It's the brutal and surprising rejection no one saw coming and now, Chantele Guyer is breaking her silence following Farmer Neil Seaman's decision to send her packing after spending just one night on the farm together.
Taking to her personal Instagram page on Monday night shortly after her shock exit was aired, the 32-year-old sheep farmer broke down in tears as she spoke about her humiliating experience on Farmer Wants A Wife.
"Watching that does not get easier," the mother-of-four young boys explained.
"When I first applied, I wanted to be the farmer. It seemed fitting. But a wife I was to be."
"Rejection sucks. Whatever the circumstance it hurts... to be rejected on national TV is next level," she continued as she teared up.
"[I'm] a little bit embarrassed to say the least but I signed up for it. At the end of the day you either vibe with somebody, or you don't and that's that," Chantele reflected on her bond with Farmer Neil.
She went on to thank the three other ladies Neil picked.
"Karrisa, Justine and Megan are the most amazing women you'd ever meet and I have a really good friendship with all of them. I was definitely a fish out of water. All the women were amazing. Shoutout to Jazzy who held me up through all of this," she said.
"Today has been really tough, mentally. Reading comments and stuff. But thank you so much to everyone whose supported me and your good comments."
"Somebody had to go home, and it was me."
Chantele went on to confess how hard it was having to watch the episode back with her young child.
"I think the hardest thing tonight is watching my nine year old cry and say 'I'm sorry mum.' That breaks me," she admitted through tears.
She signed off her video on a hopeful note, explaining: "But it's OK cause I will find somebody one day. Thank you."
Fans were aghast after Monday night's episode, confused over how quickly Neil had changed his mind over the blonde beauty.
The pair initially seemed to hit it off with Neil picking her to spend 24-hours alone with him on the farm before the other ladies arrived.
But clearly after spending some time together, the 42-year-old's heart just wasn't in it and he quickly placed her in the friend-zone, remarking that they were more like "two blokes leaning over the fence to have a chat about the sheep."
Bring back Chantele next year, we say - this down-to-earth sheep farmer deserves a husband.