'Why can't I meet a guy that actually likes me?' she asks relationship guru, John Aiken, who replied, 'How many guys are we talking about that have cheated on you?'
'Seven. And I've only dated eight,' Mishel admitted. Yes. SEVEN!
In a promo for the February 3 premiere, Mishel's daughter is seen begging her mother to reconsider her TV wedding to a total stranger.
And with good reason. Mishel learns that her new hubby is a... umm... CHEATER!
As sad as this is for Mish, it makes for excellent viewing. Sorry!
Next up on the lucky dip of love is Connie - a woman battling low self esteem and a livid mother.
Vanessa, who's insecure about acne scars she developed as a teen, says, 'We all have flaws and insecurities but that's what makes us a different type of perfect. Be happy with who you are.'
How will she feel about a groom with flaws?
Vanessa is no stranger to the reality TV dating world. She dated former MAFS star Bronson Norrish!
A former Miss Ink competitor and professional body-piercer, Tash is one half of Married At First Sight's first lesbian newlyweds, and considers herself 'sexually fluid.'
We'd say this 2020 cast member is a romantic. 'If i don't romanticise everything i do i’ll die,' she tells her Instagram followers.
In the show's extended promo, Tash is seen holding hands with her new bride, Amanda. Could this be her happily ever after?
A 'strength and mindset coach', this lover of 'Sneakers & Versace' marries Tash on season seven of MAFS.
In the promo, Amanda is seen in tears as some of her loved ones refuse to show up for the show's first ever same sex wedding.
We have our fingers crossed for these two!
Natasha type is older men, but after her engagement to a 50-year-old fizzled, she wants to break bad habits to find her soul mate.
Stacey is a lawyer, a single mum and 'an overachiever with a grounded family life' with a broken engagement under her belt.
She can be seen in this season's promo having difficulty breathing in her wedding dress and engaging in a dinner party showdown.
'It's Cathy ya dogs,' is how she introduces herself on Instagram, while describing herself as a 'Youtuber and Meme Lord.'
The social media star says she's got serious trust issues and documents her bad dating history via her YouTube account.
If there's one reoccurring theme from this year's crop of brides, it's tattoos - and Hayley is no exception.
A recovering drug addict, according to Daily Mail, Hayley will bring the drama to the famous MAFS dinner parties.
In 2020, Lizzie returns to our screens 10kg lighter with more body ink than ever before.
Not happy with how things panned out the first time around, Lizzie is back and looking for hubby 2.0.
As for whether she's finally met the man of her dreams, stay tuned!
A real estate agent and singing teacher, Aleks is no stranger to reality TV.
She appeared on another dating show, Take Me Out. At the time, she said she had no time for gym junkies.
These days, the Perth-dweller says she's got to be less picky if she plans on settling down.
The barber from inner-city Melbourne is no stranger to reality TV, having dated 2018 MasterChef Australia winner, Diana Chan.
On his Instagram account, the testicular cancer survivor advises his followers, 'Therapy is expensive. Get a haircut instead. We're great listeners.'
Now, will he listen to his new bride? Happy wife, happy life!
Young Mikey considers himself a bit of a high-roller. An awkward high-roller.
Proud of his private school education, Mikey's keen to share his dosh with the woman of his dreams, and perhaps a few selfies on his Instagram account.
The Sydneysider is no stranger to Instagram, having appeared in the glossy posts of fitness influencer, Katie Williams, whom he used to date.
A man with 'traditional family values,' this Ukranian-born groom was happy to be filmed urinating on his wedding day.
Plus, he hopes 'his new bride sticks around long enough' to see he's much more than his offensive opinions.
Who's the lucky lady?
With dreams of getting in shape, Michael became a millionaire at just 24, when he became a shareholder in the ice business, a family enterprise.
By 'ice' we mean he actually makes ice cubes. Nothing illegal here.
The Scottish import, who now calls Adelaide home, might be one of the most polarising grooms this season.
Another single parent, Chris is a father to two young boys, and dreams of a forever marriage, just like his parents'.
Before saying 'I do' on national television, Chris had two failed engagements.
According to reports, David is a 'wannabe cowboy who is looking to lasso a wife.'
Josh wants everyone to know he is no longer Lord of the Dancefloor. He hung up his white snakeskin loafers because he's looking for love.
After losing the love of life because of his party boy lifestyle, Josh has learned from his mistakes... or has he?
His story play
A single dad to girls, Luke says after his decade-long marriage ended, he fell in love with a woman who left him for his neighbour!
Here's hoping his bride is faithful!