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Inside the ‘twisted’ new season of Married At First Sight 2023

EXCLUSIVE: Inside the ‘twisted’ new season of Married At First Sight as it’s revealed season 10 will be rocked by a C-bomb scandal

The new season of Married At First Sight will return to Channel Nine next month and the upcoming instalment is going to be the most explosive one yet.

While previous years have featured controversial topics, the 2023 season will feature a ‘twisted’ challenge from the experts encouraging them to swap partners.

Daily Mail Australia also understands that the upcoming series will be rocked by a C-bomb scandal, after a groom labels his bride Tayla Winter ‘a nightmare’.

The new season of Married At First Sight will return next month and the upcoming instalment is going to be the most explosive one yet. Pictured: Mel Schilling and Alessandra Rampolla

A production source has let slip that Tayla will confront her groom, previously identified as Hugo Armstrong, after a butt-dial revealed what he really thought of her.

‘Tayla heard him calling her a c**t … she felt humiliated,’ said the source.

Tayla and her groom’s relationship will be at the centre of the drama throughout the series.

Daily Mail Australia also understands that the upcoming series will be rocked by a C-bomb scandal, after a groom labels his bride Tayla Winter (pictured) 'a nightmare'

Daily Mail Australia also understands that the upcoming series will be rocked by a C-bomb scandal, after a groom labels his bride Tayla Winter (pictured) ‘a nightmare’

The Hobart-based beauty has been described as a 'Tasmanian Tiger' and will surprise both her groom and co-stars at an upcoming dinner party

The Hobart-based beauty has been described as a ‘Tasmanian Tiger’ and will surprise both her groom and co-stars at an upcoming dinner party

The Hobart-based beauty has been described as a ‘Tasmanian Tiger’ and will surprise both her groom and co-stars at an upcoming dinner party. 

Next year’s couples will be tested like never before when a partner-swapping task is introduced.

As previously reported by Daily Mail Australia, an insider let slip: ‘They’ve really upped the ante this year. They made different couples swap partners for three days and it was hell for all involved.’

Tayla and Hugo's relationship will be at the centre of the drama throughout the series. Both pictured in Sydney during a filming break

Tayla and Hugo’s relationship will be at the centre of the drama throughout the series. Both pictured in Sydney during a filming break

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

‘Some participants refused to do it. They didn’t see the point of it and were like, “No way this would happen on the outside world.”‘

The insider claimed the partner-swapping task was given the green light by relationship experts John Aiken, Alessandra Rampolla and Mel Schilling.

While previous years have featured cheating scandals, the 2023 season will see the couples actively encouraged to swap partners. (Pictured: relationship expert Mel Schilling)

While previous years have featured cheating scandals, the 2023 season will see the couples actively encouraged to swap partners. (Pictured: relationship expert Mel Schilling)

'They've really upped the ante this year. They made different couples swap partners for three days and it was hell for all involved,' the insider added. (Pictured: groom Cam Woods)

‘They’ve really upped the ante this year. They made different couples swap partners for three days and it was hell for all involved,’ the insider added. (Pictured: groom Cam Woods)

Participants 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,’ added the source.

Another source has since claimed that the controversial task was introduced as a way for partners to get honest feedback about their relationships.

The new season of Married At First Sight is coming in 2023. 

Participants had to live with another partner for three days to test their chemistry 'while doing their best to avoid temptation,' added the source. (Pictured: groom Harrison Boon)

Participants had to live with another partner for three days to test their chemistry ‘while doing their best to avoid temptation,’ added the source. (Pictured: groom Harrison Boon)

The task is reported to have kicked off several feuds between different brides. (Pictured two brides feuding while filming the show)

The task is reported to have kicked off several feuds between different brides. (Pictured two brides feuding while filming the show) 



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