MARRIED At First Sight’s experts Charlene Douglas, 41, Paul C Brunson, 47, and Mel Schilling, 50, have discussed the “emotional” impact the show can have.
The hit E4 show is due to return to screens in just a matter of days, packed with new concepts and participants, with the experts admitting it’ll promise “more drama than ever before.”
In an exclusive chat with The Sun, expert Charlene admitted that while she finds it easy to separate her personal life with her role on the show, she goes to therapy because it can be “emotionally taxing.”
She shared: “I go to therapy – for me it’s easy to separate the two, I love working with couples and I love what I do and I think it’s the most beautiful thing to help couples to move forward and progress.
“That said it can be emotionally taxing, so it’s important for me that when I come back home I am back to reality with my family, friends and dog because that keeps me sane and that’s so important.
“That way you’ll get a better version of me when I am back on set with the couples.”
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Adding to what Charlene said, fellow expert Paul C Brunson shared: “I go to therapy. I go to therapy constantly.”
The show is said to be packed with drama this year, with explosive scenes on a weekly basis.
There will be a huge new concept borrowed from the Australia version introduced too, that will see new “intruder” couples thrown in mid-way through the show which Mel says will “really throw a spanner in the works.”
She explained: “The new couples thrown in confronts the other couples and shakes up the social dynamic. We’ve really upped the ante this year.”
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Earlier this week, The Sun's exclusive clip revealed tantrums, tears and cheating couples.
Chanita, from Derby, doesn't hold back at one bitter dinner party, snapping at a man who isn't her husband: "Your wife's been chatting s**t about me."
The couples will also have a love and hate week, which, as expert Charlene explains, “is a chance for them to be really honest.”
Married At First Sight UK 2022 will air on Monday, August 29 on E4 at 9pm
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