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Jessika revealed she moved to the Gold Coast three weeks ago to be closer to her man, and Dan was asked when he plans to introduce new love to his five-year-old son - perhaps in an attempt to gauge how serious he is about their budding romance.
"We're just taking our time. We're building a foundation, building a relationship first," he replied.
"We want to make sure our love is strong enough so we can be there for him," Jess added.
"He has seen a picture of me and he said, 'Daddy your girlfriend is pretty!'"
Ning was asked which one her co-stars she would pour a glass of wine over.
Very calmly, the mother-of-three answered: "I'm gonna say Martha."
Fitzy & Wippa revealed the Melbourne makeup artist pulled out of the bash at the last minute.
LISTEN: MAFS' Ning Says She'd Pour Wine Over Martha!
Polarising figure Mike Gunner was quizzed about his feud with Jess who he warred with repeatedly on the social experiment.
Before he could answer, Jess shouted: "Don't start with me, Mike! Be very very careful with your wording tonight."
"She's a slippery little thing - she's like my little sister, my naughty, little recalcitrant little sister," Mike responded.
"No, seriously though, we started out as pals and I think we're pals now."
One listener wanted to get to the bottom of Mike's marriage to radio host Heidi Latcham, and asked him to FaceTime his bride who couldn't attend because of work commitments on the Sunshine Coast.
But the 44-year-old tradie was adament she was busy, leading many to speculate their relationship is well and truly over.
But while Mike may be underwhelmed by his spouse, one of his cast mates was much more interested.
Billy Vincent - a late arrival who was paired with controversial bride Susie Bradley - declared he would pick Heidi as his dream bride!