Ever since the sixth season of Married At First Sight Australia started airing on E4, fans have been transfixed by the participants’ love lives and who will make it in the long run.
When people take part in the programme, they place their trust in a panel of experts to fix them up with their perfect partner… who they meet for the very first time on their wedding day.
While the series in general is known for its drama, the Australian version of the show has a reputation for boasting extremely dramatic moments.
Even though season six of Married At First Sight Australia was filmed in 2019, viewers in the UK are still in the midst of watching everything unfold.
Here’s where you can find all the cast on Instagram, some of whom (*spoiler warning*) have stayed together while others drifted apart:
Heidi, who says on her Instagram that she is an ambassador for a charity called Inclusive Kids, has 192k followers.
Mike is a hairline tattooist, stating that ‘seeing someone walk out of the studio feeling more confident is so satisfying’.
‘Be the reason someone smiles,’ Cam says on his Instagram profile, which has 278k followers.
Earlier this month, Jules shared a post expressing her ‘appreciation’ for the fact that ‘Downunder most of us are living our best life despite even the unpredictable dreaded Covid19 lurking around us’.
Martha has close to 400k followers on Instagram, recently sharing a tutorial of her go-to 15-minute make-up routine.
Michael is an online personal trainer, recently sharing a video of some of his biggest pet peeves in the gym.
Jessika told her followers that she’s looking forward to ‘smashing some of her goals’ in 2021.
Mick looked as happy as can be making friends with a group of lambs in Queensland.
Although he has almost 100k followers, Dan hasn’t shared a post on Instagram since October 2020, although he has posted on his Story.
Tamara has posted several sunny selfies as of late, one of which shows her wearing a leopard-print bikini by a pool.
Last year, Cyrell – who has over 260k followers on Instagram – gave birth to a son, named Boston.
Nic warned UK viewers of Married At First Sight Australia season six that he ‘cannot be anymore awkward if you try’.
Not long ago, Sam shared a picture of himself at the gym, joking in the caption: ‘They say curls get the girls…. I can’t see any girls.’
On a recent ‘last minute trip’, Elizabeth shared a picture of herself by the sea.
Ines has 179k followers on Instagram.
Before taking part in Married At First Sight Australia, Bronson participated in Ninja Warrior Australia.
Earlier this month, Lauren shared a picture in which she reminisced about being able to travel internationally before the pandemic, writing: ‘This photo clearly illustrates how happy travelling makes me.’
While Matthew has over 70k followers on Instagram, his last post was shared in January 2020.
Ning famously said ‘I’m just here for the food and the drinks, not to meet you’ in her wedding vows on Married At First Sight, which she continues to quote online.
Mark warned Married At First Sight Australia fans in the UK that there’s plenty of drama to come, writing in an Instagram caption: ‘If you think the first few weeks are chaotic… BUCKLE UP.’
With 123k followers on the social media platform, Melissa has a simple motto that she lives by in her bio: ‘Life is short. Make every hair flick count.’
Dino states on his Instagram profile that he is a meditation, spirituality and nutrition coach, boasting close to 100k followers.
While Susie deleted her own Instagram account, her partner, former professional rugby league player Todd Carney, shares pictures of her on his.
Billy has over 50k followers on Instagram, stating in a post shared in April 2020 that he’s rediscovered a passion for water sports.
Married At First Sight Australia: Season 6 continues tonight at 7.30pm on E4.
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