MAFS Wives Manage Not To Kill One Another During Stunning Body Positive Bikini Shoot

MAFS Wives Manage Not To Kill One Another During Stunning Body Positive Bikini Shoot

If you can say one thing about the stars of this year’s series of Married At First Sight they’re proving exceptional at milking their 15-minutes of fame.

Following on from reports last week that some of the show’s contestants were asking big money for radio interviews comes the latest issue of the Bauer-owned women’s gossip magazine NW featuring a bikini shoot with seven of the wives from this year’s series.

However, it’s not been explained why MAFS wives Jo McPharlin, Charlene Perera, Melissa Walsh and Gabrielle Bartlett did not participate in the shoot.

4A54DDC100000578-0-image-a-22_1521425381578 The photos tick all the tasteful, body-positive boxes, however, NW reports the smiling images belied ongoing tensions between the girls.

“While it may have been smiles on set, behind the scenes it took only seconds for the waterworks to begin and the claws to come out,” NW revealed in the accompanying article.

“However, Tracey Jewel wasn’t feeling the love, with the girls isolating her from the fun. As for Ashley Irvin and Carly Bowyer, who are caught in a love triangle with Troy Delmege? Let’s just say they’re far from friends…”




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