Married At First Sight has been plagued by a slew of editing fails since its premiere eight weeks ago - and Sunday night's episode contained yet another blunder.
During the final vows ceremony, Jules Robinson's large diamond ring and her wedding band miraculously swapped hands during Cameron Merchant's proposal.
In the scene, Jules, 36, was seen wearing the two rings on her left hand while she held her chest in delight as Cameron, 34, got down on bended knee and popped the question.
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Another MAFS editing fail! Jules Robinson's rings miraculously swap hands during Cameron Merchant's proposal. Jules pictured with two rings on left hand (left) and two rings on right hand (right)
However seconds later, the jewels magically appeared on her right hand as Cameron slipped her new engagement sparkler onto her left ring finger.
Moments before the jewellery switch over, the Sydney-based salon manager was also seen without rings on her right hand as she held her fingers over her mouth.
It seems that she swapped the jewellery following the proposal, however this was not shown on TV, adding to a long line of continuity errors.
The two rings Jules was seen wearing on her left hand prior to the proposal included her MAFS wedding band and an engagement ring she bought for herself one year ago, which comprised of a cushion cut diamond and a silver band.
Meanwhile Jules new engagement ring is a 'simulated diamond' from jewelers Secrets Shhh, and is estimated to be worth just $650, Daily Mail Australia revealed on Monday.
The editing fail has sparked speculation the MAFS golden couple's engagement may have been heavily staged during Sunday night's final vows ceremony.
Smoke and mirrors! However seconds later, the two rings magically appeared on on her right hand as Cameron slipped her new engagement sparkler onto her left ring finger (pictured)
Switch: The Sydney-based salon manager was seen without rings on her right hand as she held her