Married at First Sight UK are looking for Irish contestants to take part in the upcoming series
Married at First Sight UK are looking for contestants to take part in the new series and applications are open to Irish people.
Anyone can apply for the show once they are over 18 years old.
The Australian version was one of the biggest hits on TV this year and it is now returning to the UK and is set to undergo an ‘explosive’ makeover, moving from Channel 4 to E4. A statement from E4 said ‘’ Wedding bells are ringing as Married at First Sight UK gets a major makeover for 2021’’.
The return of the UK show will follow the Australian format, which means you don't have to get legally married. Instead, you and your new "spouse" will take part in a luxurious "commitment ceremony" with all the trappings of a wedding, including the white dress, speeches, dances, cake, and guests.
To apply, you can email your name, age, and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org
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