Other former brides like Domenica Calarco make bank with sharing less explicit exclusives on the site, and Hayley Vernon revealed this week that she works as a high-class escort.
But a source has claimed that all these connections between former MAFS stars and the sex industry has made it difficult for producers to market the show to advertisers.
“The ratings may be great, but many big brands don’t want to go near Married At First Sight as it’s too controversial and doesn’t align with their values as a business," they told Yahoo! Lifestyle.
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“The growing, and highly publicised, trend of past participants turning to porn and sex work is one of the main reasons many family-friendly brands are staying clear.”
Another source claimed many Aussies now view the show as “a stepping stone into sex work”, but Nine representatives have dismissed the claims as “baseless”.
“Nine rejects the utterly baseless claims made by Yahoo! Lifestyle,” they said in a statement.
If advertisers were to pull out of supporting a show like MAFS, it could lead to budget cuts that would force the show to lower its production value and possibly even cut future seasons short.
Some shows could even face being pulled off the air altogether if they lost support from advertisers or the network.
Fortunately, Nine has reassured fans that won’t be happening to MAFS any time soon.
The show has always been on the scandalous side and seeing its stars go on to make more x-rated career moves after the cameras stop rolling doesn’t appear to be a problem for now.