We’re deep in the throes of Married at First Sight 2019 (seriously, is it still going?) and the catfights and controversies are coming thick and fast.
But at the heart of it, this is a show about lasting love. At least, that’s what it was meant to be about, but it’s kind of fallen short on that front in a major way.
While other reality shows like The Bachelor and Dancing With The Stars have produced long-running relationships, MAFS has had far less success.
But maybe this season will be different? To find out whether true love is on the cards, we tapped psycho-sexologist Chantelle Otten, Director of the Australian Institute of Sexology and Sexual Medicine, and asked her to identify the pairings that might actually last beyond the show.