Jules' marriage to Cam is going from strength to strength on Married At First Sight, but behind closed doors, the star reveals she was close to quitting the experiment.
After breaking down in tears ahead of Sunday night's Commitment Ceremony, Jules says the drama got too much and she "didn't want to be there" anymore.
"I'd had enough of the drama and the toxicity," she explains to TV WEEK.
"There was so much nastiness going on. I felt really unhappy and was just drained. Everything we were a part of felt like it was becoming a bit of a joke."
Jules, 36, hasn't held back on her opinion: she questioned Ines over her feelings for Sam and also called out Jess for choosing to stay in the experiment with Mick.
But she insists she's not one for confrontation and that being caught in the crossfire made her feel "yucky".
"From that moment on, we [Cam and I] decided we wouldn't be involved in anyone else's drama," she says.
Jules isn't the only one who's tired of the drama, with controversial bride Martha admitting that there was a divide between the women because of it.
"There was a divide, which was sad," Martha, 30, reveals to TV WEEK. "It wasn't to do with age – it was an issue between the older and younger girls.
"I guess we have different views on the way we live our lives and what we find funny. I don't take myself too seriously, and neither do Jessika and Ines, so I gelled with them better."
Martha admits that Jules was 'too busy' with Cam to bother with the negativity.
"I got on really well with Jules, but she was over it [the drama]," Martha says. "She was too busy focusing on her relationship to be involved."
Married At First Sight airs Monday to Wednesday, 7:30pm, and Sunday, 7pm, on Nine Network.
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