It’s the reality TV show which promises to match real life singles who are looking for love.
But this year’s season of Married At First Sight has been more like a soap opera, with the reality TV show offering shock twists and turns worthy of the Bold and The Beautiful.
From glaring continuity errors, allegations of relationships being faked for publicity and hiring contestants from agencies, Daily Mail Australia takes a look at all the signs that Married At First Sight could be fake.
Married At First Sight experts don’t have final say on contestants
On Married At First Sight’s opening episodes, love experts John Aiken, Mel Schilling, and Dr Trisha Stratford are seen matching singles from a long list of suitors, based on science and compatibility.
But in reality, the show’s producers and network bosses have the final say on who is matched together on Married At First Sight.
The show’s executive producer Tara McWilliams told The New Daily last month that she will ‘audition them all personally’ before they go on the show.