or break holiday in Cyprus, during which a distraught Stephanie is seen sobbing at the table in a romantic restaurant after a row.
Eventually the panel narrows the selection down to 15 candidates with just six paired up with 'dealbreakers' such as smoking used to cut out potential suitors.
'[Mine] and Ben's sexual intimacy has stopped and it has affected me, 100 per cent.
It is making me feel less secure.' Married At First Sight receives 1,000s of applications which makes the match-making process a complicated one.
Meanwhile financial advisor Harriet, 32, and police sergeant Richard, 28, have repeatedly turned to a sex therapist in a bid to find a spark in their relationship.
After seven weeks of living together, both couples will have to tell the show's relationship experts whether they will stay married - or seek a divorce.