Married at First Sight is looking for contestants for its UK series

Are you unlucky in love? Are you still looking for your happy ever after? Have you been hooked on the Aussie version of Married at First Sight?

If the answer is yes to all three, then read on because the makers of the show are looking for contestants to sign up for the UK version of the show.

For those that don't know about the hit TV series, Married at First Sight sees strangers paired together by experts and are married almost straight away.

The couples meet for the first time at the altar, before spending their wedding night in a hotel and then embarking on a honeymoon. After their honeymoon they live together for a while and decide whether they want to stay “married”.

The Aussie version was a surprise hit in the UK last summer, with viewers hooked on the dynamics of each relationship and the trials and tribulations of contestants being paired up for a life of matrimony with a stranger.

After five successful seasons in the UK, Channel 4 has decided that the British version needs a change and has decided on a “explosive makeover".

Releasing a statement, Channel 4 said that it is: "Taking inspiration from the hugely successful Australian version that gripped British viewers last summer [2020], the new UK series will be a bigger, more explosive take on the format, following a fresh batch of singles as they search for love and a happy-ever-after with complete strangers."

The statement continued: "Following the Australian format, rather than legal marriages, the couples will make a lifelong commitment to one another at a glamorous ceremony, overseen by a wedding celebrant, that includes guests, bridal gowns, dancing, speeches and cake.

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"After the ceremony and celebrations are over, true love is well and truly put to the test, as they embark on a luxurious honeymoon, before moving in with each other AND their fellow couples.

"Relationships will be put under the microscope, by fellow brides and grooms at weekly dinner parties – as well as by the experts, at recurring commitment ceremonies, where couples choose whether they want to stay in or leave the process.

"All this and more will build to a dramatic series finale: glossy, high-stakes vow renewals, in which each couple must decide if they will recommit to their partner or go their separate ways."

If you are up for the challenge and want to find love with a stranger then apply here using this form.

But you have to be quick as the closing date is looming. You need to be over 18 and available to start filming in Spring 2021 and you also have to be available to film for up to 9-10 weeks.

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