Married At First Sight

A Married At First Sight all-star spin-off may be happening, so prepare for a whole lot more wine throwing

Clear your schedule and settle into the sofa.

By Maddison Hockey
With the first teasers for Married At First Sight Australia's 2021 season dropping, anticipation for the reality show's return and inevitable chaos that follows is at an all time high.
If you thought you were excited now, you better hold onto your garter belts, because a two-part all-star special is reportedly coming to our screens, too.
According to Daily Mail some of the series' most controversial stars are set to return for the TV event.
Jessika Power, Nasser Sultan, Dean Wells and Cyrell Paule have been named as returnees.
Dean became a villain after ditching wife Tracey for fellow bride, Davina. (Instagram)
"It's the worst kept secret. Nothing is kept sacred anymore," a production insider allegedly told the publication when they were approached for comment.
The show's success story couples, Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant, from season six, and Erin Bateman and Bryce Mohr, from season two are also reported to return.
Exactly how the special will play out has not been clarified but given it's alleged two-part format we can't imagine it involves any weddings.
We do predict, however, a whole season's worth of drama crammed into two episodes.
MAFS darlings Cam and Jules are rumoured to return, too. (Channel Nine)
MAFS regular season is also set to air next year, and we've already seen an official first sneak peek for the 2021 return.
The new season brings a new expert to the table - Alessandra Rampolla, who is replacing Dr Trisha Stratford.
The new expert is a certified clinical sexologist with over 20 years' experience, according to Nine.
"One of my strongest core beliefs is that sexual expression and compatibility are vital in building, nourishing and maintaining healthy romantic relationships, and it is my pleasure to help guide our participants in balancing this important factor in their brave quest for love," she said in a statement.

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