We stalked the complete season eight cast
The cast of season eight’s Married At First Sight has been leaked, so we did some investigating. Here’s everything you need to know.
While 2021 reality TV drama has already begun thanks to the Married at First Sight All-Stars reunion, you’ll want to brace yourselves for an even bigger storm when the actual new season drops in a few weeks.
What we know so far is that this coming season is all about “finding love, not fame”, but let’s be honest, it’s Married at First Sight and not everyone can be as humble as Jules and Cam.
Plus, The Wash has dug up the cast and we’ll let you make your own judgement on whether they’re on the show to find true love or just gain a few Instagram followers.
Married at First Sight 2021 cast
Samantha Jayne Harvey
The entrepreneur from Canberra is a single mum to two young boys and is the founder of Kaikora Australia and Milburn Estate, which she apparently started to support her little family.
Connie ‘Coco’ Stedman
The former police woman now owns KX Pilates Miranda in southern Sydney and is quite the influencer on Instagram. She got a divorce in early 2019.
Booka is an actual rockstar who tours the world with (pretty big) metal band Make Them Suffer. She’s also a huge mental health advocate.
Unfortunately Jo doesn’t have much of a social media presence. What we do know is that she’s one of the older cast members and has children.
Alana Sinead Lister
According to private intel sent to The Wash, she’s a “very nice” person.
The food blogger from Perth is already friends with quite a few former MAFS and The Bachelor stars.
Beth quit her retail job to study psychology because she’s passionate about helping people, which says a lot about the Perth-based bride. Let’s hope she can help some of the couples get through rough patches.
Other than knowing she’s from Melbourne and works in sports management, we know very little about Belinda. She apparently gets coupled with Patrick, who tbh, we know lesser about.
Brett’s occupation? Um, having long hair? Ramen-lover? Having the nickname ‘Scuba’? That’s literally all we know about him.
The 30-year-old works in media hosting the afternoon and weekend breakfast shifts on Canberra radio station HIT 104.7FM. According to the Daily Mail, Bryce split from his fiancée earlier this year. He’s quite the talent, too. In 2018 he won the 2018 Australian Commercial Radio Award for Best Music Presenter in the country category. And one last thing, he has over 12.3k Instagram followers already.
When the Melbourne-based boy isn’t working as a tradie, he’s doing charity work as the director of My Charity Change. And just because that’s not enough to juggle, he’s also a bodybuilder. Expect to see his muscles. A lot.
If you can’t remember everyone’s names, just remember James is the “rich car dude”. The luxury car salesman owns a company that turned over $11.2k in revenue in 2015 – alone! He loves traveling, sports and having fun, which are definitely things you can enjoy without anxiety when you’re making that much cash.
Jake is a former AFL player, who played for Carlton and Port Melbourne. He stepped away from his sports career to care for his mental health.
There’s not much goss about Jason. What we do know is that he’s from Toowoomba and loves to chill out at music festivals with the boys. Oh, and he’s a father to a black pug (if that’s even his dog).
We literally know nothing about this guy other than his first name is Patrick and he’s on the new season of MAFS. Patrick, please come forward.