MAFS Australia: Wild Partner Swap Challenge for the 2023 Season

Married At First Sight will feature a bombastic twist in 2023.

While there have been cheating scandals in recent years, couples are actively encouraged to swap partners in the 2023 season.

Relationships “will be tested like never before when a partner swap scheme is introduced,” a source on set told Daily Mail Australia.

Married At First Sight will feature a bombastic twist in 2023. (Pictured: Bride Melinda Willis)

Married At First Sight will feature a bombastic twist in 2023. (Pictured: Bride Melinda Willis)

Married At First Sight will feature a bombastic twist in 2023. (Pictured: Bride Melinda Willis)

“They really stepped up this year. They got different couples to swap partners for three days and it was hell for everyone involved,” the insider added.

“I don’t know if it was because there were too many couples at the end and they just wanted to test who’s real or not, or they just wanted to shake things up.

“Some participants refused to do this. They saw no point in it and said, “There’s no way that would happen in the outside world.”

While there have been cheating scandals in recent years, couples are actively encouraged to swap partners in the 2023 season. (Pictured: relationship expert Mel Schilling)

While there have been cheating scandals in recent years, couples are actively encouraged to swap partners in the 2023 season. (Pictured: relationship expert Mel Schilling)

While there have been cheating scandals in recent years, couples are actively encouraged to swap partners in the 2023 season. (Pictured: relationship expert Mel Schilling)

The insider claimed relationship experts John Aiken, Alessandra Rampolla and Mel Schilling gave the go-ahead for the partner swap task.

The contestants had to live with another partner at Skye Suites, the Sydney apartment building where MAFS is filmed, for three days to test their chemistry “while doing their best to avoid temptation,” the source added.

The decision to take up the role caught many by surprise after pundits condemned Daniel Holmes and Carolina Santos for cheating on their partners this year.

“They really stepped up this year. They got different couples to swap partners for three days and it was hell for everyone involved,

“They really stepped up this year. They got different couples to swap partners for three days and it was hell for everyone involved,

“They really stepped up this year. They got different couples to swap partners for three days and it was hell for everyone involved,” the insider added. (Pictured: Groom Cam Woods)

The participants had to live with another partner for three days to test their chemistry

The participants had to live with another partner for three days to test their chemistry

The participants had to live with another partner for three days to test their chemistry “while doing their best to avoid temptation,” the source added. (Pictured: Groom Harrison Boon)

The task is said to have sparked several feuds between different brides. (Two brides pictured arguing during filming of the show)

The task is said to have sparked several feuds between different brides. (Two brides pictured arguing during filming of the show)

The task is said to have sparked several feuds between different brides. (Two brides pictured arguing during filming of the show)

Carolina and Daniel were summarily kicked off the show and told not to continue as a new couple despite falling in love.

The couple, who have since split, were mocked by the pundits and their co-stars for even suggesting they be allowed back into the experiment.

Married At First Sight returns to Channel Nine in January 2023

The decision to take up the task surprised many after pundits condemned Daniel Holmes (right) and Carolina Santos (left) for cheating on their partners this year

The decision to take up the task surprised many after pundits condemned Daniel Holmes (right) and Carolina Santos (left) for cheating on their partners this year

The decision to take up the task surprised many after pundits condemned Daniel Holmes (right) and Carolina Santos (left) for cheating on their partners this year

Who will play in MAFS in 2023?

Public Relations, Sydney

Businesswoman, Brisbane

Personal Trainer, Melbourne

Makeup Artist, Perth

Childcare worker, Melbourne

Marketing Agency Owner, Gold Coast

Site Manager, Sydney

Duncan James

Duncan James

Duncan James

Cyber ​​Security Analyst, Sydney

Senior Marketer, Sydney

cam forest

cam forest

cam forest

Tradition, Darwin

Influencers, Perth

CEO, Sydney

Makeup Artist, Brisbane

Property Manager, Sydney

Jess Burford

Jess Burford

Jess Burford

Wedding Revelers, Perth

Baker, Sydney

Speaker, Perth

Sandy Jawanda

Sandy Jawanda

Sandy Jawanda

Dental Therapist, Melbourne

Barber, Sydney

Accountant, Perth

If you have a tip about any of the contestants, email tips@dailymail.com

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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