Married At First Sight is coming back to the UK and show bosses are on the hunt for singletons to take part!
To apply, hopefuls need to fill out an application form which includes answering some detailed questions about themselves, and their intentions.
They’ll also be asked to upload a video, explaining why they should be selected.
To be eligible, applicants must be 18 years old or older and ‘ready for marriage’.
But unlike the Australian version of the hit show, couples won’t have to legally tie the knot. Instead, they’ll just be asked to take part in a commitment ceremony.
It might not seem as daring but this change will allow the singletons to explore all of their options, instead of being tied to one person.
Explaining the huge shakeup, a Channel 4 boss said: “Following the Australian format, rather than legal marriages, the couples will make a lifelong commitment to one another at a glamorous ceremony, overseen by a wedding celebrant, that includes guests, bridal gowns, dancing, speeches and cake.
“After the ceremony and celebrations are over, true love is well and truly put to the test, as they embark on a luxurious honeymoon, before moving in with each other AND their fellow couples.
“Relationships will be put under the microscope, by fellow brides and grooms at weekly dinner parties – as well as by the experts, at recurring commitment ceremonies, where couples choose whether they want to stay in or leave the process.
“All this and more will build to a dramatic series finale: glossy, high-stakes vow renewals, in which each couple must decide if they will recommit to their partner or go their separate ways.”
The Australian version of the show has been a huge hit with UK fans who have become obsessed with it in lockdown.
New episodes of Married At First Sight air on weeknights at 7:30pm on E4 and they are always jam-packed with drama.