Married At First Sight

Let the drama begin: We finally know when Married At First Sight 2020 starts

And Lizzie is back!

By Alex Lilly
The latest Married At First Sight trailer has dropped and we have learned two juicy nuggets of information from it.
Not only is one of our faves from last season returning for a second shot at love, but we also have a premiere date to mark in our diaries.
A visual representation of how excited we are. (Image: Nine Network)
Yes, the time has finally come and now Channel Nine has revealed that the 2020 season will kick off on Monday February 3 so get ready to cancel plans for the months following.
Despite rumours, all three experts John Aiken, Trisha Stratford and Mel Schilling will be back for another season and after watching the latest trailer, we have a bit of a better idea of what to expect.
All three original experts are returning for 2020. (Image: Nine Network)
Channel Nine's trailer gave us some more insights into this year's brides and grooms who will be taking part in the ultimate experiment.
While we don't know too much about them, we can expect to see a same-sex coupling, someone's dad refusing to attend the ceremony and many tears.
But we will also see the return of Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Sobinoff, who starred on last year's season.
"I'm going to get the love that I deserve," the new brunette says in the trailer before crossing her fingers.
Lizzie is back...and she's brunette! (Image: Nine Network)
Last year wasn't exactly smooth sailing for Lizzie in the love department.
Not only did her groom Sam Ball fat shame her on their wedding day, but he also cheated on her with fellow bride Ines Basic in what was one of the most controversial moments on Aussie reality TV.
However by the time the finale rolled round, Lizzie had secured herself as an unlikely feminist icon when she slammed her on-screen husband.
WATCH BELOW: Lizzie's empowering speech during the MAFS finale. Post continues after video...
Lizzie is rumoured to be entering the experiment with former AFL player Sebastian Guilhaus as an intruder couple, but is seems he's no stranger to controversy.
In fact, according to Woman's Day, in 2018 the Woodville-West Torrens ruckman was fined $10,000 and served a three-match ban for comments on social media dissing the SANFL.