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Applications For The Next Season Of Married At First Sight Australia Are Already Open

Charisa Bossinakis

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Applications For The Next Season Of Married At First Sight Australia Are Already Open

Following the chaos of the final week of Married At First Sight (MAFS), full of gaslighting, lies and Sass & Bide rental dresses, Channel Nine and Endemol Shine Australia have already begun casting for the next season.

Channel Nine has just dropped applications for the upcoming season, with shooting taking place later this year.

 The application reads: “Married At First Sight is searching for men and women of all ages and backgrounds who are genuinely committed to finding love."

“This groundbreaking social experiment uses science and psychology to help Australian singles meet their perfect partner. But there’s a catch… you won’t get to meet your future husband or wife until your wedding day!”

They also reinforced that reality show is seeking talent ‘genuine’ about finding love rather than looking for the next Martha Kalifatidis or Triple J co-host.

“This is not a competition and there is no cash prize up for grabs. Instead, you could walk away with the most valuable prize of all… true love.”

The application also insisted that future couples must be 'genuine about finding love'.

The application comes after the highly anticipated season finale aired last night (April 4), with cast members taking to the couch to rewatch their experience on the show.

Fans took to Twitter, venting their frustration with this season’s villain Olivia Frazer, who copped a lot of heat after sharing an OnlyFans photo of a fellow bride without their knowledge.

One fan wrote: “I think it’s truly beautiful how hating Olivia has brought us all together.”

Another wrote: “Olivia is the perfect example of white woman playing victim but being the one causing all the problems. Violence isn’t just physical. She is a vile person.”

While another commented: “Channel 9 downplaying the volatile nature of Olivia is a disservice to Dom and to any viewer who has experienced bullying. What a bloody shame."

Want in on the action? What are you waiting for? Apply now - or miss out on true love.

Featured Image Credit: Nine/Married At First Sight

Topics: News

Charisa Bossinakis
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