CELEBS Go Dating expert Paul Carrick Brunson let rip at Mark Francis during a tense brunch segment on the show.
The former Made In Chelsea star, 33, refused to follow the rules in the E4 series' new segment – and didn't choose a partner to pair up with.
Love guru Paul, 48 – who is a fan favourite on Married At First Sight – bluntly accused the star of "leading his dates on".
It came after Mark rated both his dates, Dahn and Hollie, ten out of ten before being asked by Anna Williamson and Paul who he'd like to take out again.
Mark said: "You think you're going to make this hard for me, I'm going to make it hard for you.
"How could I possibly choose between two tens?
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"Find me an 11."
Despite having a connection with both his dates, he chose the third option of asking the agents to set him up with someone new.
He insisted: "I'm not going to pick between them. I don't think that's fair."
After sending both dates home, Mark said: "I'm here to be taken out of my comfort zone. Maybe that means neither of them were what I was looking for."
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This led to Paul widening his eyes in disbelief.
He then shouted: "Come on now. Say that then.
"You just led them on."
His exasperation was clear as he threw his hands in front of his face.
Previously, Mark told of his quest to find love in-person rather than online.
He said: “Dating apps are not for me. I loathe technology.
“I don’t read any messages from anyone online that I don’t know.
"I live in the 18th century! If I could I’d go back in time…”
Celebs Go Dating airs Sunday to Thursday for four weeks.
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