The Married At First Sight UK crew went out for a big party during filming. Despite the presence of a welfare team, the group is said to have been in a lot of trouble. An insider told the Daily Mail: “The actors got to know each other better on a night out two weeks into filming, and were supported by the welfare team.” They continue the party at home in a flat in Wembley, where producers have set them up to live with their new husband during the series. But the evening takes an unexpected turn and three members of the cast are reprimanded for their actions the next day.
The source said officials at Channel 4 were so angry about the “breach of the rules” that a legal team was appointed to draft new contracts banning all participants from being in central London. The production team spoke to the entire crew individually or in pairs and warned them how serious the situation was. The network also threatened to remove three people from the series due to their “unruly partisan behavior.”
However, the response from Channel 4 went wrong with the actors who were not present on that raucous evening. They considered the decision to punish them as a group “unfair.” They accused the producers of treating them “like children” after “stripping” them of their privileges.
This isn’t the first controversy surrounding the British version of “Blind Married” this year. The chain provided a scoop. For the first time, a transgender person, Ella Morgan (29 years old), will participate in the program. The trailer for one episode shows Ella confessing to her groom that she is transgender. He, in turn, reacts with extreme shock and claims that he did not know this beforehand. But then it turns out the whole thing was just a set-up because Channel 4 claims the groom had already been informed.
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