Former Bachelorette Angie Kent warns against starring on Married At First Sight

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Bachelorette star Angie Kent warns future contestants of Married At First Sight that they won’t find love on the show: ‘It’s extremely detrimental to one’s mental health’

Angie Kent has sent a warning to the future contestants of Married At First Sight.

The former Bachelorette, 32, wrote in her column for Yahoo! Lifestyle on Friday that while the show may be addictive for viewers, for the stars it would ‘f*ck you up’.

Angie, who has since split with her 2019 Bachelorette season winner Carlin Sterritt, went on to suggest that the stars know their chances of finding ‘The One’ are slim.

Vocal: Former Bachelorette Angie Kent (pictured), 32, has warned the future contestants of Married At First Sight that the show is'extremely detrimental to one's mental health to watch'

Vocal: Former Bachelorette Angie Kent (pictured), 32, has warned the future contestants of Married At First Sight that the show is ‘extremely detrimental to one’s mental health to watch’

‘I must say, as much as this show is a guilty pleasure, it is extremely detrimental to one’s mental health to watch, so I cannot even imagine being a part of it. That would really f*ck you up,’ Angie said in her chilling warning to future MAFS contestants.

The former Gogglebox star said she’s not going to try and invest too much of her ‘precious kind heart’ in to the contestants, as they know what they’re signing up for.  

‘Just watch any of the last four seasons to know that you’ve got about a one in a million shot of finding your future husband and/or wife, and if you think you are going to go on and get a solid edit.. you probs won’t, hey (sic),’ she wrote.

Angie concluded by suggesting they get on dating apps like Tinder or Hinge unless they ‘want most of Australia to know all of your business’.   

Downside of MAFS: Angie wrote in her column for Yahoo! Lifestyle on Friday that while the show may be addictive for viewers, for the stars it would'f*ck you up'. Pictured: Olivia Frazer

Downside of MAFS: Angie wrote in her column for Yahoo! Lifestyle on Friday that while the show may be addictive for viewers, for the stars it would ‘f*ck you up’. Pictured: Olivia Frazer 

Knowing the score: The former Gogglebox star said she's not going to try and invest too much of her'precious kind heart' in to the contestants, as they know what they're signing up for. Pictured: Brent Vitiello

Knowing the score: The former Gogglebox star said she’s not going to try and invest too much of her ‘precious kind heart’ in to the contestants, as they know what they’re signing up for. Pictured: Brent Vitiello 

The blonde beauty made headlines back in July 2020 when she split from her Bachelorette season winner, Carlin.

In December last year, she blasted Carlin on her Nova podcast Two Girls One Pod, claiming to her co-host Yvie Jones that he wanted her to look ‘like a Barbie doll’ during their romance.

She also claimed he refused to adopt an ‘ugly dog’ because it wasn’t ‘aesthetically pleasing’.   

Angie started the chat by talking about her appearance on The Bachelorette, saying that at the time she would change her looks in an attempt to impress men – but realises now that only led to attracting the wrong kind of people. 

Love at first swipe: Angie concluded by suggesting they get on dating apps like Tinder or Hinge unless they'want most of Australia to know all of your business'. Pictured: Tamara Djordjevic

Love at first swipe: Angie concluded by suggesting they get on dating apps like Tinder or Hinge unless they ‘want most of Australia to know all of your business’. Pictured: Tamara Djordjevic 

Reality TV romance: Angie made headlines back in July 2020 when she split from her Bachelorette 2019 season winner, Carlin Sterritt (pictured together)

Reality TV romance: Angie made headlines back in July 2020 when she split from her Bachelorette 2019 season winner, Carlin Sterritt (pictured together)

‘I’m gonna attract people that I don’t really like, because I don’t like being 48 kilos and drinking too much and having to look like a doll all the time,’ she said.

‘I’m going to end up with Carlin, and look how swimmingly that turned out. I don’t want to attract that s**t. I want to look like this and attract a really nice human.’

Cuttingly, she added: ‘And no offence to him. I’m sure you know, he’s a great partner to a Barbie doll… but not for this guy.’

Carlin has since defended himself, denying Angie’s ‘ridiculous’ claims and saying he’s ‘moved on’ from their failed romance. 

Making headlines: In December last year, she claimed Carlin wanted her to look'like a Barbie doll' during their romance. Carlin has since denied the claim, calling it'ridiculous'

Making headlines: In December last year, she claimed Carlin wanted her to look ‘like a Barbie doll’ during their romance. Carlin has since denied the claim, calling it ‘ridiculous’

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