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We’ve still got a bit to go on the current season of MAFS but I bet the brides and grooms are already keen to kiss the series goodbye and destroy all memory of it. Well, all except for a few contestants who are obviously using the show as a ploy to bolster their Instagram followings and are probs quivering at the thought of becoming irrelevant.

But anyway! So get this: we’ve just received a tipoff from an eagle-eyed follower who shared a screenshot of MAFS bride Beth Moore trying to offload her wedding dress, that she wore to wed her reality TV groom, on Facebook Marketplace.

It’s called the Shona Joy La Lune Dress and it’s valued at $300 bucks.

She writes that it’s off white / cream satin with winged sleeves, a small trail, an open back with tie at the neck and she stipulates that the button at the neck is “very tight (needs a hand).”

Beth adds that it’s been dry-cleaned, but “there are a few dirt marks from a photoshoot done after cleaning,” by photoshoot, she’s obvs referring to her MAFS wedding which is a bit more than a simple photoshoot, don’t ya think? Facebook Marketplace really is full of lies, isn’t it?

Have a geeze at the ad below:

To be fair, I can’t blame her for wanting the dress out of her life for good.

Here’s Beth wearing the dress on the show, BTW:

We learned early on that her MAFS marriage goes caput, as a sneaky insider called in to the So Dramatic! podcast and revealed which couples are still together and sadly, Beth and her beau, Russell Duance, were not on that list.

The rogue insider told the poddy that Dan Andrews lookalike, Russell Duance, was spotted on a dating app shortly after the series started airing. Yikes, looks like he couldn’t keep it in his pants at least ’til the finale aired.

Anyway, my fingers and toes are crossed that Beth fetches a fair price for the gown, and I hope that its buyer is aware of the demonic energy that it’s carrying and is wise enough to give it a thorough sageing.

Hell, maybe even have it exorcised and blessed by a priest. You can never be too careful with this kind of shit.