How the MAFS stars plan on raking in the cash after the show

OnlyFans, podcasts and beauty deals are some of the ways they're hoping to make money.

As season 10 of MAFS comes to an end, Yahoo Lifestyle looks at which participants will be returning to their day jobs - and which are hoping to cash in thanks to their newfound fame.

OnlyFans, podcasts and beauty deals are some of the ways this season's stars are hoping to make money.

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As season 10 of MAFS comes to an end, how are the stars going to try and cash in on their newfound fame. Photo: Nine

Tahnee Cook

Thanks to her soaring popularity and existing career in beauty marketing, Tahnee is set to become a leading face in the Sydney fashion and beauty influencer scene.


Ollie Skelton & Rupert Bugden

After forming a solid friendship on the show, the popular pair are planning a satirical podcast together – which will poke fun at their awkward edits and influencer culture.

Caitlin McConville

Yahoo Lifestyle understands Caitlin is planning on re-activating her OnlyFans, which was her main source of income prior to filming – but production made her deactivate whilst the show was on.

Evelyn Ellis

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Evelyn is reported to be the most in-demand MAFS cast member this season. Photo: Nine

Evelyn is proving to be this year's most in-demand participant, with multiple management companies all trying to sign her. The star is also set to start a podcast with her best friend Rice, called Bad Grades.

Harrison Boon

A source tells us Harrison is keen to use his newfound platform to "defend masculinity and speak up for men across Australia" in what he feels is now "a woman's world".

Janelle Han

Janelle's short appearance on the show boosted her already large following and has led to interest from influencer agencies with a future in fashion on the horizon. She has already collaborated with brands such as Fenty.

Bronte Schofield

MAFS Bronte
Bronte is reportedly hoping to become a full-time influencer. Photo: Nine

Bronte is hoping her appearance on MAFS is enough to boost her from a small-time micro-influencer, which she worked as prior to the show, to now a full-time influencer in the beauty space.

Tayla Winter

Although she is keen to continue working as a nurse in Tasmania, Tayla is planning on launching a podcast 'Tassie Tigers' with her friend Jane.


Alyssa Barmonde

After becoming infamous for repeatedly mentioning she has a child, Alyssa looks set to capitalise on this by launching 'Bad Mums The Podcast' with two friends. She has already created an Instagram for the project, which teases: 'Keeping it real over a glass of wine.'

Jesse Burford

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Jesse has seen a huge surge in bookings for his celebrancy business since appearing on the show. Photo: Nine

The Perth-based marriage celebrant has already seen a surge in bookings and hopes to use his newfound fame to get into hosting and possibly even comedy. 'He loves being on stage with a mic,' a friend of his tells Yahoo Lifestyle.

Dan Hunjas

The semi-retired groom is making no secret of his plans to accept every party invite and offer that comes his way now the show is wrapped, and will soon be one of the Gold Coast's most prominent socialites.

Melinda Willis

She already boasted 150,000 followers before the show, and rather than now using her larger audience to promote random brands – Melinda is keen to use her platform to drive sales for her various business ventures.

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