Married At First Sight\'s Jaclyn and Ryan Have Officially Split Up
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Married At First Sight’s Jaclyn and Ryan Have Officially Split Up


Well there’s one couple that certainly won’t be appearing on Married at First Sight: The First Years this September. Married at First Sight's Jaclyn Methuen took a page out of Farrah Abraham’s book this week and confirmed via Instagram that she and fellow cast member Ryan Ranellone are no longer together. 



There's no dinner date here- except with myself! #Single #StillGotMookie #AnyTakers #WomenSupportingWomen

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The photo is a picture of text, which quotes comedian Emily Heller, saying, “I’ve been single for a while and I have to say, it's going very well. Like…it's working out. I think I'm the one." Look who’s got jokes! The reality star also uploaded a snap of a fun day fishing with her gal pals. “Don't worry ladies, there's plenty of fish in the sea,” she captioned the photo. “Let's hope I catch one that is strong, smart, and appreciates my big personality!” 



Jaclyn and Ryan tied the knot after being featured on the show and the pair chose to stay together after the six-week post-nuptials mark. After trying to rebuild their romance twice, the former husband-and-wife team decided it was over. 


"After the process had ended, obviously it takes effort, and I'm guilty of not making a tremendous effort in trying to make it work," Ryan said at the reunion for the show. There have been cheating rumors swirling around the former couple, but Ryan said he was faithful in an Instagram post. Although, Jaclyn’s ex did admit to her during the special "If I could earn your respect back, I'd be a happy man." Hmm, that’s a little incriminating. 


This is only one in a series of problem for the A&E reality show. Last week, fellow First Sight alum Jessica Castro filed a restraining order against her husband Ryan De Nino, who the show paired her up with. The team behind the series has also had to fight allegations that they just threw couples together for season two. Chris Coelen, the CEO of First Sight’s production company, turned to People in an attempt to assure fans that he runs a lengthy and “very, very intense” casting process. Let's hope we can see that in season three!


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