How do I apply for Married At First Sight UK? | The Sun

IF you're finding it difficult to find that perfect someone and settle down and get married, well you might have another option to explore.

This is how you apply for Married at First Sight UK – the show that pairs up single strangers and marries them off.

How do I apply for Married At First Sight UK?

Calling all singletons, this is your chance to meet the love of your life, with a group of experts ready to match you to your future husband or wife.

To apply to be on MAFS UK all you need to do is send an email with your name, age, and contact number to [email protected]

Applicants must be over 18, and not have been married before.

You can find out more on the Channel 4 website.

When do applications open for Married At First Sight UK?

You can apply to be on the show right NOW.

Channel 4 have teased: "We’re looking for brave singles for potential future series of Married at First Sight.

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"In this unique relationship series about married life, a panel of matchmaking experts will be there to help you find the one."

However, they have said due to the sheer volume of applicants they may not be able to get back to everyone who applies.

How does Married At First Sight UK work?

Following the success of Married At First Sight Australia, the UK is now ditching its original format and adopting the Aussie blueprint instead.

This means the show will start with ten couples, who share an apartment in the same building – much like the Love Island villa.

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They reconvene at weekly commitment ceremonies — and have  explosive dinner parties.

UK producers are hoping to replicate some of the drama of MAFS Australia, which has had us all hooked since January 2021.

The aim is to sex-up the show so it corners the youth market that currently tunes into Love Island on ITV2.

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