Married at First Sight: Welsh groom Jordon reveals he'd kissed another bride behind Alexis' back

By Stephanie Colderick

The second week of Married at First Sight ended with shock revelations and the exit of two couples, as Welshman Jordon revealed all.

Jordon was married to Alexis however their relationship quickly turned sour after a disastrous honeymoon and tense first dinner party where the groom said he was hopeful of a 'wife swap.'

Unknown to other contestants, Jordon shared a kiss with Megan, who is married to Bob, during the dinner party and originally wanted to stay to pursue a relationship with Megan.

Read more: Married at First Sight: Explosive argument sees groom Jordon branded a 'Welsh c***'

During the commitment ceremony last night all was revealed as Jordon owned up to his kiss with Meg that left the rest of the group shocked and in some cases, disgusted.

Jordon and Alexis' commitment ceremony started in a row, as Jordon claimed there were times during the honeymoon that Alexis became so aggressive that he feared she might hit him.

Branding him a liar Alexis said: "Don't you dare sit here and say that you didn't know if I was going to hit you to make yourself look and feel better."

Alexis then left the room and became emotional outside before re-entering to carry on with the ceremony.

Jordon was then confronted by the dating expert and resident matchmaker on Married at First Sight, Paul C Brunson about his negative behaviour towards Alexis.

Before Jordon admitted his secret kiss, the couple had to show their decision about if they wanted to remain in the experiment.

Alexis went first, choosing to leave, and then before revealing his decision Jordon said:

"There is something I would like to say tonight, so last night at the dinner party I found myself having a conversation with Megan. We were very similar in a lot of ways and we actually shared a kiss."

Instantly the room erupted as the other brides and grooms reacted to the news, Megan's husband Bob said: "What a b**ch" and then began to cry.

It was emotional evening for Bob who found out his wife Megan kissed Jordon (Channel 4)

Jordon continued, explaining that Megan had told him that her and Bob's relationship was not working as Bob was not trying, however, this was not what was shown during Megan and Bob's commitment ceremony as both choose to stay and fight for their marriage.

Jordon said: "How I have seen her treat him compared to the story I heard and how I feel, I don't want to be mixed with somebody like that."

Before watching Bob and Megan's commitment ceremony Jordon had chosen to stay, however now wanted to change his mind.

Bob said: "If he wants to stay, I want to change mine to leave."

Megan was too shell-shocked to reply when asked if she wanted to say anything and at first did not even say sorry to Bob.

When asked how he felt Bob said: "I am feeling angry, I am feeling emotional, feeling like an absolute f**king mug...Jordon, I don't really know what to say to you mate, to be honest, thanks for telling me you're still a p**ck, it's disgusting."

Bob then began sobbing and had to leave the room as he was comforted about the other grooms.

While Bob was composing himself the girls continued talking and Alexis spoke to Megan she said: "How lovely is Bob? You do that to Bob, its disgusting so more fool on you Megan. No girl code at all."

Megan then left the room and Bob returned to bravely thank Jordon for telling him about the kiss and they shook hands.

Megan then returned and apologised to Bob and Alexis saying she was "sorry with all my heart."

Bob stiffly accepted her apology and then both began to cry as Jordon and Alexis left the show.

Elsewhere in the programme explosive couple Nikita and Ant choose not to stay and the show ended with Megan crying alone after being briefly comforted by Bob.

Married at First Sight airs Monday to Thursday at 9 pm on E4.

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