"Does anyone remember the episode where Martha threw red wine at me and Lizzie just walked off? Yeah, so don't f***ing give me this sh*t now that you're all defensive of your friends and you like to help the underdog because you weren't there for me," new mum Cyrell told WHO exclusively.
She continued: "It surprised me. All of a sudden in this episode she has balls that she suddenly grew out of nowhere. I am sure the producers said, 'Elizabeth, it's going to hype you up and you are going to look so great to help Stacey because you got cheated on last year.' She only came halfway through the show and there are two sides to the story."
Going on to discuss the explosive feud that played out during last night's episode, both Cyrell and Eden sided with Hayley, admitting they're starting to feel sorry for the bodybuilder.
Commending the bride for owning up to her mistakes and openly declaring she hooked up with Michael Goonan, the couple begged Stacey to move on, build a bridge and just get over it already!
"Stacey said Hayley didn't own up to anything but she did," former Love Island star Eden told us. "She did! And Stacey was obviously having a go because she said Hayley never apologised," Cyrell added. "I feel bad for her, she had both Stacey and Elizabeth up in her face. She only
"I don't know how many times she can say sorry. She owned up to it in front of the whole group, she's come back into the reunion and then has Elizabeth all up in her face asking whether she kissed him. It's apparent that she did, we already knew this."
"I can't believe it is still going on, man. Just let it go, Stacey."
Of course, they went on to discuss Stacey's credentials, questioning whether her law degree is legitimate seeing as she refuses to look at all the evidence which so clearly points to her TV husband doing the dirty on her.
"Stop bringing up the law degree and stop bragging about it. She was getting hammered for doing that but it doesn't take a genius to know that her husband cheated on her," the former MAFS star said.
Interestingly, Cyrell and Eden aren't the only pair to slam the brides' behaviour at the boozy girls' night, with current MAFS participant Connie Crayden saying she was appalled by the way her co-stars hurled insults and accusations at one another.
"That night was just vile," the future marine biologist said on Talking Married. "That's the only word I can describe for it. It went from zero to 10 in a heartbeat. I was just sitting there with my head in my hands, looking at the ground and thinking, get me out of here," said the appalled star in an episode of Talking Married following last night's MAFS episode.
"It was just so full on I just didn't know what to do with myself. I was a little bit embarrassed to be there seeing the girls carry on that way. It's just not right.
"It's so not right seeing women treat other women like that no matter what the disagreement is or what you're fighting about, no woman should