MAFS 2023: Everything We Know About the Drama-Filled Reunion
The “Married At First Sight” experiment is almost over, can you believe it? It feels like just yesterday we were watching Harrison gaslight Bronte at their wedding.
But you know what that means next, right? The REUNION! The show always goes out with a bang when all (well most) of the participants return several months after filming stops.
They sit in front of the experts for one last time, giving an update on what’s been going on since they left. For some, it’s a happy ending. Others, well… you know the drill. So, here’s everything we know about the “MAFS” Reunion so far.
What Can We Expect at the MAFS Reunion?
We’ve already seen relationships explode in the experiment with issues bubbling up for several couples. Claire cheated on Jesse with fellow groom Adam. Shannon told Caitlin that he’s still in love with his ex-fiancée. Dan publically admitted he isn’t sexually attracted to his ‘wife”, then proceeded to sleep with her. And two of the grooms have been accused of gaslighting and emotional abuse. Talk about drama.
If it’s anything like previous ones, there’s sure to be several allegations thrown around, like potential couple swapping. The Daily Mail Australia reports that Lyndall has had “a secret tryst” with Joshua, who was paired with Melissa on the show. The pair are alleged to have “hooked up” at a post-finale party in December.
We’ll have to wait and see what comes out.
When Is the MAFS Reunion?
While no date has been officially confirmed yet, we are just weeks away from the reunion gracing our screens. We’ll be updating this article with details, so be sure to check back.
“Married At First Sight” airs Sunday at 7.00pm and Monday — Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.