Three Celebs Are Expected To Be Getting Hitched On ‘Married At First Sight’ Next Year
With The Bachelorette done and dusted for the year, Married at First Sight is just around the corner and the rumours over who will star in the 2021 season are going into overdrive.
During this year’s upfronts, Channel 9 promised that the upcoming season’s cast will be “the most genuine yet” and that the brides and grooms joining the series will be there for “love not fame”. However, in a teaser for the network’s 2021 line-up of shows, a few familiar faces were spotted among the MAFS contestants. That’s right, they’re already celebrities…well, semi-famous to be fair.
From a professional footy player to an actual rock star, next year’s MAFS is sure to be unlike any other season. Meet three rumoured MAFS contestants and find out their claim to fame…
Footy fans might recognise Jake as a previous AFL player for Carlton Football Club. He comes from an AFL family, with his great-grandfather, grandfather, father, and cousin all past VFL and AFL players.
Since leaving his AFL career, he has spoken out as a mental health advocate, creating program Outside the Locker Room, which provides support and education to sporting clubs and schools.
Both of Jake’s Instagram and Twitter accounts have been set to private, which is something commonly done by reality TV contestants before their television debut. We see you, Jake.
Booka is a member of hugely successful Perth-based metal band Make Them Suffer, joining the group in 2017. Along with landing hits on the ARIA charts in Australia, the band has toured the world and topped the Billboard charts in the US.
Booka is Make Them Suffer’s keyboardist, as well as lending her vocals on some of their tracks. She’s also in indie band Internet Friends.
Booka follows in the footsteps of last year’s MAFS contestant KC Osbourne, who had previously released a song in Australia called ‘Learn To Fly’, although it failed to set the charts alight.
While the above image is extremely blurry, Bryce was one of earliest rumoured contestants as it was reported in September that he had relocated to Sydney to film the series. He’s no stranger to the media, as a co-host of Canberra’s Hit 104.7 radio show Mobbs and Roses with Bryce.
According to the Daily Mail, Bryce took three-months of leave from his current gig, which conveniently lined up perfectly with the MAFS filming schedule. Like Jake, Bryce has changed his Instagram profile to private. Highly suspicious!
We will keep wildly speculating about the 2021 contestants until the full MAFS line-up drops. Your move, Channel 9.