Married At First Sight Spoilers: All About The MAFS Questionnaire
Married At First Sight spoilers and updates tease that we are three seasons back to back of terrible matches and this has left fans wondering, what kind of questions the producers ask the candidates who get chosen to be matched and Married at First Sight.
Season 16 will feature couples from Nashville and premiere in January 2023. Presently, season 17 which will feature couples from Denver, is accepting applications and now casting.
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Married At First Sight Spoilers – Questions
In the first part of the online application, applicants are asked their names, address, phone number, email, date of birth, emergency contact, are they a US citizen, passport status, if they have lived outside the US in the last 10 years, highest level of education completed, current occupation, height, weight, cultural background, how important is it for them to be matched with the same race or ethnicity, what ethnicities are they comfortable to be matched with, do they have any deal breakers, their eye color, hair color, have they been married before, would they be comfortable marrying someone who was married before, do they have children, do they want children, they have to upload a recent face photo, they have upload a recent full body photo, they have to upload a 15 second video telling why they want to be married at first sight, Facebook profile, Instagram profile, Twitter profile, TikTok profile, languages, when was their last relationship and how long, where is their hometown, what was their childhood like, are their parents still together, what does family mean to them, two would they describe their dating life, how important is physical attraction, what are their physical deal breakers, what are the top five non-physical qualities they look for, what are their non-physical deal breakers, why do they think they are ready to get married, what does marriage mean to them, current living situation, tattoos, piercings, religion, smoker, interested in?, what pronouns do they use, vaccinated against COVID, have they been on television before, will they relocate, 3 personal references, do they know the experts, do they want to refer anyone.
A whopping 70 questions in all. And, prior to those, there are another 30.
Married At First Sight Updates – What’s Missing?
What about asking the candidates what they want in a future marriage and their values? And there are there no questions about finances, politics, pets, or hobbies, there just seems like there are so many more questions they could ask, or perhaps replace with the ones above that are superficial.
What do you think about the questions, and what would you change?
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