MAFS' Cyrell Paule shares wild advice for future contestants: 'Don't worry'

The season six star offers her tips for making the most of their time on the reality show.

Four years on from her appearance on Married At First Sight, Cyrell Paule remains one of the most memorable participants to ever appear on the reality show.

The season six bride became well known for her outspoken personality and hilarious one-liners in the experiment, as well as her fiery feuds with Martha Kalifatidis and Jessika Power - who she famously threw wine on at the 2021 reunion.

Cyrell Paule.
Cyrell Paule has shared her advice for future MAFS brides and grooms. Photo: Yahoo

Now, Cyrell has spoken with Yahoo Lifestyle and shared her advice for future MAFS participants on how they should make the most of their time on the show.

“At the end of the day, whatever you do - whether you're going to be a cow, a b**ch, a nice girl - you’re going to get that blue tick so don't worry about it,” she laughed. “Have fun! Make fun of the experts! Cheat on your husband! No, I’m joking.

“Honestly, all I'm going to say is just enjoy it and be yourself. The only thing I ask is please be a genuine and authentic person. Like, if you're going to do it for fame, have fun with it, but just don’t be a fake c**t. Just say, ‘I’m here for the blue tick’.”


Cyrell went on to offer some tips for the most recent MAFS brides and grooms as they transition into life after the show with a newfound social media following.

“I'd tell them to settle down and remember, don’t get a big head,” she said. “At the end of the day, we are just Z-listers, not A-listers, so don't let it get to your head.

“And if you think you are big this season don't forget that next season a new bunch of people will pop up!”

Brent Vitiello's surprising advice

This comes after season nine groom Brent Vitiello shared his advice for the season 10 cast with Yahoo Lifestyle and said his biggest tip for participants who are receiving backlash online is to simply “let it go”.

“The certain thing that's brought up that could be getting to you, people will get over it in two days because there's always another one,” he remarked. “There's always another article and there’s always another scandal and people will forget, so don’t be so hard on yourself.

“One thing will come up and you're sitting there stressing, and I've spoken to a few of them and they do stress every time something comes up. I know that feeling and you’re worried about how you're portrayed. But then in two days, something else comes up and everyone's already forgotten about it, so just ride the wave.”

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