Looking for love? Casting is officially open for Married at First Sight 2023

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Bring in fresh bodies! Married at First Sight issues casting call for the 2023 season immediately after the finale episode ends – and here’s how hopeful contestants can apply

This year’s season of Married at First Sight ended on Monday night and the show is already looking for next year’s participants.

Channel Nine and producers Endemol Shine Australia posted a casting call to the show’s official social media channels immediately after the final episode aired.

A hyperlink leads potential brides and grooms ‘looking for their soulmates’ to the application form, with applications having already been open since February. 

Looking for love? Casting is officially open for Married at First Sight 2023 - and here's how you can apply. Pictured: Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie

Looking for love? Casting is officially open for Married at First Sight 2023 – and here’s how you can apply. Pictured: Olivia Frazer and Jackson Lonie 

‘Married At First Sight is searching for men and women of all ages and backgrounds who are genuinely committed to finding love,’ the application says.

‘This groundbreaking social experiment uses science and psychology to help Australian singles meet their perfect partner. But there’s a catch… you won’t get to meet your future husband or wife until your wedding day!’

‘This is not a competition and there is no cash prize up for grabs. Instead, you could walk away with the most valuable prize of all… true love.’

Coming soon: According to the casting call, the show will be filming between early July and November 2022. Pictured: Domenica Calarco and Jack Millar

Coming soon: According to the casting call, the show will be filming between early July and November 2022. Pictured: Domenica Calarco and Jack Millar

It also insists that the future couples must be, ‘genuine about finding love’.

According to the casting call, the show will be filmed between July and November 2022.

Interested parties can apply via the show’s casting website, marriedatfirstsightcasting.com.au.

Apply now: Interested parties can apply via the show's casting website marriedatfirstsightcasting.com.au

Apply now: Interested parties can apply via the show’s casting website marriedatfirstsightcasting.com.au

Perception: It comes after Married At First Sight's explosive reunion episode aired on Monday night. During the reunion,'villain' Olivia Frazer admitted that she has some regrets

Perception: It comes after Married At First Sight’s explosive reunion episode aired on Monday night. During the reunion, ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer admitted that she has some regrets

It comes after Married At First Sight’s explosive reunion episode aired on Monday night.

During the reunion, ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer admitted that she has some regrets.

The 28-year-old, who discovered a nude OnlyFans photo of Domenica Calarco and shared it with her co-stars, confessed to relationship expert John Aiken that she regretted how she ‘spoke’ to her rival.

It came just moments after Domenica, 29, shut down Olivia’s claim that they ‘clashed because they are similar’, with Domenica stating: ‘Please don’t compare me to you’.

Scandal: The 28-year-old, who discovered a nude OnlyFans photo of Domenica Calarco and shared it with her co-stars, confessed to relationship expert John Aiken that she regretted how she'spoke' to her rival

Scandal: The 28-year-old, who discovered a nude OnlyFans photo of Domenica Calarco and shared it with her co-stars, confessed to relationship expert John Aiken that she regretted how she ‘spoke’ to her rival 

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