Jules Robinson and Melissa Lucarelli became best friends after appearing together on the sixth season of Married At First Sight, before abruptly breaking up shortly after.
And this week, feuding friends nearly missed an awkward clash at Australia Fashion Week in Sydney.
One viewer told Daily Mail Australia they were both attending the same fashion show on Thursday, but strategically located on opposite sides of the runway.
Crisis Prevention! Warring Married At First Sight Stars Jules Robinson (left) and Melissa Lucarelli (right) avoid each other at Australian Fashion Week on Thursday and Friday
The reality stars have tried to avoid each other by sticking with their friends.
Jules was spotted as a swan with aspiring social media site Suzan Mutesi, while Mel teamed up with menswear blogger Matthew Neville and model Lyndl Kean.
Old friends of the two also appeared for Fashion Week on Friday, but may have missed each other.
However, onlookers said there was a chilling atmosphere whenever the two passed each other at various events, and even a few cold glances were exchanged from each other.
I do not know her! One viewer told Daily Mail Australia they were both attending the same fashion show on Thursday, but strategically located on opposite sides of the runway. (Melissa photo on Thursday)
Chilled reception: The couple are said to have shot each other cold glances whenever they crossed the street on their way to various events and fashion shows. (Photo by Jules)
Influencer Jules was her own best advertisement at Fashion Week by showing off a velvet ensemble from her own clothing line, Moira Muse.
The next day, she showed off her curves in the brand’s black satin dress.
Not to be outdone by her old friend, Mel was stylish in black trousers and a fitted blazer on Thursday, which she teamed with nude heels and a designer bag.
Walking billboard! Influencer Jules is her own best advert at Fashion Week by showing off a velvet ensemble from her own clothing line, Moira Muse
On Friday, she sported a glamorous babydoll pink dress with bright green heels.
Mel and Jules had a dramatic break-up after Jules kicked Mel out of her bridal party and kicked her out to his real-life wedding to Cam Merchant, despite publicly asking Mel to match. bride for her in the Married At First Sight finale.
Jules never provided a reason for the dumping, and denied questions about it when asked by reporters during her A Current Affair TV wedding special.
Fabulous: Not to be outdone by her old friend Mel stylish with black trousers and a matching blazer on Thursday, which she teamed with nude heels and a designer bag
Drama: Mel (centre) and Jules (right) had a dramatic affair after Jules excluded Mel from her wedding reception and kicked her out to his real-life wedding to Cam Merchant (left) , despite publicly asking Mel to be her bridesmaid in the At First Sight Finale Wedding
“You know what, in response to that question, all that matters most is my nearest and dearest being here right now,” she said.
Mel revealed how she fell out with Jules on the Dames Who Dish podcast last year.
“I’m like a third wheel to those two,” Mel said of her relationship with Cam and Jules, adding that they are both based in Sydney and often spend time together.
Ice cold: Jules never provided a reason for the dumping, and coldly denied questions about it when asked by reporters during the TV wedding special A Current Affair
Star power: Jules sold her wedding rights to Channel Nine’s A Current Affair (pictured)
‘It literally came out of nowhere, right before the wedding she dumped me. Her excuse was that we didn’t really see each other much after the show, which was so wrong, it wasn’t even fun.
‘Her other bridesmaids live in London and Heidi [Latcham] lived in another state. So, quite literally, she even watches me more than anyone. ‘
She added: ‘It really pissed me off because I thought we had this great friendship and she acted like it wasn’t even happening.’
Beautiful in pink! On Friday, Mel sported a glamorous babydoll pink dress with bright green heels
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