Married at First Sight UK: Are any of the couples still together?
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The social experiment has been running successfully for years, but which couples have actually beat the odds and stayed together?
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Married at First Sight UK is back this August, and the social experiment TV series which takes dating to a new extreme has already announced its newest hopefuls.

The E4 show will kick-off on August 30, giving Love Island fans that injection of reality TV they'll be craving after the ITV2 dating show ends this upcoming Monday.

Last week, Married At First Sight's official lineup of 16 singletons was revealed, and it looks like the show's experts Melanie Schilling, Charlene Douglas, and Paul C. Brunson will have their work cut out for them.

Among the brides and grooms is the programme's first-ever gay male couple, who will meet for the first time at the altar.

The show promises happily ever after for the hopefuls, but which of the show's past couples have actually stayed together and made things work?

(Image: Channel 4)

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Emma Rathbone and James Ord-Hume

The first season of the series saw Emma and James tie the knot, and viewers were hopeful.

However, they called it quits after 34 weeks together.

They were the last couple standing, but they admitted to no longer being compatible.

Emma and James also said they weren't sexually attracted to each other which ultimately led to the break down of their relationship.

(Image: Emma and James)

Emma said at the time: "We knew we were meant to have a shared outlook on life and shared values, but not why we would actually work together in a relationship.

"I wonder now if we'd had a few more conversations with the experts whether that might have helped. Instead, it felt a bit as if we were told we were a match and then left to our own…
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