Perfect Match: Ranking the final 5 couples

Perfect Match. (L to R) Joey Sasso, Kariselle Snow in episode 05 of Perfect Match. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix / © 2023 Netflix, Inc.
Perfect Match. (L to R) Joey Sasso, Kariselle Snow in episode 05 of Perfect Match. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix / © 2023 Netflix, Inc. /

If you aren’t watching Perfect Match on Netflix, you are missing out on one of the most addicting reality dating shows the streamer has ever produced. So, with the final episode here and the winning couple of the title “The Perfect Match” being decided, I wanted to rank the final five couples.

Over the last three weeks, each episode of the Perfect Match has had some wild twists and turns leading to lying, betrayal, and some downright shocking TV. By now, we all have our favorite (Shayne, Chloe, Dom) and least favorite (Damian, Bartise, Francesca)  people in the show. That said, the final four episodes were as wild as the first eight, seeing Francesca break Damian’s little heart, Shayne and Chloe have a massive fight, and the return of all of the singles to shake things up one last time.

The final five couples were Bartise and Izzy, Chloe and Shayne, Joey and Kariselle, Dom and Georgia, and LC and Nick. Of course, some of these have been around longer than others, but did any of the newer couples spark enough of a match to make it to the top of my list? Let’s dive in.

Perfect Match: Ranking the final 5 couples

5. LC and Nick

Nick is a snake in the grass, it honestly didn’t shock me to see him find his way back into the house for one last opportunity. Throughout this episode, Nick tries to pair with anyone and everyone, but after being turned down by them all, he comes storming back to LC. These two are the furthest from a match, and they come in last place.

4. Bartise and Izzy

I’ll be honest, I didn’t like Bartise on Love is Blind. Early on, I didn’t mind him in this, but he does a few things in the latter part of the show that was so manipulative that he rehashed some red flags I saw in Love is Blind and fell back into the dog house with me. He and Izzy had a little spark, but these two would never last outside this show.

3. Chloe and Shayne

I have an undying love for Shayne that has made me root for him from the first time I saw him. Shayne has some issues that need to be resolved, and watching him can be an emotional roller coaster, but his reaction (LC did this man wrong putting doubts in his head) to the whole Chloe/Mitchell thing was terrible. Shayne wants to be loved, and Chloe wants to give him that. I don’t think these two last outside of the household, but I hope Shayne grows from this, and the duo was a pretty cute couple to watch together. They meshed well inside the house, but the little things kept them at number three.

2. Dom and Georgia

Francesca shocked the world by doing the ultimate swerve in the boardroom and going out on a date with Damian. Of course, Dom was heartbroken and almost on his way out the door until Georgia scooped him up. I am basing this list on what we see in the house, and these two had great vibes together, never fought, withstood some dates and drama, and never wavered one bit. I was FLOORED to see the duo WIN, but not shocked because of how likable they are. While I’m not sure this will be more than a friend thing outside of this house, they did provide some great moments in the house.

1. Joey and Kariselle

Joey and Kariselle land at number one for one reason and one reason alone, they withstood this entire show and were honestly a great match. Throughout the season, we saw couples come and go, but Joey and Kariselle battled their way through each competition, and all the new people came into the house without any waveri  ng of their foundation. I give them a ton of credit for their chemistry, winning competitions, and ultimately lasting the longest. Congrats to them! In my opinion, Joey and Kariselle should’ve won Perfect Match.

Who was your favorite couple of the five on Perfect Match? Let us know in the comments below. 

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