Channel 4 is looking for people to join new series Married at First Sight UK
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Are you sick of dating and ready to finally settle down with 'The One'?
If so, it might be time to ditch the dating apps and consider signing up for one of the most popular social experiments on TV and having a team of experts assign you your perfect match.
There's just one catch: you won't get to meet your partner until your actual wedding day.
Last year, MAFS UK earned over 50 million views on All 4's streaming service, and helping some hopeful contestants find real love.
Travelling across the world to help out the Brits hoping to meet their match will be psychiatrist Mel Schilling, who has ample experience from the sensational Aussie series.
Mel is typically joined by sex therapist Charlene Douglas and dating coach/matchmaker extraordinaire Paul C Brunson to put together the most compatible couples and help them to build the foundation for a happy marriage.
Unlike other dating shows like Love Island or Too Hot To Handle, there's no prize money or guarantee of social media fame up for grabs.
But, if you're lucky, you could walk away with something even better - the love of your life.
Sound like this might be for you? Well, applications are now officially open.
The experts are ready to hear from you and try to match you up with your perfect partner.
Just fill out this application form, which is open from now until 1 December 2023, and you could be walking down the aisle before you know it.
The main requirements asked of MAFS UK hopefuls are that you're over 18, single, and genuinely looking for love.
It's also essential that you can be available for approximately 10 weeks from January to May 2024 while the show is filming.
If you think that sounds like you, all you'll have to do is tell the experts a little bit about yourself.
For example, how long have you been single, why you think you haven't found 'The One' yet, and what you think you could bring to your marriage.
Once that's all answered, you'll just have to sit tight and wait for that fateful phone call.
Best of luck! I hope we get to see you on our TV screens soon.