The Married at First Sight Australia 2022 Dinner Party and Ceremony Reunion are the first time where ALL the brides and grooms from the current season are put together in the same room to yell and scream at one another — that is except groom, Andrew Davis.

Even though the Texan-born PT played a huge role in this series — mostly due to his frankly, unacceptable behaviour towards his bride Holly Greenstein — Andrew did not make it to the reunion.

So, why didn’t he attend?

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Andrew Davis did not attend the Reunion Dinner Party or Reunion Ceremony. Source: Nine.

“He’s freaking out about how it’s going to be portrayed,” a current contestant told So Dramatic!.

“He didn’t come back for any of the filming, like the boy’s night or the reunion.”

The source also revealed that a number of the grooms reached out to MAFS’ Andrew. However, he “[doesn’t] want anything to do with the show”.

Married at First Sight’s Andrew’s Mental Health Struggles Since Quitting the Show

**Content Warning: The following discusses mental illness and may be distressing for some readers.

Not only did So Dramatic! host Megan Pustetto chat to contestants, she also spoke to a close friend of Andrew’s.

According to the friend, the Sydneysider’s mental health declined drastically after filming.

“He had a full breakdown,” the source confessed earlier this year. “I believe he spent time in a mental facility and was diagnosed with various disorders.”

Along with the alarming news of Andrew’s wellbeing, the friend said the former TV groom returned to the mental health facility.

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A source close to the Texan groom revealed that Andrew’s mental health has declined since appearing on the show. Source: Nine.

“He checked himself back in once the show started airing as it all became too much for him again,” they said.

The source continued: “Andrew wants nothing to do with the show or any of the contestants on it. He’s regretting doing it big time.

“It’s already completely ruined his health, personal reputation and any future business prospects.”

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