Married at First Sight’s Alyssa Ellman reveals if she wants to DIVORCE Chris Collette after breaking down over match

MARRIED at First Sight star Alyssa Ellman will reveal if she wants to divorce her husband Chris Collette after breaking down in tears over their incompatibility on this week's episode. 

Alyssa, 30, married stranger Chris, 35, on Married at First Sight. 

While Chris was “impressed” by Alyssa and happy with the match, she complained over their different lifestyles. 

The Sun can reveal an exclusive sneak peek of this week’s episode where Alyssa reveals if she wants to move forward with the marriage. 

In the clip, expert Pastor Cal sat down with the couple to discuss the issues in their relationship. 

Alyssa said of the marriage: “I have tried to look for positives.”

Chris then responded: “The word I used over and over again was impressive. I always thought on paper we were compatible.”

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Pastor Cal added: “We went through every possible document you guys prepared. We did compatibility charts. Believe it or not, you lined up.”

Despite Alyssa’s reluctancy in the past, she shockingly revealed she wants to move forward with the marriage. 

She said: “I don’t like the way things are right now and I would like to see how we can look forward.”

Alyssa then turned to Chris and said: “I wanted to come here today because I don’t like the way things have been going and I don’t like how they got here. I’ve been in a better head space since I got home and I’m still working towards that. I’m getting to that space. 

"My purpose of coming here today was to stop the pattern we were on and figure out how we can move forward.”

Chris responded: “For me, this is my decision day.”


On the night of the wedding, Alyssa refused to share a room with her husband because she felt their lifestyles didn’t match up after talking to his family and friends.

She told him: "I feel uncomfortable at this moment from some things that were said to me. I just really don't want to get into it right now.

"Let's wait until we can sleep on it, and get clear heads and have a little time to ourselves."


On the honeymoon, she demanded a separate room and broke down often when doing activities together. 

When it came to deciding if they should move into an apartment building with the other couples, Alyssa recommended they take turns living in the space. 

The other couples noticed their lack of chemistry, as they believed the issue is Alyssa isn’t attracted to Chris. 


In a previous sneak peek obtained by The Sun, Alyssa noted how important attraction is to her.

She said while getting ready for the wedding day: “Physical appearance and personality are super important. For me, there needs to be a physical attraction. I am hoping to walk down the aisle and be happy with what I see at the end of it. I hope he is too!”

Alyssa then read a letter from her soon-to-be husband, as she broke down in tears over the “nice” note.

She said after reading the thoughtful letter: “He’s so nice! I feel like he knew that’s what I wanted to hear. I’m glad I got a little insight about him before I get to walk down the aisle. 

“I feel like he knows what I want to hear. It just feels good. The only thing I can think of is that I hope he thinks I’m cute and I hope I think he’s cute. Hopefully that’s the case.”

She later said Chris “isn’t her type.”

According to Alyssa’s bio, she rescues animals and believes the show is her “opportunity to find love.” 

As for Chris, he learned he was “incompatible” with past girlfriends once the honeymoon phase ended and hopes the experts can find someone to keep his interest “long term.”

Married at First Sight airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on Lifetime. 

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