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Fans blast MAFS producers: ‘Show the footage!’

Fans are demanding to know why Married At First Sight producers didn’t help support Sean during an ugly confrontation with Andrew in last night’s episode.
Fans are demanding to know why Married At First Sight producers didn’t help support Sean during an ugly confrontation with Andrew in last night’s episode. Channel 9

SOCIAL media lit up last night as angry Married At First Sight viewers vented their rage after an explosive dinner party, which saw Andrew and Anthony deny badmouthing Cheryl behind her back at their "guys' night."

Unfortunately for them, it was all caught on tape - and while the other contestants didn't have the benefit of watching the footage back before the prerecorded confrontation, fans at home certainly did.

And boy, were they mad.

Hundreds and hundreds of angry Twitter users called for the show's producers to release videos from the night to support Sean - who was shot down with denials from the other guys when he tried to tell the truth about what had happened.

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