TV Married At First Sight: aka the gift that keeps on giving

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Anja_Nees

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There was an article about the various cosmetic procedures the participants had after the show. Can’t find it but Coco had fillers etc, Gonz, Patrick, Melissa and Jake had new teeth and Cam had a tattooed hairline. It was pretty much all of them.
 

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There was an article about the various cosmetic procedures the participants had after the show. Can’t find it but Coco had fillers etc, Gonz, Patrick, Melissa and Jake had new teeth and Cam had a tattooed hairline. It was pretty much all of them.
yeah its kind of strange, particularly the teeth thing as thats got to be north of 15-20K. Not somethng I would have thought they could all afford...unless its sponsership for spruiking Dr. Teeth whoever he is on the gram or whatever.
 

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yeah its kind of strange, particularly the teeth thing as thats got to be north of 15-20K. Not somethng I would have thought they could all afford...unless its sponsership for spruiking Dr. Teeth whoever he is on the gram or whatever.
No doubt he’s giving them a discount. I do wonder how much - if he’s doing it for free then yikes (probably $80k for the four that did it). Might be a significant discount or they pay for the materials only.

I’ll bet he got a heap of enquiries from the Insta crowd afterwards though.
 

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Bryce gives thumbs up to MAFS probe

› CONTROVERSIAL Married At First Sight groom BRYCE RUTHVEN has welcomed the Australian media watchdog’s probe into the hit relationships show.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) confirmed it was investigating viewer concerns about the 2021 season of MAFS to see if the show and Channel 9 had breached the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice.
Ruthven, who is expecting twins with his TV bride MELISSA RAWSON, said he was pleased the ACMA was officially looking into the program after he and Rawson were left furious at how their relationship was portrayed.
“What came out on screen was not how our relationship played out at all, so to us they have deliberately gone out of their way to manufacture a relationship that reflected domestic violence – which it never did,” he said.
“We are actually quite glad they are being investigated. I have had a gutful of it.
“We can understand as a viewer, people watching the show, how they would have been alarmed by certain things because us, ourselves, watching it and how they put it together, we thought it was disturbing to watch too.”
He said he had still not ruled out pursuing legal action against the show.
“We had legal firms reach out to us while we were on the show,” Ruthven said.
“We have never seriously looked into it … But for me it has basically ruined my career in radio.
“It basically damaged my potential earnings.
“If it takes much longer to find a job it (legal action) would be something you have to seriously consider especially with twins on the way.”

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