Fans of ‘Married At First Sight Australia’ spotted the editorial flaw and took to social media.
Monday night’s episode saw experts Alessandra Rampolla, Mel Schilling and John Aiken discuss the arrival of a new pair of interlopers, including Michael Felix and groom Stephen Stewart. .
But the scene, which featured Mel in a hot pink dress, John in a black suit, and Alessandra in a white and black dress, struck a chord with eagle-eyed fans in a dedicated MAFS Facebook group. They looked suspiciously similar.
In social media groups, astute viewers questioned how a scene was filmed in which the experts discussed Michael and Stephen on the day they were supposed to discuss the pair Michael and Simon.
“Something doesn’t add up,” began the social media sleuth.
“On tonight’s episode (Monday 19th), Michael marries Stephen, but before the wedding, there’s a scene where the experts discuss the match and say they were determined to find Michael a new partner. .”
Fans of ‘Married At First Sight Australia’ spotted the editorial flaw and took to social media.Photo: Expert Mel Schilling
Monday night’s episode saw experts Alessandra Rampolla, Mel Schilling and John Aiken (all pictured) discuss the emergence of a new interloper couple.
“John Aiken tells Michael that after 4 weeks (assuming you mean 4 weeks after Rooster Night) he has found a new man,” the fan continued.
“But here are stills taken from episodes 1 and 14, where they discuss who they were matched with and why they were matched. Exactly the same settings, outfits, etc., obviously filmed at the same time. So how will this four-week gap work?”
Fans have speculated about the reason for this apparent failure in continuity editing, while others believe this is not a gaffe, but rather the result of all the expert-only discussions taken towards the end of the experiment. I was sure.
The scene, which showed Mel in a hot pink dress, John in a black suit, and Alessandra in a white and black dress, looked suspiciously similar to eagle-eyed fans. Ta
“I think every couple wore the same fit in every take. They should shoot after all the ceremonies have taken place and filming is well underway,” one commenter in the thread claimed Did.
“Maybe they were asked to outline the entire season on the spot and cut the footage to fit the episode to save time?” another fan speculated.
Another agreed: “This was all likely filmed in post.” Basically everything is not shot in order.
Fans are speculating as to the reason for this apparent continuity editing failure.
“Maybe they were asked to outline the entire season on the spot and cut the footage to fit the episode to save time?” one fan speculated.
Some commenters compared the scene to The Voice’s blind auditions. There, the judges wear the same outfits on multiple filming dates to make it easier for producers to cut and reconstruct scenes and reactions.
This happened as MAFS groom Michael Felix finally got his happy ending as he walked down the aisle as the intruder groom on Monday night’s show.
Michael was originally scheduled to join the show as an original cast member, but was knocked out by Simon Flocko in the final minutes of the match, despite being at the group Bucks party.
He was later paired with Perth-based hairdresser Stephen Stewart.
The attraction was evident from the start as the newly paired couple joked around and flirted throughout the ceremony.
Even the couple’s family and friends marveled at their obvious connection.
‘Married At First Sight’ star Michael Felix finally gets his happy ending as he walks down the aisle as an intruder groom on Monday night’s show
He married Perth-based hairdresser Stephen Stewart (pictured)
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