Married At First Sight

EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight's Cam and Jules say they'll "absolutely not" make a cameo next season

That chapter has closed!

By Alex Lilly
If you were hoping to see Married At First Sight's newlyweds make a comeback for next year's season, think again!
Speaking exclusively to Now To Love on the red carpet at the 2019 ARIA Awards, Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson confirmed that they will "absolutely not" make a cameo in next year's season - so there goes that rumour.
Newlyweds Jules and Cam looked picture perfect on the ARIA Awards red carpet. (Image: Getty Images)
Dressed in a camel two-piece ensemble by Luxe de Valentina, Jules looked radiant standing beside her new husband who wore a smart navy jacket with jeans and a white tee to Australia's biggest music event of the year.
But when we asked if they'll be making a little appearance on the next season, it was a hard and fast no from the pair.
"Absolutely not, I wouldn't think," Cam remarked before turning to his new wife who added, "No, I don't think so."
"I think we'll just be flying or flag for everyone on the show hopefully finding love and that's a beautiful thing, plus a bit of drama, everybody loves a bit of that as well," Cam added.
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However, the happy couple who met on the show will most definitely be tuning in from home.
"Absolutely! They will somehow find a way to top it, it's exciting," Cam tell us.
Jules adds, "It'll be bigger and better than our year, we can't wait to watch."
Like many of us, Jules and Cam confess that they'll be watching MAFS in the new year. (Image: Nine Network)
Jules and Cam made it official when they became the reality show's first official husband and wife in a lavish wedding televised on A Current Affair.
Dressed in a stunning pink Velani gown, Jules made the ultimate blushing bride as she and Cam exchanged vows at Sydney's Beta Bar and Alpha Restaurant and the happy couple certainly let their hair down at the reception.
Cam revealed to Now To Love that they were up "all hours" before adding "it took us a week to recover!"