UK’s First Sight’s Amy and Josh were finally married to remain married amid Channel 4’s technical issues
Married at first sight in the UKThe long-awaited finale hit screens on Friday, having been delayed by a day due to Channel 4’s technical issues.
In a surprising twist, Amy Christopher and Joshua Christie vowed to stay married despite weeks of quarrels, and they decided to Putting their past aside and moving on with their relationship.
The final episode aired a day late due to “ongoing technical issues” across the Channel 4 network on Thursday – meaning that a repetitive episode accidentally aired instead of the ending.
in the last! The much-anticipated finale got married in the UK and hit screens on Friday, having been delayed by a day due to Channel 4’s technical issues.
They are engaged! Adam and Tayeh also vowed to keep things going, the hunk even proposed to a brunette so they could make their marriage legal
Although Amy and Joshua stayed together, the vows weren’t more promising.
“You called me needy and let me tell you, I’m a strong, independent woman, and I don’t need anyone.”
Amy felt like she wasn’t getting enough of Josh in terms of affection, saying, ‘I ask myself am I getting robbed? Am I wasting my time on someone who isn’t the same for me?
Moving On: In a surprising twist, Amy Christopher and Joshua Christie vow to stay married despite weeks of bickering
“But while I was giving up, she fought for us and came up to meet me at my level as I kept climbing.”
Just as Amy revealed that she wanted their relationship to work, Josh expressed his thoughts, saying that he sometimes found it ‘selfish’.
Josh said: ‘But despite our difficulties, I can really see why we had a match. You are a wonderful woman who has brought me things I didn’t know existed before.
Discretion: “But while I was giving up, she fought for us and came up to meet me at my level as I kept climbing,” she said.
‘Selfish’: Just as Amy revealed she wanted their relationship to work, Josh then expressed his thoughts, saying he sometimes found it ‘selfish’
He said thanks to Amy for teaching him the length of the string and then proceeded to tie one around her wrist to indicate his desire to keep trying with her.
The ending also saw Morag agree to commit to Locke after not previously convinced he was right for her.
Adam and Tayeh also vowed to keep things going, with Taya agreeing to marry her husband again.
Make it work: The ending also saw Morag agree to commit to Luke after she wasn’t previously convinced it was right for her.
The end of the series finally comes as Channel 4 failed to broadcast the last show of the series on Thursday.
Viewers were left furious when they realized that an earlier episode of a popular reality show was being shown instead of the ending in a fatal channel error.
Angry fans took to social media to complain, and the episode was discontinued after the first ad was interrupted.
For 30 minutes or so, viewers were faced with a purple screen with the message “Programs will continue soon”, interspersed with commercial breaks, before the channel decided to air a recurring episode of Celebrity First Dates starting in 2016.
The “sound wave” that shut down Channel 4’s broadcasts over the weekend has continued to disrupt programming throughout the past week.
An E4 spokesperson said: “Following the incident over the weekend, ongoing technical issues meant that Thursday night’s episode of Married at First Sight UK was duplicated from Wednesday 29 September.
We apologize to the fans of the show and have worked hard to bring the episode to you this evening at 9pm. Hopefully, when you finally watch it you can see if Amy, Josh, Taya, Adam, Morag, and Luke are renewing their vows.
A special meeting scheduled to air on Monday will continue as planned.
Season 6, which has aired on E4 for the past three weeks, has seen 16 singles walk down the aisle to marry a stranger, before embarking on a luxurious honeymoon, moving in with each other and their fellow husbands.
Uh oh! The final episode aired a day late due to “ongoing technical issues” across the Channel 4 network on Thursday – when the series was due to end.