Brides and grooms will be expertly matched in this social experiment, and their relationships will be fast-tracked through challenges and romantic hurdles that haven’t been seen before in any season of Married at First Sight.
Each couple on Married at First Sight will meet for the very first time when they walk down the aisle on their wedding day, and their relationship will be under the microscope as Australia watches them experience the highs and lows of marriage at full speed.
The Married at First Sight Experts
This year on Married at First Sight, Puerto Rican clinical sexologist Alessandra Rampolla joins relationship experts Mel Schilling and John Aiken in their endeavour to match hopeful new singles with the love of their lives.
The Brides and Grooms of Married at First Sight in 2021 are:
Alana, 30, QLD Teacher
Beth, 39, WA, Retail Worker/Student
Coco, 30, NSW Pilates Studio Owner
Samantha, 31, ACT Property Developer
Joanne, 39, VIC Barber
Belinda, 29, VIC Door-to-door Sales
Booka, 31, WA Musician/Mental heath worker
Melissa, 31, VIC Workplace Trainer
Rebecca, 27, WA Business Manager
Brett, 31, VIC Student/Electrician
Bryce, 31, ACT Radio Announcer
Cameron, 32, VIC Crane Operator
Jake, 32, VIC Charity CEO
James, 44, VIC, Prestige Car Company Owner Melbourne, VIC
Jason, 35, QLD Construction Estimator
Patrick, 27, VIC Personal Trainer
Rusell, 37, SA Diesel Mechanic
Sam, 32, VIC, Construction/Clothing Brand Owner
Following the Married at First Sight Reunion
This isn’t the first MAFS content of the year with the Married at First Sight Grand Reunion airing over two nights before the Australian Open kicked off.
The reunion brought back some of the show’s biggest names back to talk about what they’ve been up to since they left the experiment.
Returning from Season 5 (2018) was Dean Wells, Tracy Jewel, Ashley Irvin, Sarah Roza, Charlene Perera, Jo McPharlin, Nasser Sultan, Ryan Gallagher, and Troy Delmege.
From Season 6 (2019) was Cyrell Paule, Ines Basic, Jessika Power, Martha Kalifatidis, Michael Brunelli and Mike Gunner. And from Season 7 (2020), Lizzie Sobinoff and Sebastian Guilhaus returned.
Part one of the two-part special featured all the returning participants sitting back down at the infamous dinner party table and the tell-all confession couch. In part two of the reunion, the group joined Married at First Sight relationship experts John Aiken and Mel Schilling who caught up with each participant to see what they’ve been doing since the experiment.
The Married at First Sight special event had 866,000 on the Sunday night followed by 781,000 viewers the following evening.