The Traitors star Mollie Pearce recently shed light on the aftermath of the tense finale, addressing the events that unfolded between her and Harry Clark after he controversially claimed the £95,000 prize. Mollie, visibly distressed during the concluding moments, had placed her trust in Harry’s loyalty, only to be betrayed when Jaz Singh called for a final vote, leaving both Mollie and Jaz empty-handed.
The heart-wrenching betrayal led to a public outcry, with Mollie expressing her dismay with a passionate outburst before storming out of the castle. Speculation about a feud between Mollie and Harry arose when fans noticed that they didn’t follow each other on social media and partied separately after the BBC’s finale viewing.
However, Mollie dispelled these rumors during a recent appearance on Lorraine, asserting that everything is “fine” between her and Harry. She shared insights into their first meeting after the dramatic conclusion, emphasizing that friendships formed during the game were authentic but susceptible to the challenges of the competition.
According to Mollie, she and Harry are on good terms, acknowledging the possibility of deception in the game. Reflecting on their post-finale interaction, she mentioned that Harry apologized, and she had her moment of processing the situation with support from her parents and boyfriend.
Mollie recalled the encounter, stating, “And then I saw Harry and think I called him another naughty word, and then we hugged and went back to normal. He won fair and square.”
Harry, expressing remorse for his role in the betrayal, shared his desire to speak with Mollie immediately after the final round table. Despite fearing Mollie’s reaction, he was surprised when she greeted him with a hug, expressing a mix of love and resentment. Mollie acknowledged the strategic aspect of the game and credited Harry for his gameplay, emphasizing that he deserved the win.
The Traitors finale brought an emotional rollercoaster, but Mollie’s revelation suggests that the relationships forged during the game remain intact despite the intense competition.