Looking for Love? Here’s How to Apply for “MAFS” 2025

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Ready for the next season of “MAFS”? The producers are already looking for the next batch of singles to cast in 2025. Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or just craving some screen time, it’s your moment to shine on season 11 of “MAFS”. Channel 9 is casting “men and women of all ages and backgrounds who are genuinely committed to finding love.” Below, find out how to apply for “MAFS”.

Before you start getting your applications ready, keep in mind that signing up means dedicating four whole months to filming, from early July to November this year. And while you’ll be earning a daily rate, don’t expect a cash jackpot waiting for you at the finish line.

Sure, the show’s success rate with lovebirds isn’t exactly stellar, but hey, stranger things have happened. Who knows? You might just find your perfect match amidst the chaos of reality TV.

Cam Merchant and Jules Robinson from Season 6 have tied the knot and are now raising a two-year-old son. Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli from Season 6 have gotten engaged and now have a child. Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven from Season 8 have tied the knot and are now raising twins.

Related: “MAFS” 2024 Recap: Tori Declares She’s “Top of the Food Chain”

How to Apply for “MAFS” 2025?

If you’re ready to take a chance on love, apply now. You could be the next “MAFS” success story. Or you could just gain some new followers or veneers.

But, there’s a few things to consider first.

Firstly, you need to be an Australian citizen aged 25 or above. Ideally, you’ll be someone who’s “single and genuinely seeking love” although we all know this isn’t a strict rule.

Once you meet these criteria, you’ll need to tackle the extensive application form. It starts with standard questions and gradually delves into more intimate topics, probing your reasons for seeking love, your familial dynamics, and your ideal partner traits.

We recommend you read some of our recaps before you take the plunge, just to get yourself familiar with all the drama.

“Married At First Sight” airs Sunday at 7.00pm and Monday — Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 9 and 9Now.

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