Married At First Sight bride Lucinda Light’s real name and raunchy past career is revealed – as she becomes the most popular cast member

She quickly became the most popular contestant on Married At First Sight thanks to her bubbly personality and sassy Byron Bay attitude.

But fans may be surprised to learn that Lucinda Light, 43, has been hiding her true identity on the show.

While the celebrant’s fun-loving attitude is genuine, the name ‘Lucinda Light’ is actually a pseudonym she’s been using professionally for five years.

The blonde, whose legal name is actually Lucinda Reilly, registered the name ‘Lucinda Light’ as her sole proprietorship business name on August 9, 2019.

And although Lucinda bills herself as a professional master of ceremonies, she also once lit up as a cabaret performer.

She quickly became the most popular contestant on Married At First Sight thanks to her bubbly personality and sassy Byron Bay attitude.  But fans may be surprised to learn that Lucinda Light, 43 (pictured), hid her real identity on the show

She quickly became the most popular contestant on Married At First Sight thanks to her bubbly personality and sassy Byron Bay attitude. But fans may be surprised to learn that Lucinda Light, 43 (pictured), hid her real identity on the show

As recently as a year ago, Lucinda worked at Byron Bay burlesque company Secret Cabaret Society as the ‘Mistress of the House’.

‘Join our 1920s ‘Secret Cabaret Society’, an immersive restaurant experience for our valued guests,’ the venue’s website read.

‘You will be at the most witty time where the Lady of the House welcomes you into her ‘Tavern of Love’,’ it continued.

The blonde, whose legal name is actually Lucinda Reilly, registered the name 'Lucinda Light' as her sole proprietorship business name on August 9, 2019

The blonde, whose legal name is actually Lucinda Reilly, registered the name ‘Lucinda Light’ as her sole proprietorship business name on August 9, 2019

Videos of her performances show Lucinda storming the stage in flapper-inspired attire and a plumed top hat.

According to Yahoo! Lifestylesome cast members had questions about Lucinda’s authenticity when she entered the experiment.

“Lucinda is as quirky and positive as she comes across and huge talent, but there were some whispers among the cast about her intentions (to do MAFS) as she was there under a stage name rather than her real name,” said ‘ a production insider said.

And although Lucinda bills herself as a professional master of ceremonies, she also once lit up as a cabaret performer

And although Lucinda bills herself as a professional master of ceremonies, she also once lit up as a cabaret performer

It comes after Lucinda walked down the aisle with groom Timothy Smith on Tuesday night’s episode.

Before their wedding ceremony, Timothy expressed concern that his bride would be a ‘spiritual, energetic type’.

Unfortunately for him, Lucinda invited a celebrant to begin their marriage with a smoking ceremony and wave a white-feathered ‘chicken wing’ in the air to ‘clear away any negativity’.

As recently as a year ago, Lucinda worked at Byron Bay burlesque institution Secret Cabaret Society as the 'Madam of the House'

Videos of her performances show Lucinda storming the stage in flapper-inspired attire and a plumed top hat

As recently as a year ago, Lucinda worked at Byron Bay burlesque company Secret Cabaret Society as the ‘Mistress of the House’. Videos of her performances show Lucinda storming the stage in flapper-inspired attire and a plumed top hat.

Timothy struggled to hold it together, while Lucinda appeared completely engulfed in smoke.

“When they were swinging that chicken wing, I felt very uncomfortable,” Timothy told the cameras.

‘It was a real chicken wing! I wasn’t in the moment… I thought, “Where did they get the chicken wing?”

According to Yahoo!  Lifestyle, some cast members had questions about Lucinda's authenticity when she entered the experiment

According to Yahoo! Lifestyle, some cast members had questions about Lucinda’s authenticity when she entered the experiment

“Like, was it a sacrificial chicken or did they just get that wing?”

The businessman begged for something to fall from the sky and save him when, to his surprise, an unexpected downpour poured in and completely washed away the couple’s special day.

Guests frantically rushed inside for cover, while one pregnant attendee almost ‘had her baby’ in the run for cover.

It comes after Lucinda walked down the aisle with groom Timothy Smith (left) on Tuesday night's episode

It comes after Lucinda walked down the aisle with groom Timothy Smith (left) on Tuesday night’s episode

Lucinda invited a celebrant to start their marriage with a smoking ceremony, waving a white-feathered 'chicken wing' in the air to 'clear away any negativity'

Lucinda invited a celebrant to start their marriage with a smoking ceremony and wave a white-feathered ‘chicken wing’ in the air to ‘clear away any negativity’

The gloomy weather, which Lucinda says made her special day even better, temporarily prevented the couple from exchanging vows.

But as the rain and clouds cleared, the ceremony resumed with Lucinda sharing her heartfelt vows.

Her gentle and caring words prompted Timothy to change his first impressions of his bride.

Married at First Sight Australia continues on Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine and 9 Now.