The Married At First Sight all-stars reunion airs in just a few weeks’ time, and while plenty of brides and grooms were welcomed back, a few were left without an invite.
According to New Idea, one of the franchise’s most popular stars was ‘blacklisted’ – even though his outspoken ex was offered a spot.
Channel Nine apparently made sure Telv Williams wasn’t involved in any way, but interestingly his former ‘wife’ Sarah Roza will be making a comeback in the two-part special.
Not invited! Married At First Sight star Telv Williams (left) was reportedly ‘blacklisted’ from the all-stars reunion, despite his ex-‘wife’ Sarah Roza (together, right) being offered a spot
‘Only season five and six stars were called back,’ a source told the magazine, noting that participants from earlier seasons were thought to be ‘way too boring’.
While Telv was supposedly ‘blacklisted’, others such as Samuel Ball were invited but simply didn’t show up for the shoot.
A handful of notorious ex-contestants were also offered generous contracts but couldn’t be persuaded to return.
Former ‘villain’ Davina Rankin apparently turned down the offer, with New Idea’s source saying: ‘She’s a mum now, I think she’s just moved on.’
No-show: While Telv was supposedly ‘blacklisted’, others such as Samuel Ball (pictured) were invited but simply didn’t show up for the shoot, reports New Idea
The reunion special was filmed in Lilyfield, Sydney, over two nights in December.
Nasser Sultan dramatically stormed out on night one of the shoot after an explosive clash with Cyrell Paule.
According to fellow cast member Jessika Power, the fame-hungry star decided to leave because he was ‘butt hurt’ after the entire cast turned on him.
The blonde, 28, opened up about what really happened in the lead-up to Nasser’s exit on the Reality TV & Me podcast, in an interview recorded shortly after the event.
Gone! The reunion special was filmed in Lilyfield, Sydney, over two nights in December. Nasser Sultan dramatically stormed out on night one of the shoot after a clash with Cyrell Paule
‘I think he was a bit butt hurt when he got off his season that he didn’t get on that level [of fame] that his other co-stars were at,’ she said.
‘Nasser has hurt a lot of people with his words the Internet. He hides behind a lot of fake accounts, he constantly trolls everybody,’ she added.
‘He’s trolled people’s family members, he’s trolled people’s relationships, he’s trolled our appearances. He trolled the fact that we as influencers just get things handed to us, but he doesn’t understand the marketing strategy behind a lot of things as well.’
Truth exposed: According to fellow cast member Jessika Power, fame-hungry Nasser decided to leave because he was ‘butt hurt’ after the entire cast turned on him
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia after his exit, Nasser revealed he’d argued with Cyrell and then the entire dinner party turned on him.
Nasser said Cyrell had demanded he apologise for ‘trolling her baby’ when she was pregnant.
She was referring to her son, Boston, now 10 months, whom she shares with her partner, former Love Island star Eden Dally.
‘She wanted me to me to apologise. She said I’m a troll, that I trolled her when she was pregnant, which there’s no way I did,’ Nasser said after the clash.
Feud: Nasser had stormed out of the dinner party after Cyrell (left, with her son, Boston, and partner, Eden Dally) accused him of trolling her while she was pregnant
You okay, hun? Jessika was also left shaken during the cast reunion. She was pictured in tears as she returned to her hotel following night one of filming
Things became so heated between them that it was difficult to watch, Jessika said.
‘He definitely did deserve what he got, [but] at one point I did feel a bit bad for him because he had everyone come at him,’ she said.
The MAFS all-stars reunion will be aired across two consecutive Sunday nights, with the first episode being shown on January 31 and the second on February 7.