Married at First Sight’s Nadia Stamp dropped ‘like hot cake’

MARRIED At First Sight's Nadia Stamp has accused former husband Anthony Manton of dropping her "like a hot cake" as soon as the cameras stopped rolling.

Despite the pair choosing to stay together in last week's vow renewals, Nadia arrived at tonight's reunion episode alone.

Nadia Stamp during the Married at First Sight reunion show.
Nadia Stamp during the Married at First Sight reunion show. Channel 9

The Brisbane flight attendant said race caller Manton had a sudden change of heart in the two months since filming for the reality show ended.

"As soon as the cameras stopped rolling, he dropped me like a hot cake. It was like … just drag me along why don't you," she said during last night's episode.

"He told me he wanted to be with me; he told me to move to Sydney ... to have faith. The next day he said my feelings haven't grown for you. I can't do this."

Nadia Stamp with her
Nadia Stamp with her "husband", Anthony Manton, during the Married at First Sight reunion show. Channel 9

Stamp said she was hurt by Manton's decision, adding he would "say everything for the cameras".

"I was always pushing for his truth and I got it, and I don't want it. I don't want him," she said.

Manton said he hoped they could remain friends.

"End of the day, I didn't fall in love and Nadia never said those words either," he said.

"I'm sure we will be friends down the track."

Stamp has recently been seen with a new man, but has been tight-lipped about any possible romance.

News Corp Australia


Bay restaurant owner threatened by knife-wielding thug

premium_icon Bay restaurant owner threatened by knife-wielding thug

The 23-year-old has a rap sheet of a career criminal.

Forgive but never forget: Holocaust survivor

premium_icon Forgive but never forget: Holocaust survivor

Inspiring future generations through hellish historic stories

GALLERY: Our Fraser Coast ability achievers

premium_icon GALLERY: Our Fraser Coast ability achievers

A more inclusive Fraser Coast for all

Local Partners