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Bryce Ruthven has easily been the person on this latest season of Married At First Sight Australia to get all the attention.
Based off what has happened on and off the show, the former radio presenter has received way more headlines than any other participant.
He's also been subjected to some pretty severe scrutiny by the public, which even sparked an online petition calling for Channel 9 to put a warning label on his relationship.
But Bryce reckons he's the victim of a dodgy edit by the producers and his future is looking grim.
The show officially wrapped up on the weekend and now all the contestants are having to resume their normal life with a bit more fame than when they walked in.
Bryce is worried his portrayal on the show will affect his career opportunities.
"Yeah I think the show stuffed my career up, I said that to the execs on the show on a phone cool recently, I said you've stuffed up my whole career for me with the way you've portrayed me," he told Nova's Fitzy and Wippa radio show.
"Yes I've said some things and done some things myself, but at the same time too we've got people like Pat and Belinda and Johnny and Kerry, they were happy to celebrate their love story.
"But you've got others like Alana and Jason they had such a horrid time on the experiment. Jason is my best mate and I'll call it for what it is: he went through the absolute ringer and got made to look like an absolute idiot where it was the shoe on the other foot."
He was asked whether he had any advice for people considering applying for future seasons of the show.
Bryce replied with: "Really have a good hard think if that's what you want to go through."
He added: "When people say to me do you want to go on the show, do it at your own peril."
The former radio presenter's wife on the show, Melissa Rawson, had a similarly ominous message for future participants.
"I would [tell them to] tread carefully. If you're very confident outspoken and quite cocky person, you might enjoy the experience and hopefully get matched with somebody that is a similar personality," she said.
"Because if you get matched like us it's probably destined to fail and it will take a lot of work outside of the experiment."
Bryce has been accused of going on the reality TV dating show to increase his public profile, however he's denied that idea.
Melissa also told Channel 9 she's still working full time and didn't go on the programme for 'fame or infamy'.
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