Married at First Sight’s Lauren Dunn is dating an ‘alpha groom’ Jack Dunkley at an upcoming dinner party.
USA Online Post Australia can reveal the outspoken bride, 32, will lock horns with the Gold Coast personal trainer, 34, in what will be a series of the most chaotic dinner parties to date.
Sources close to production let it slip that Lauren is going to let loose on Dunkley after he made an inappropriate comment to her husband.
“Lauren didn’t take any of his bulls and didn’t believe a word that came out of his mouth,” one insider revealed, hinting that the air will be electric with tension.
The conflict allegedly kicked off after Dunkley made a sexist comment.
Married at First Sight’s Lauren Dunn is set to clash with ‘alpha groom’ Jack Dunkley at an upcoming dinner
This bold statement will light the fuse for an unforgettable series of events.
“There was something off about Jack from the beginning,” a source revealed.
“Tori and Lauren had a close bond, but Lauren will come for Jack,” they added, hinting at the alliances and rifts brewing behind the scenes.
It seems the feisty bride isn’t one to back down from a challenge, especially when her partner is the target of controversial jibes.
Sources close to production let slip that Lauren will unleash on Dunkley. In the photo: Lauren and ‘husband’ Jono
Season 11’s dinner will also be ‘the most explosive viewership in years’.
USA Online Post Australia can reveal this season’s dinner party wrapped up in record time, with previous parties only finishing in the early hours of the morning.
When asked what is so special about this year’s cast, MAFS producers said it reflects a cast that is upfront and unreserved.
‘This team gets things off their chest very early. They don’t hold back,’ noted relationship expert John Aiken, while EdemolShine producer Mollie Harwood noted the cast’s eagerness to dive into discussions about their relationships.
Season 11’s dinner will also be ‘the most explosive viewership in years’
USA Online Post Australia can reveal this season’s dinner wrapped up in record time, with previous ones finishing in the early hours of the morning
Explosive battles and feuds
In light of initial reports, the upcoming series will be ‘less shouty, shouty’, and MAFS boss Tara McWilliams and John Walsh, EP at Nine, have assured that while the series is dramatic, it is not excessively noisy or difficult to watch. not to follow.
“There’s no shortage of people calling out bad behavior,” Walsh said, underscoring the show’s commitment to authentic interaction.
Co-producer Alex Spurway added: ‘This year is going to be just as dramatic, shocking, surprising, and constant bombs are going to go off left, right and center that you don’t expect.’
“It’s also from places you don’t expect, from people you don’t expect.”
According to initial reports, the series will be ‘less shouty, shouty’, and McWilliams and John Walsh, EP at Nine, have assured that while the series is dramatic, it is not excessively noisy or difficult to follow.
Brides Lauren Dunn, Sara Mesa, Eden Harper and Tori Adams are four names viewers won’t soon forget.
Lauren and Sara are the life of the party, upping the drama factor every week.
“They are not afraid of confrontation and have often been praised by producers for making the show,” dished the spy.
Meanwhile, Lauren isn’t one to shy away from confrontations, as personal trainer Jack Dunkley is about to find out.
Speaking to USA Online Post Australia, MAFS executive producers Alex Spurway and Mollie Harwood admitted that there would be no show without these big personalities.
“Lauren just said exactly what she was thinking at all times, and that’s all we can ask for — genuine reactions and answers,” Harwood explained.
Married at First Sight continues on Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Nine