Netflix’s ‘Love Is Blind’ couples forced to endure each other for reunion special

Send in the dancing lobsters! And a therapist.
Send in the dancing lobsters! And a therapist.

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In true reality romance fashion, Love Is Blind is getting a reunion. 

On Wednesday, Netflix announced the runaway nightmare that tempted strangers into getting engaged sight unseen — and then emotionally devastating each other in a Bachelor Pad-like trip to Cancún — will once again force its participants to awkwardly interact.

A week after the series finale on Feb. 27, hosts Vanessa and Nick Lachey will interview Love Is Blind‘s (probably) very unhappy couples in a Mar. 5 special set to air on Netflix’s YouTube channel

Audiences can expect all twelve members of the main cast to answer questions like “Do you have any regrets?” and “What was it like watching yourself on TV?” and “IS ANYONE ACTUALLY STILL MARRIED?” Plus, they’ll reveal “more unexpected twists and revelations from the whole season.”

Based on the promo photo, we’re guessing things Amber and Barnett are OK (???), Mark and Jessica are toast, and Lauren and Cameron are happily married. But where Giannina and Damian stand is anyone’s guess, and the whole Diamond and Carlton thing? Woof. 

Filmed in 2018, catch “The Weddings” out tomorrow on Netflix. Then brace yourself for the freshly filmed reunion special to see how this all shook out.

Love is Blind is now streaming on Netflix.