Former Married at First Sight contestant Amanda Micallef has left fans stunned after choosing to show off a new tattoo online in an extremely risqué way.
The reality star shared a completely topless photo of herself to show a new hand tattoo she had done this week, while also sticking up her middle finger for good measure.
“Fool me once ....shame on you!!!” she captioned the bizarre snap on Thursday, adding a link to her tattoo artist @inkbymiti.
Fans were quick to flood the comment sections with plenty of fire emojis.
“Oh goodness no words,” one person commented.
“Great photo Amanda and the tattoo looks amazing,” another wrote.
While a third added, “OMG THATS HOT.”
Amanda had shared updates on the tattoo process the day before, teasing fans with progress photos, before showing off the full result today.
Amanda’s new ink comes after the controversial reality series left UK fans baffled after the show aired overseas.
The explosive seventh season wrapped up in Australia earlier this year but only recently premiered in the United Kingdom and on US TV in May.
While the Mirror UK rated the Aussie cast the ‘hottest to date’ and were blown away by the Aussie beauty on display, others thought the faces on the screen where a snooze fest of similarity.
One woman was quick to point out that the MAFS grooms all looked alike, which is no surprise given the cast is almost exclusively white.
Others were taken aback by the amount of plastic surgery used by the young contestants and by the amount of ink on show.
“The amount of really jarring plastic surgery on Married at First Sight: Australia really perplexed me. Some of the people on it are in their mid-20s and the work they've gotten done on their faces have really aged them,” one person wrote on Twitter.
Americans didn’t seem too happy with even the trailer of the most recent series of the Aussie version of Married At First Sight, which showed everything from dinner party screaming matches to partner swapping and dramatic exits from the show.
In fact, some of them were so turned off by the clip that they called it ‘fake’ and ‘scripted’ and claimed they wouldn’t be tuning in to see the ‘hot mess’ unfold.
“Gonna have to pass.. too much drama and Botox in this episode,” one person wrote.
“I always loved MAFS because it seemed to be the most authentic reality show on TV.... from the drama of season 10 and clip of this Australia show I’m starting to lose interest,” another person wrote.