Sharing her thoughts with New Idea, the Instagram influencer has already predicted that a few of the 2020 brides aren't looking for love, rather are hoping to gain notoriety.
"All I can say is 'Oh my god'," she said after watching the first episode of the unconventional dating experiment. "I loved it but I think there are a few girls who are possibly doing this to boost their social media following. These things will come to light, but that's my first view based on what I've seen."
That's a pretty big call.
Despite admitting this year's contestants have already formed strong friendships, Jess has already picked this year's villains, admitting Stacey Hampton seems like the type of person who will stir up some much-needed controversy.
"Stacey? I'm not too sure about her. I think she will be one of the villains. She seems to be really standoffish and judgemental," said Jess, who has never minced her words. "Then you have Hayley [Vernon] who says it like it is and calls a spade a spade."
As we know, she and the former bodybuilder are close friends, with Jess rushing to Hayley's defence on multiple occasions after she copped the wrath of angry viewers who took exception to her outspokenness. She also called out Stacey in a recent Instagram rant, accusing her of "gaslighting" Hayley throughout the experiment.
As for last night's newlyweds, Poppy Marie and Luke Eglin, while Jess said she believes their marriage will stand the test of time thanks to their undeniable chemistry, she was a little "upset" Nine Network spewed out the same lines as they did last year.
"They need to focus on not recycling the same lines they carry on about each year," she began. "Like, Poppy and Luke's wedding was actually filmed in the same place as me and Dan's final vows, so that was strange to watch... it made me feel a little bit upset."
In spite of this, she believes they're a match made in heaven!
"Poppy seems like she deserves this and I hope Luke is the one for her. He seems very excited and it was really cute to see that. It brought me back to the first time I met Mick [Gould]. He wasn't what I was expecting either but his personality was so big and bright.