By J. Peterson For Daily Mail Australia
23:48 21 Feb 2023, updated 00:36 22 Feb 2023
Married At First Sight has been plagued with more editing fails than usual this season.
And the latest blunder happened during Monday’s episode, when cheating bride Claire Nomarhas sported two different nail colours during the same scene.
The 31-year-old had pink-tipped nails as she broke down in tears while trying to decide if she should tell ‘husband’ Jesse Burford that she’d cheated on him.
She was then seen lying in bed where she continued to agonise over her decision, but instead of her pink-tipped nails, the brunette was brandishing multi-coloured talons.
This indicates that the two scenes may have been filmed on separate days and then stitched together.
Married At First Sight has been caught in another editing fail after bride Claire Nomarhas sported two different nail colours in the same scene Clare’s pink-tipped nails suddenly became multicoloured on Monday’s episode, indicating that two different scenes had been stitched together
This is far from the first editing fail to take place this season.
During Tayla Winter and Hugo Armstrong’s wedding, eagle-eyed fans noticed that the guest walking the bride down the aisle was wearing an earpiece in his left ear.
While the device was hidden, it became visible when he turned his head to the side while walking Tayla towards her new groom.
Reality stars often wear earpieces during filming so they can receive instructions from producers.
There’s also a chance that the man walking Tayla down the aisle was a producer who had been dressed as a guest to blend in.
Tayla and Hugo also suffered another editing fail during their honeymoon.
The couple were having a tense conversation while eating dessert, but the food seemed to change and disappear between shots, indicating that the conversation had been stitched together.
During Tayla Winter and Hugo Armstrong’s wedding, eagle-eyed fans noticed that the guest walking the bride down the aisle was wearing an earpiece in his left ear. Pictured above