Bec, Bryce and Jake all saying the same thing since the show ended - 'Do not go on that show.'
But could that be because they did something ''wrong' that the producers can use? So their personal experience has backfired.Bec, Bryce and Jake all saying the same thing since the show ended - 'Do not go on that show.'
The show needed some success stories for balance and the designated success stories were Johnny-Kerry and Patrick-Belinda. Without those the show would be facing even bigger kickback than they are receiving. But they got the ratings so the joke is on us who watched it.But could that be because they did something ''wrong' that the producers can use? So their personal experience has backfired.
Whereas someone like Kerry didn't give them anything controversial, so she'll come out of it ok.
If what Bec says is true and they literally tie you down and torture you until you say something nasty or juicy, why didn't they do that to Kerry?
That's for sure, but it is refreshing that this time the contestants don't seem to be afraid to go public with their grievances straight away. I wonder if shows like Kyle & Jackie O have agreed to bankroll any backlash that might come Bec and Bryce's way?This is not the first I have heard of producers manipulating contestants over previous seasons...
Everyone who watched the show should listen to that interview. Some real perspective from Bec and Bryce. Why anyone would sign up to be a victim of that crap show I'll never understand. I guess it's the Aussie equivalent of washing dishes in Hollywood in the hope of being discovered.If you wish to listen. Goes for over 20 mins.
Channel 9 may as well have kept it short and succinct and written : While the ratings remain high we don't give a shit what people think.Nine apologises for "any concerns which may have been raised by your viewing of the Program" but says MAFS met industry codes.tvtonight.com.au