"This change will overcome Nine's main problems of coaching talent on how to deal with tricky questions and will allow the network to cut out any content that may contribute to potential issues for the contestants," the outlet claimed.
Channel Nine presenter Shelly Horton will reportedly return and host the show alone this year, as Jayne Azzopardi is currently on maternity leave.
As we know, the show was canned last year after whispers grew that the unruly series was harming contestants' mental health.
“All reality TV pushes limits but I am concerned they are going one step too far and it is going to all collapse and that’s not good for the industry,” a well-placed television executive told the Daily Telegraph after the news broke.
“We have never seen conduct like this on Australian television before.”
Talking Married host Shelly echoed a similar sentiment, claiming last year that she too was concerned for the contestants who were struggling to cope during the lengthy segments.
"I'm sad to see Talking Married axed but I got to co-host two seasons," she began. "Live TV can be brutal for all involved. oh well, you don't go into the media for stability. Not my first rodeo."