Married At First Sight’s ‘jobless groom’ Adam Seed appeared on TWO reality shows before tying the knot with Janelle Han
Married At First Sight’s Adam Seed – who has been blasted by his new bride for not having a career – appeared on two reality shows before getting hitched on TV.
It has emerged that not only did he try to find love on British reality show Dinner Date in February 2017, but he also put himself in the limelight the following summer on Channel 4‘s Coach Trip.
The British travel show sees seven teams of pairs travel across Europe in a coach, and in each episode a team is voted off by their fellow players.
Adam Seed (right) appeared on British reality show Coach Trip before appearing on MAFS
Just a couple of months before appearing on multiple episodes of Coach Trip, Adam was seen on ITV trying to woo The Only Way Is Essex star Jasmin Walia on Dinner Date.
The series is an amalgamation of Come Dine With Me and First Dates, and each episode follows a different singleton as they try to find love by going on multiple dates with potential matches who serve them a home-cooked meal.
Adam appeared on season seven of the dating show, and Jasmin opted to take the Australian for a second date, passing over her other three suitors.
Adam also appeared on UK reality show Dinner Date in February 2017
The then-29-year-old was described as a construction worker and part-time barber on the dating show; however, on MAFS he describes himself as a ‘business owner’.
It appears the groom co-owns an online British-based business called ‘Meta Competitions’, but there doesn’t appear to be any live raffles on its website.
Past competitions on the website include a Dyson Airwrap for £1.99 – for which only 41 out of 550 tickets were purchased – and a £200 cash win for £0.99 – of which only 47 out of 400 tickets were sold.
The MAFS groom co-owns an online competition business called Meta Competitions
On the website, Adam says he set up the business with his best friend Kaio, whom he met on his first reality TV stint on Coach Trip.
The groom says on the website metacompetitions.co.uk: ‘We have started this competition business which is like no other, with one goal in mind, TO CHANGE PEOPLES LIVES!
‘While also bringing the good vibes, we aim to bring as much happiness and joy to as many people as humanly possible.’
Adam’s bride Janelle Han was not impressed by his lack of a steady career
On Wednesday’s episode of MAFS, Adam’s job became a sore subject between him and his new bride Janelle Han, 28, a beauty influencer who grew up in a strict Singaporean-Chinese family.
When she asked what he did for a living, he seemingly couldn’t give her a straight answer.
The morning after their wedding, the couple revisited the topic of Adam’s mysterious career while lying in bed together.
‘Do you have any stream of income?’ she asked him bluntly.
A fired-up Adam then later told producers: ‘Don’t make me feel like I’ve got nothing when you don’t know me.’
Things came to a head between Adam and his bride Janelle after he failed to give her a straight answer about his career