Mel Schilling teases game-changing and out of the blue MAFS Australia show first

As Married at First Sight Australia once again returns to our screens tonight (Monday March 6), fans will be pleased to heart that a new twist could change the course of the series in a brand new show first.

Appearing on Monday’s edition of This Morning ahead of the show’s return, MAFS love guru Mel Schilling gave viewers a behind the scenes look at the upcoming series as she dished the dirt on all the drama set to unfold, including a “complete game changer” that changed the course of the “entire experiment.”

If you’ve not seen the show before, the basic premise is that a team of experts, including Mel, and psychologist John Aiken and sexologist Alessandra Rampolla bring together pairs of singles based on their personality and psychological profiles rather than traditional looks


"We are actually pairing people up who have never met before, who probably wouldn't usually meet in real life, and they meet for the first time at the alter. They clasp eyes on each other for the first time- on their wedding day,” explained Mel.

Matching people by looking at data and through interviews, they pair people up by their values in a relationship and what they "need".

She added: "Really what it's about for us is the science. The big question here is: Can science predict love? And that is the question we're constantly seeking to understand."

One keen fan of the show, is This Morning host Holly Willoughby, who couldn’t resist quizzing her guest about what we will see in the new series.

She said: "So, there is a tease. And we saw it there in the trailer. There is something that happens in the first nine seconds that changes everything… what is it?"

Mel responded: "Holly, it's a complete game changer. Literally, the first ten seconds will change the course of the entire experiment. Something happens that is so out of the blue, it's never happened before, and it changes the way…"

Holly then interrupted, guessing: "Is someone already married?"

"There's a hypothesis, let's add that into the mix," said Mel, keeping her cards close to her chest as she refused to reveal the hame changing secret to the public.

Mel did however tease a little more about the upcoming scenes in an interview with Grazia, as she told fans: “Something happens at the very first wedding that is unprecedented. It's essentially a game changer for not just that couple, but for the experiment.”

In the same interview Mel also revealed that a number of other changes will take place this season, including some flexibility in the rules that allowed one couple to leave, despite one half voting to stay – although the circumstances behind the decision won’t be revealed until the show airs.

Married At First Sight Australia returns to E4 tonight, Monday, March 6 at 7.30pm.


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