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MAFS fans slam 'boring' UK version of the show as it prepares to debut on Australian television


Married At First Sight fans slam ‘boring’ UK version of the show as it prepares to debut on Australian television: ‘Their accents give me a headache!’

Married At First Sight fans have slammed the UK version of the show as it prepares to debut in Australia.

Channel Nine shared a trailer of the UK format to social media but Australian viewers criticised the series and the accents.

‘No thanks. The accent omg just… no. British accent give me headaches,’ one person commented.

'Their accents give me a headache!' Married At First Sight have fans slammed the 'boring' UK version of the show as it prepares to debut on Australian television

‘Their accents give me a headache!’ Married At First Sight have fans slammed the ‘boring’ UK version of the show as it prepares to debut on Australian television

‘It would be good if there were subtitles so I could actually understand what they are saying,’ another wrote.

‘Trust me, the UK one is rubbish compared to Australia,’ a third person agreed.

Another commented: ‘No thanks, their accents suck!’

Not a fan? Channel Nine shared a trailer of the UK format to social media but Australian viewers criticised the series and the accents

Not a fan? Channel Nine shared a trailer of the UK format to social media but Australian viewers criticised the series and the accents

‘It’s rubbish! Oz MAFS there’s no comparison. I can’t even entertain the UK one,’ one said.

The trailer features a mixture of accents ranging from Liverpool, Essex and North London accents.

MAFS UK sees a handful of couples meeting on their wedding day before each couple is sent off to live in their pairs, just the two of them.

'No thanks. The accent omg just... no. British accent give me headaches,' one person commented

‘No thanks. The accent omg just… no. British accent give me headaches,’ one person commented

They are then asked whether or not they want to remain as a couple.

MAFS Australia throws 10 couples together and puts them up in one house – similar to Love Island’s villa format.

They socialise together – which means some of the couples tend to stray – and have to attend weekly commitment ceremonies where they stay together or split.

Available now: The trailer features a mixture of accents ranging from Liverpool, Essex and North London accents. It is available to stream on 9Now

Available now: The trailer features a mixture of accents ranging from Liverpool, Essex and North London accents. It is available to stream on 9Now

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