1. Oh. MAFS’ Lizzie has opened up about this year’s contestants and called their behaviour “frustrating”.
Married at First Sight repeat-contestant, Elizabeth Sobinoff, has spoken about this year’s MAFS cast and it’s safe to say, she is less than impressed with their behaviour.
Lizzie will be joining the 2020 cast soon and will try to find love for the second time, following her unsuccessful experience last season with Sam Ball.
And in an interview with news.com.au, Sobinoff has compared the contestants from each year, looking quite favourably on the 2019 cast.
“Last year everyone was quite wild and out there but here’s the thing, they were all passionate,” she said.
“The majority of them wanted to be there and at the dinner parties they all wanted to talk about the other relationships and really get into it. I feel like this season, they were all on tippy toes… I feel like people wanted to say more, but they weren’t.”
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I am no stranger to this journey. I had put myself out there and had nearly every possible situation thrown at me. I survived. Though throughout all the disappointment and criticism I did not have a partner by my side. The reason I originally started this crazy journey. I’m back. Forever hopeful, forever optimistic. I’m stripped back and ready to find my other half. I deserve happiness. #MAFS
She then continued to comment on her new co-stars, touching on the rumour-filled media coverage caused by loose-lipped brides and grooms. (Been living under a rock? You can catch up on all the rumours here.)
“It’s disappointing and it’s upsetting and frustrating. I understand if something slips out … because it’s already happened. But the fact that they’re actually going into detail about things, it’s frustrating, totally frustrating,” she added.