Married At First Sight’s Ella Ding offers sage advice for upcoming participants 

EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Ella Ding offers sage advice for the participants who are currently filming season ten in Sydney

Filming for the 2023 season of Married At First Sight is well and truly underway.

And as next year’s brides and grooms prepare to settle into their new ‘married’ lives, Ella Ding, who appeared on last year’s series has offered words some advice.

‘Have no expectations and just try to have fun,’ Ella said while speaking to Daily Mail Australia last week.

Married At First Sight's Ella Ding (pictured) issued a warning to upcoming participants - as season 10 is being filmed in Sydney

Married At First Sight’s Ella Ding (pictured) issued a warning to upcoming participants – as season 10 is being filmed in Sydney

Ella went on to warn the brides and grooms: ‘Don’t feed into any of the bullsh*t.’

It comes after fellow groom Jackson Lonie shared red flags participants can look out for to know if producers have already come up with a story line for them. 

‘If you’re confused about something that’s being said that makes absolutely no sense they’ve already come up with a story line for you,’ Jackson warned. 

'Have no expectations and just try to have fun... and don't feed into the bullsh*t,' Ella warned while speaking to Daily Mail Australia last week

‘Have no expectations and just try to have fun… and don’t feed into the bullsh*t,’ Ella warned while speaking to Daily Mail Australia last week

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia last week, Jackson recalled: ‘There was one time when we were on the couch and what the experts were saying made absolutely no sense to us and anybody else.’ 

Jackson urged the new cast to pay attention to what the experts are saying to them at the commitment ceremonies as it will give you an indication to your storyline and not to be afraid of walking out at any time.

‘If you starting to feel like you are the bad guy then I’d be having chats with producers, but you’ve got to trust your gut,’ he said.

It comes after fellow groom Jackson Lonie shared red flags participants can look out for to know if producers have already come up with a story line for them

It comes after fellow groom Jackson Lonie shared red flags participants can look out for to know if producers have already come up with a story line for them 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Jackson urged the cast to pay attention to what the experts are saying to them as it will give you an indication to your storyline

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Jackson urged the cast to pay attention to what the experts are saying to them as it will give you an indication to your storyline

‘If you feel like your producer is pushing you in a certain direction it’s because they’ve created a narrative for you and you need to just do what’s right for you.’

Jackson revealed a secret trick he used while filming last year’s series if he didn’t want producers or camera crews to enter his room at a certain time.

‘I would just always answer the door naked so that they wouldn’t wanna come in,’ he laughed.

‘Me, Cody [Bromley] and Brent [Vitiello] would always catch up for drinks on the weekend because we weren’t allowed to go out because of COVID.’

'If you starting to feel like you are the bad guy then I'd be having chats with producers, but you've got to trust your gut,' he explained. Jackson is pictured with Olivia Frazer

 ‘If you starting to feel like you are the bad guy then I’d be having chats with producers, but you’ve got to trust your gut,’ he explained. Jackson is pictured with Olivia Frazer

Meanwhile, Matt Ridley, who was paired with Kate Laidlaw on this year's season, told the 2023 cast to 'be 100% unapologetically yourself'

Meanwhile, Matt Ridley, who was paired with Kate Laidlaw on this year’s season, told the 2023 cast to ‘be 100% unapologetically yourself’

Meanwhile, Matt Ridley, who was paired with Kate Laidlaw on this year’s season, told the 2023 cast to ‘be 100% unapologetically yourself’.

‘People know bulls**t, people see it and they call you out on it. Not just at the time of filming (within the group) but also when it goes to air,’ he warned.

‘If you are 100% yourself from the moment you arrive to when you leave the experiment, you will have nothing to worry about.’

'People know bulls**t, people see it and they call you out on it. Not just at the time of filming (within the group) but also when it goes to air,' he warned

‘People know bulls**t, people see it and they call you out on it. Not just at the time of filming (within the group) but also when it goes to air,’ he warned

'My advice to Season 10 couples is to work hard on your relationship. You are put together as a couple for a reason,' said Matt. Pictured with bride Kate Laidlaw

‘My advice to Season 10 couples is to work hard on your relationship. You are put together as a couple for a reason,’ said Matt. Pictured with bride Kate Laidlaw

‘You can walk away either in love with your partner, or with your head held high, being proud.

‘My advice to Season 10 couples is to work hard on your relationship. You are put together as a couple for a reason.’

‘Once you write “leave” on commitment night, there is usually no coming back. It sends a clear sign to your partner that you’re checking out and that you do not want to be there.

The cast will be paired by experts Mel Schilling, John Aitken and Alessandra Rampolla, who will all be returning for season ten next year. 

Brisbane-based business owner Melinda Willis will be among the 10 brides hoping to find love on the upcoming season. Pictured with her groom Layton Mills during a filming break

Brisbane-based business owner Melinda Willis will be among the 10 brides hoping to find love on the upcoming season. Pictured with her groom Layton Mills during a filming break

Also appearing on the show is Sydney content creator Tahnee Cook, who will be paired with professional voice over artist Oliver 'Ollie' Skelton. Pictured together during a filming bre

Also appearing on the show is Sydney content creator Tahnee Cook, who will be paired with professional voice over artist Oliver ‘Ollie’ Skelton. Pictured together during a filming bre

The 2023 season will see Alessandra Rampolla (centre) make a return as the show's resident sexologist. Pictured with Mel Schilling (right) and John Aitken (left)

The 2023 season will see Alessandra Rampolla (centre) make a return as the show’s resident sexologist. Pictured with Mel Schilling (right) and John Aitken (left)

Who will star on MAFS in 2023?

Content creator, Sydney

Personal trainer, Melbourne 

Makeup artist, Perth 

Childcare worker, Melbourne

Businesswoman, Brisbane 

Marketing agency owner, Gold Coast

Construction manager, Sydney

Duncan James

Duncan James

Insurance consultant, Sydney 

Sandy Jawanda

Sandy Jawanda

Dental therapist, Melbourne 

Senior marketer, Sydney

Influencer, Perth

Makeup artist, Brisbane 

Baker, Sydney

CEO, Sydney 

Estate manager, Sydney 

Hairdresser, Sydney 

Accountant, Perth

Voice over artist, Perth

Jesse Burford

Jesse Burford

 Marriage Celebrant, Perth

Cam Woods

Cam Woods

Tradie, Darwin 

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