Channel Nine has already unveiled its first teaser trailer for Married at First Sight Australia 2023 and good God, we aren’t ready at ALL.

The tenth season of the marriage experiment is well underway with filming in Sydney, and we’ve already investigated the whole cast within an inch of their lives.

Now, the network behind the ratings juggernaut has given fans a glimpse into what could be the most explosive season yet.

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Channel Nine has already unveiled its first look at Married at First Sight Australia 2023. Source: Nine.

The teaser premiered during Channel Nine’s 2023 Upfronts event on September 14, and featured five contestants who are set to tie the knot onscreen.

In the clip, one groom — clad in an obnoxiously bright hot pink suit — broke down in tears while reading his vows.

“Believe me when I say this is the best point in time for someone to be snatching me up,” he said.

“I don’t know where love has been hiding all these years… And I don’t know what more I can do to make my light any easier for love to find, because I swear I’m shining so brightly.”

His TV wife responded: “F*ck yeah, you are.”

The couple has been identified as Jesse Burford, a Perth-based musician and wedding celebrant, and Claire Nomarhas, an early childhood educator from Melbourne.

Who Else from Married at First Sight Australia 2023 Was Seen In the Trailer?

Makeup artist and TikTok star Janelle Han was also visible in Nine’s taster for Married at First Sight 2023.

The online sensation, who helms over 508,000 followers on the video-sharing app, was also joined by Noosa-based chippy Harrison Boon and Queenslander Melinda Willis.

Nine’s Upfronts come after damning claims suggested the network is flailing for brands to partner with them.

What Have Sources Said About Married at First Sight‘s Brand Partners?

In early September, Yahoo! Lifestyle reported that Channel Nine bosses were struggling to sell advertisements for the series due to its scandals and cast affiliations with OnlyFans.

However, when approached by So Dramatic!, the network rejected the “utterly baseless claims”.

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Now, as reported in episode 213 of the So Dramatic! podcast, a talent manager confirmed that brands are STILL concerned about contestants’ risqué careers.

“Some of our brand partners are begging us to check thoroughly on everyone associated with Channel Nine (MAFS in particular) as OnlyFans causes issues for family-focused brands they run,” they said.

Adding that it’s “not a stance against sex work”, the insider said that companies targeting families “can’t crossover” with NSFW content.

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