Mel Schilling admits MAFS editing can be ‘biased’ and urges anyone ‘fragile’ to avoid applying


Married At First Sight’s Mel Schilling admits the show’s editing can be ‘biased’ and urges anyone who is ‘a bit fragile’ to avoid applying

Married At First Sight’s relationship expert Mel Schilling has spoken out about the show’s editing techniques.

The 50-year-old told Nova’s Separate Bathrooms podcast, the show’s editing can be ‘biased’.

‘There is a level of editing that’s biased and is to create a story,’ Mel said.

Married At First Sight's Mel Schilling has admitted the show's editing can be 'biased' and urged anyone who is 'a bit fragile' to avoid applying

Married At First Sight’s Mel Schilling has admitted the show’s editing can be ‘biased’ and urged anyone who is ‘a bit fragile’ to avoid applying

‘This show has morphed into something that is so big and such an entertaining juggernaut that that’s where the focus is.’

Mel also urged anyone who is ‘a bit fragile’ to avoid applying for the Channel Nine dating show.

‘I think the people that get the actual growth out of this process are the ones that have probably done a bit of work on themselves first,’ she explained.

'There is a level of editing that's biased and is to create a story. This show has morphed into something that is so big and such an entertaining juggernaut that that's where the focus is,' she said

‘There is a level of editing that’s biased and is to create a story. This show has morphed into something that is so big and such an entertaining juggernaut that that’s where the focus is,’ she said

‘So those more naive characters that come into the experiment, and don’t really know how to manage themselves or to cope with that kind of pressure, I think, find it really hard.’

Mel went on to say: ‘And so, I wouldn’t recommend someone who was a bit fragile, going through the show.’

It comes after Mel recently set the record straight on how much power producers really have on the reality series.

It comes after Mel recently set the record straight on how much power producers really have on the reality series

It comes after Mel recently set the record straight on how much power producers really have on the reality series 

Mel denied producers intervened to Now to Love, even going as far as saying the cast were free to go if they wanted to while filming.

‘They all have choice. We’re not holding anyone captive!’ the star told the publication.

The relationship expert went on to say often cast members simply didn’t like their edits on the Channel Nine series.

Mel denied producers intervened to Now to Love, even going as far as saying the cast were free to go if they wanted to while filming

Mel denied producers intervened to Now to Love, even going as far as saying the cast were free to go if they wanted to while filming 

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