Married At First Sight groom Brent Vitiello warns fans to ‘be kind’ to new cast members


Married At First Sight’s Brent Vitiello begs fans to ‘be kind’ to new cast members after Channel Nine warns viewers not to bully this year’s brides and grooms on social media

Married At First Sight groom Brent Vitiello has taken to social media to warn fans to ‘be kind’ to the new cast members of the hit reality show as it returns for its tenth season.

The warning comes in the wake of a bullying notice that was posted on the show’s official Instagram, asking viewers to respect the new participants.

Vitiello, who married operations manager Tamara Djordjevic in last year’s season of the show, posted a message on Instagram on Tuesday, saying: ‘Just always keep in mind, these people are still humans whether you like them or not.’

Married At First Sight groom Brent Vitiello (pictured) has taken to social media to warn fans to ‘be kind’ to the new cast members of the hit reality show returning to television

‘Words can hurt, hate can hurt, and before this new season starts, please keep that in mind.’

‘You have no idea what some people go through.’ 

The message follows a post from the show’s official account, which asked viewers to be respectful of the new contestants and not to post any negative comments about them online.

Vitiello, who married operations manager Tamara Djordjevic in last year's season of the show, posted a message on Instagram on Tuesday, saying: 'Just always keep in mind, these people are still humans whether you like them or not'

Vitiello, who married operations manager Tamara Djordjevic in last year’s season of the show, posted a message on Instagram on Tuesday, saying: ‘Just always keep in mind, these people are still humans whether you like them or not’

The warning comes in the wake of a bullying notice that was posted online on the show's official Instagram, asking viewers to show respect for the new participants

The warning comes in the wake of a bullying notice that was posted online on the show’s official Instagram, asking viewers to show respect for the new participants

The warning comes in the wake of a bullying notice that was posted online on the show’s official Instagram, asking viewers to show respect for the new participants. 

The post read: ‘We all love watching MAFS and following the journey of the participants in Australia’s biggest social experiment.’

‘This is a space to celebrate our couples, support and encourage them.’

‘Negative, offensive or person comments against participants, experts or fellow MAFS viewers will not be tolerated.’

The show, which pairs strangers in a non-legally binding marriage, has had its fair share of controversy over the years. (Pictured MAFS 2023 bride Lyndall Grace)

The show, which pairs strangers in a non-legally binding marriage, has had its fair share of controversy over the years. (Pictured MAFS 2023 bride Lyndall Grace)

The show, which pairs strangers in a non-legally binding marriage, has had its fair share of controversy over the years.

It has been accused of being exploitative and sensationalist, but has also been praised for its thought-provoking nature.

The post from Vitiello comes as the show prepares for its upcoming season returning to Channel Nine on January 30, which will feature new cast members, many of whom are unlikely to be familiar with the show’s reputation.

The post from Vitiello comes as the show prepares for its upcoming season returning to Channel Nine on January 30, which will feature new cast members, many of whom are unlikely to be familiar with the show's reputation (Pictured MAFS 2023 ce)

The post from Vitiello comes as the show prepares for its upcoming season returning to Channel Nine on January 30, which will feature new cast members, many of whom are unlikely to be familiar with the show’s reputation (Pictured MAFS 2023 bride Bronte Schofield)

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