The 53-year-old left the show just months into the controversial experiment claiming 'the differences between us are too vast'.
Married at First Sight favourite John has revealed he is still single and on the hunt for a new love interest.In a tell-all interview with A Current Affair on Tuesday night, John said he was still yet to find 'that special somebody'.Genetic studies of the Rapa Nui of Easter Island reveal a small percentage of Native American ancestry (8%).To be fair, this study also revealed 16% European ancestry for the Rapa Nui.Although it is plausible that Polynesia was settled by ancient South Americans, all the genetic, linguistic, and ethnographic evidence points toward a predominantly southeast Asian origin.
The two main theories today are called the Express Train Hypothesis and the Slow Boat Hypothesis.
One early theory of the origin of Polynesians is that they came from South America and sailed west eventually reaching the Polynesian triangle.
This was proposed by the archaeologist, writer, and explorer Thor Heyerdahl, who even constructed a Polynesian outrigger canoe and, with a team, sailed it west of Easter Island from the South American coast.
'I'd be very interested to know.'Deb was vocal about her disappointment with John on the show, revealing she wanted to be matched with a Polynesian person.'I was expecting a Polynesian person from the Islands,' she said.
While John admitted he had no luck finding a love interest following the show, he said he still held out hope.
Polynesians are famous for their voyages to remote islands in distant parts of the Pacific.