MAFS: Olivia Frazer teases a return to reality TV – with one condition

By | November 9, 2022

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Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer has suggested she may return to reality TV – but only if she gets to do it with her brother.

The former teaching assistant, 29, previously vowed to stay away from television after getting the ‘villain edit’ on MAFS this year.

But she revealed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she’d be willing to go on The Block with her brother Tommy, who is a carpenter.

Married At First Sight star Olivia Frazer has suggested she may return to reality TV – but only if she gets to do it with her brother Tommy

When a fan asked her if she’d do reality TV again, Olivia immediately said ‘absolutely not’, before quickly changing her tune.

‘My brother is trying to convince me to do The Block,’ she said. ‘My brother is way more charismatic than I am, and he’s a carpenter, so it would be alright.’

However, she admitted to having a few misgivings about the idea.

Firstly, she would need permission from MAFS’ production company Endemol Shine to do another show, which they’d never give her because ‘they f**king hate me’.

Despite her bad experience on MAFS, she said during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she'd be willing to go on The Block with her brother Tommy (centre right), who is a carpenter

Despite her bad experience on MAFS, she said during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she'd be willing to go on The Block with her brother Tommy (centre right), who is a carpenter

Despite her bad experience on MAFS, she said during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she’d be willing to go on The Block with her brother Tommy (centre right), who is a carpenter 

She also said she ‘doesn’t trust the editing process’. 

‘I haven’t watched The Block in years, I don’t trust what’s going on,’ she added, revealing her first stint on reality TV ‘didn’t go well’.

Olivia has previously complained about getting a ‘villain edit’ and says she was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers.

She has previously complained about her 'villain edit' and says she was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers. (Pictured with ex Jackson Lonie)

She has previously complained about her 'villain edit' and says she was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers. (Pictured with ex Jackson Lonie)

She has previously complained about her ‘villain edit’ and says she was forced to resign from her teaching job because of the brutal backlash from viewers. (Pictured with ex Jackson Lonie)

Olivia, from the NSW Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year's season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco

Olivia, from the NSW Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year's season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco

Olivia, from the NSW Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year’s season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco 

Olivia, from the NSW Central Coast, was labelled public enemy No. 1 on this year’s season of MAFS after her feud with rival bride Domenica Calarco. 

Domenica was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive.

However, sources have confirmed to Daily Mail Australia this did not tell the full story.

One of the show’s participants broke ranks to reveal Domenica’s behaviour during filming was just as bad as Olivia’s.

Domenica (pictured) was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive

Domenica (pictured) was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive

Domenica (pictured) was given a sympathetic edit after being outed as an OnlyFans model by Olivia, who in turn was portrayed as mean-spirited and vindictive 

Cody Bromley said the feud between the warring brides could ‘easily’ have been edited to make Domenica the villain, adding: ‘There were no heroes or villains.’

‘It’s a shame. The edit could have gone either way with the whole Domenica and Olivia thing,’ he said.

‘[The edit] could have easily made Dom look like the villain and Liv look like the hero, but it didn’t pan out like that.

‘It’s just a shame to see that there is that divide and a lot of people being nasty.’

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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