MAFS viewers furious as show introduces new pair of intruders – can you see why?

MARRIED at First Sight British viewers were left fuming after the show introduced a new pair of intruders.

Adrienne Naylor, 27, and Matt Pilmoor, 29, abandoned the experiment midway through the series on Monday’s episode.

Adrienne joined the experiment


Adrienne joined the experimentPhoto credit: Channel 4
Matt has joined the cast


Matt has joined the castPhoto credit: Matt Monfredi / Channel 4

The recent influx of participants will undoubtedly continue to shake things up.

But viewers were less than impressed as it distracted from the drama that was already prevalent among the current contestants.

Fans took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to vent their frustrations, with one writing: “More couples? …”

A second wrote: “I turned from a good show to MAFS and went straight to a new couple sob story. I did that. I’m turning back.”

“More couples, we’re all here for the drama of those we already know,” said a third.

This comes after it was revealed that Luke Worley was kicked off the show after punching his co-star Jordan Gayle.

Channel 4 bosses have sacked the 30-year-old salesman from Essex with immediate effect after he shocked both cast and crew with his aggressive behavior.

Tensions between the two will reportedly increase this week as contestants will eventually come to blows over their differences.

“The fight was caught on camera, meaning there’s a good chance it could be featured in the most explosive scenes ever to air on Married At First Sight UK,” an insider said MailOnline.

Jordan was allowed to stay on the show because Luke instigated the fight.

Earlier in the series, Brad Skelly was removed from the program after showing signs of “controlling and obsessive” behavior towards Shona Manderson.

He accused the show of being manipulated to make him the “villain” and has since started a relationship with Hollie Baldwin.

Gary B. Graves

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