MAFS UK expert Paul Carrick Brunson says introducing lie detector tests is a solid idea

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The end of Love Island was much less painful thanks to Married at First Sight UK starting shortly afterwards.

We've enjoyed watching the relationships progress from the first 'I do' to visiting each other's homes. Although some viewers were frustrated that Marylise hid details of her row with Franky while chatting to her friends.

The series has brought us so much entertainment, that we were ecstatic when Paul Brunson hinted that the next series is going to include more episodes.

That's not the only thing that Paul has alluded to happening in future series. One fan reached out to the dating expert on Twitter to say: "You should consider throwing some lie detectors into the mix. Let’s see who really is genuine and telling the truth."

And Paul responded by writing: "Solid idea."

Lie detector machines were used on earlier series of Love Island as the contestants were hooked up to a polygraph while their partner asked them questions. However, the fan favourite challenge was eventually scraped in 2019.

The decision was made by ITV bosses after the death of a guest on The Jeremy Kyle, 62-year-old Steven Dymond, which led to the daytime TV show being permanently cancelled.

Steven had appeared on the show alongside his partner after being accused of cheating. He then took part in a lie detector test as part of the programme, which he failed, and a few days later, he sadly died.

Paul also revealed his thoughts on the latest episode, and told followers he was watching it for the first time alongside them.

He wrote: "This is the first footage I’ve seen of the home stays" and was surprised by some of the cast's behaviour.

When a fan asked him: "Are you shocked by the way some of the people speak to each other?? I find it astonishing" he honestly responded with, "I’m blown away…"

In last night's episode we saw couple Amy and Josh arguing while making Mexican food for her friends, which could possibly be what Paul is referring to.

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He was clearly feeling the love going on between Adam and Tayah thouh, who have already decided they want children soon.

"Adam’s parents were the first friends and family I spoke with during the cast interview process," he explained. "They were an absolute joy to talk with and after just a few minutes with them I knew they had raised an exceptional son."

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