This is the eleventh season of Married at First Sight on the Lifetime Channel, reality shows that pairs couples and then has them get married. Even though the New Orleans group is still in the spotlight, have you ever wondered what happened to the cast from a previous season? Let us see how the couples from Married At First Sight Season 8 are doing now!
As of early 2019, we had four couples from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Married at First Sight: Luke Cuccurrollo and Kate Sisk, Keith Dewar and Kristine Killingsworth, Will Guess and Jasmine McGriff, and AJ Vollmoeller and Stephanie Sersen. Season 8 began in early 2019. One of the show’s most infamous villains made his debut this season, along with a shocking divorce and two happily ever after.
|AJ Vollmoeller & Stephanie Sersen||Together|
|Luke Cuccurullo & Kate Sisk||Divorced|
|Jasmine McGriff and Will Guess||Divorced|
|Keith Dewar & Kristine Killingsworth||Together|
Luke Cuccurullo and Kate Sisk
Even though Luke and Kate were adorable as a pair, their love storey was everything from blissful. When Luke and Kate wed, he said he felt “dead within” and “repulsed” simultaneously, and the marriage was tumultuous from the start. That wasn’t even the worst of it. He revealed his accurate colours by denying that Kate had a drinking problem and lying to the production crew. Because of his nefarious acts, he soon rose to the position of the show’s most notorious antagonist. It is alleged that Dr Pepper, an experienced specialist in the field, referred to him as the “meanest person she’s ever encountered” to his mother.
After a year of separation and divorce, the two still seem to be on excellent terms. On his Cuccurollo Conversations podcast, Luke interviews folks who have gone through life’s adventures. Despite the lack of new partnerships on his social media accounts, he has formed a unique bond with Amber Bowles, the star of MAFS 9. The two are shown at the United States National Whitewater Center in an Instagram post announcing Amber’s appearance on his podcast (see photograph below). It’s not her boyfriend, but they’re wonderful friends, and people should give him a chance, says Amber in the comments section.
Jasmine McGriff and Will Guess
The relationship between Jasmine and Will, despite its flaws, was one that some viewers of the programme hoped would eventually succeed. Only on the day of the decision Will startle Jasmine and the audience by deciding to divorce her rather than wait to see how things would play out in the real world and away from cameras. Will’s choice left Jasmine feeling let down.
Jasmine McGriff is the author. Jasmine is still single, and she seems to be having a great time! In September 2019, she was featured in a shot that seems like she’s having a great time. In an Instagram post, she shared personal details about her life and hopes for the future.
“No matter what happens in my marriage, I’ve learned a lot in the last year. As Jasmine said on Instagram, “I was never the victim, but I was always the student.” “I’m saving myself and my heart for the perfect guy. The day he comes into my life, I’ll be ready.”
Keith Dewar and Kristine Killingsworth
Since Married at First Sight is already in its eleventh season and has been on Lifetime for so long, many viewers wonder what happened to the last couples on the programme.
Season 8 presented fans to four new couples who opted to leap of faith and wed a total stranger. Some of the couples decided to break up on Decision Day, barely eight weeks after being married, while others stayed together.
Kristine Killingsworth and Keith Dewar are one of the couples that choose to remain married. Since Killingsworth and Dewar’s wedding was over two years ago, it’s only reasonable for fans to wonder what happened to them and whether they did have a happily ever after. In September of this year, Kristine and Keith announced that they had bought a home together after meeting at the altar.
“Even though we had a taste of it during shooting, the actual job began as soon as the cameras stopped rolling. We couldn’t afford to keep renting, so we had to cut down on our spending even further. “Killingsworth spoke to People in a one-on-one interview that was published exclusively. There was considerable friction since many personal purchases had to be put on wait.
On the other hand, the couple determined that buying a property together was more essential than any of their individual goals or requirements and that the juice was worth the squeeze in the end! Our initial house purchase was a no-brainer for us since we knew it was exactly what each of us wanted—addition by Kristine.
Couple Killingsworth and Dewar stated why their relationship works so well in an interview with Screen Rant “Throughout our relationship; we were always honest about our feelings for one another. A firm basis for communication was built, and when differences arose, they could be resolved quite easily. We immediately discovered that marriage is a team effort, and we have a terrific time working together as a team!”
AJ Vollmoeller and Stephanie Sersen
Due to COVID-19, the pair, well-known for their wanderlust, were restricted to their Philadelphia residence. Because of her successful career as a financial adviser, Steph can support her family. When the epidemic forced AJ out of his job, he looked for novel ways to pass the time, such as bringing an inflatable pool inside their apartment to serve as a retreat.
A recent journey to Colorado’s Manitou Incline Hike, documented on social media by regular passengers, shows that this is no longer the case. AJ and Stephanie met up with Keith and Kristine as part of a recent somatic distancing expedition.