If we’ve learned anything about Married at First Sight Australia, it’s that the infamous experiment is the perfect launchpad for stars looking to start a lucrative career on OnlyFans.
ICYMI: OnlyFans is a website known for its adult content, where users can pay to view exclusive, and usually explicit, content from creators.
The controversial website was a huge point of contention during the 2022 season of MAFS, with Olivia Frazer exposing a racy pic shared on the platform by Domenica Calarco.
However, while Domenica’s castmates reportedly turn on the bride for her online antics, we’re sure she’s having the last laugh — including Olivia, who now has her OWN page!
After all, countless former MAFS babes have carved out some pretty lucrative careers on the highly contended website since leaving the experiment. And, it’s 2022 people — what a woman chooses to do with her body is totally her choice!
So, keep scrolling to see which Married at First Sight stars have made it big on OnlyFans.
Taking to her Instagram Story, the intruder bride teased that she “might be doing a little something tonight” alongside a screenshot of a follower’s DM telling her to start a “bio link” — A.K.A the home of every reality star’s OnlyFans link.
In a subsequent post, Jessica shared a snap of herself in fishnet stockings alongside a button directing fans to her bio.
Despite only just going public with the OnlyFans account, it appears that the TV bride started the page in May. However, only a number of posts have since been shared.
For prying eyes, fans can access Jessica’s exclusive content for $11 per month.
Following in the footsteps of his co-stars, MAFS 2022‘s Mitch Eynaud launched his OnlyFans page in July.
The 27-year-old took to Instagram to promote his new venture, penning “we on” alongside a shirtless thirst trap as a little taster.
If you’re interested in having a geez at Mitch’s content to see whether he’s just wiggin’ brah, a subscription will set you back $14.99 a month.
Or, if you’re in it for the long haul, you can nab 20 per cent off by subscribing for three months at $35.98. What a bargain!
His OnlyFans bio also reads “my personal vault”, which is a direct nod to *that* folder of nudes he referenced on the show…
MAFS 2021 intruder bride Jaimie Gardner kickstarted her own OnlyFans account after being inspired by Domenica.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, June 5, the reality contestant said she’d been toying with the idea of joining the platform “for a while”.
“It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while, sort of since Domenica’s ‘my body my choice’ movement’,” she revealed. “I set up an account and it’s been a couple of weeks but I’ve been a bit nervous, so here I am…
“If you ask me what kind of content I’m putting up there, you’ll have to go find out.”
Following in his TV wife Olivia’s footsteps, Jackson Lonie revealed to fans that he would be baring all on OnlyFans… with a bizarre AF musical number.
“Big venture, a lot of you have already guessed it,” a shirtless Jackson told his 126,000 followers on June 4. “That’s it, I’m starting an OnlyFans.”
Urging people to “get involved”, he then gave what is hopefully NOT a taster as to what premium OnlyFans subscribers will be privy to — a lil’ jig to Rod Stewart‘s Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?.
Olivia surprised Married at First Sight fans when she announced that she had joined OnlyFans, after circulating Domenica’s OF pic during the season.
On July 2, 2022, Olivia mentioned during an Instagram Q&A that she had “two-point-nine” subscribers on OnlyFans.
“I have 2.9 very happy subscribers,” she said, later confirming she meant “2.9K” or 2,900.
If Olivia has already 2,900 subscribers (with a subscription rate of $14.99), she could have made at least $43,000 in the past week!
Just one week earlier, on May 25, the reality star announced that “O F by OliveFrazer” was now live.
Jessika Power has perhaps had the most successful OnlyFans career of former MAFS stars since her foray onto the platform in August 2021.
The serial reality star, who appeared on Married at First Sight in 2019, dished to the Herald Sun that she made a jaw-dropping $50,000 in her first five days on the site.
The Daily Telegraph later crunched some numbers, sussing that if Jessika has 9000 subscribers who pay $15 each monthly, the TV bride has to be raking in over $100k per month. Ka-ching!
As for those slamming the now-international personality, Jessika claims she “[doesn’t] give a sh*t” what they have to say.
Taking to her Instagram Story in December 2021, she said: “[There’s] comments being made about me and my exclusive content page by people who I don’t know and who just really should keep their opinions to themselves ‘cause I don’t give a sh*t”.
“Do you know literally within the last hour of me making that little rant about the exclusive website, I have in my statements on my account in there, I’ve got $2,000 worth of subscribers… I am going to cry all the way to the bank.”
Known for her salacious affair with Sam Ball during MAFS‘ sixth season, Ines Basic has capitalised on her reality TV fame to a whopping extent.
In July 2021, the 32-year-old divulged to Daily Mail Australia that she’d earned a mega $80K since joining OnlyFans earlier that month.
Despite the criticisms, Ines said she had “no regrets” about joining the website.
“As soon as I made an announcement saying I was doing OnlyFans I had hundreds of message requests,” she said. “My fans are so respectful and it creates an environment where I feel comfortable to truly be myself and bring out my sexual alter ego.”
While some creators spend their earnings on flashy handbags or fancy cars, the former TV villain revealed she had plans for “investing into property”.
Married at First Sight 2020 bride Hayley Vernon revealed in Todd Sampson‘s Mirror Mirror documentary that she’s been making up to $30,000 per month since turning to the adult content platform mid-2020.
In the Channel 10 doco, which premiered in September 2021, the 32-year-old said that she’s “utilising [her] Instagram to draw traffic to OnlyFans”.
As for the content, Hayley spilled that she shares both softcore and hardcore porn, adding that it’s “incredibly empowering” to “profit from [her] own work”.
As much as creating content on OnlyFans is about empowerment, for some, it’s a lucrative means to support their families.
Former MAFS bride and mum-of-two Mishel Karen first joined the platform to pay the bills after losing her job.
Chatting to the Daily Telegraph in 2022, the 51-year-old revealed that she’s using her X-rated hustle to support her kids, Eva, 19 and Sam, 21.
“Being a single mum, I have never really had extra cash to do much with or to live an extravagant life, but I just don’t want my children to have to struggle to pay bills or be in debt,” she told the publication.
Now, she earns anywhere between $5,000 and $7,000 per month on the controversial site.
After shooting to stardom on the eighth season of Married at First Sight, Alana Lister joined OnlyFans in mid-2021.
The 31-year-old revealed that she was charging subscribers $20 per month to access racy pics and clips that she claims wouldn’t be allowed on general social media.
“I had all these bikini and lingerie pics from shoots that I didn’t upload to Instagram because they seemed a little too sexual,” she confessed to Daily Mail, after noting she was “sick of the Karens” telling her what she should and shouldn’t post online.
She continued: “People have a problem with anything I do either way. Women should be allowed to feel sexy.”
In early 2022, MAFS 2020 bride Amanda Micallef announced that she would be getting her kit off on OnlyFans.
“It’s going to be really tasteful,” she confessed when asked what type of content she’ll be releasing. “It’s not going to probably be what you expect [sic].”
So Dramatic! understands that the former TV bride charging upwards of $150 to gain access to each video behind the paywall.
However, Amanda hit a snag in her online success when she was charged with distributing intimate images and videos without consent in February.
The charge — which is commonly known as ‘revenge porn’ — sits under Section 223 of the Criminal Code Act, stating that it is “an offence to distribute intimate images of a person without the person’s permission in a way that could cause the person distress.”
The maximum penalty for this offence is three years imprisonment if found guilty.
While we do not know which images and videos Amanda has been charged with distributing, she has recently been sharing content on her OnlyFans which were graphic and sexual in nature. Some of the footage also featured an ex-partner.
The matter is currently before the courts.
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