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‘Married At First Sight South Africa’ Is Back; Big Opportunity For Singles To Find Love

Update Date: Apr 19, 2017 10:22 PM EDT
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Here's some info on ‘Married At First Sight South Africa.’ (Photo : YouTube / Lifetime Africa)

Good news for the bachelors, as entries for “Married At First Sight South Africa” is still open and you can go and participate if you have not come across your match. This is such a podium where strangers meet, fall in love, and get married.

What Happens To The Couples At “Married At First Sight?”

The concept of “Married At First Sight” is simple and peculiar too. Singles who want to get married should agree to become legally married at the first sight of their meet.

The show consists of a team of experts from diverse professions to judge the couples. They (the couples) won’t meet each other until they are walking down the aisle. The couples get to spend time together and even honeymoon, until they come to a point when they decide that their wedding was a boon or mistake.

The first local version of the worldwide hit show “Married At First Sight South Africa” premiered on A+E Network's Lifetime channel in Feb. On the other hand, now this is the time to celebrate and bid goodbye to the newly married couples who got married in “Married At First Sight” Season 4, as the show is finally over, Stuff reported.

According to Channel 24, the Co-Founder of Oxyg3n Media, Rebecca Fuller-Campbell, who is the Executive Producer for “Married At First Sight,” recently cited that they are seeking for singles who are committed to finding true love. That’s how they are trying to start the first season.

Hence, the potential participants must have an open mind to accept the process and regulations set for the show. They should also ensure that they are following it from start to end.

Entry Criteria For The Participants

The participants must only be single men and women, between the ages 24 and 40. The norms also included that the participants should never have any record of past marriage, nor ever had children. The management insisted that everyone visit their website www.marriedatfirstsight.co.za to get more details.

Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates on “Married At First Sight South Africa.”

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