MAFS' Domenica slams rumours she 'attempts to glass another bride'
Married At First Sight star Domenica Calarco has shut down reports that she tried to ‘glass’ fellow participant Olivia Frazer in the face at an upcoming dinner party.
The outspoken brides were rumoured to engage in ‘a major physical fight’ later in the season where crew members are said to have been forced to intervene.
Chatting with Yahoo Lifestyle, Domenica admits she was upset seeing the gossip circulate the internet because it’s simply not true.
“When it comes to those rumours, I'm going to lay down the line right now: I have never and I would never glass someone,” she asserts.
“That is just a complete fabrication, a lie, and it's ridiculous. I'm going to just categorically say that that is completely and utterly false.”
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The 28-year-old adds that the reports are “the most hurtful thing” she has read during her reality TV journey so far.
“I would never and have never, and it's just ridiculous. I’m pretty sure I can use my words over that kind of thing,” she continues.
‘I don't think an edit can make a person a villain’
Speaking about how her fellow cast members have been depicted on-screen so far, Domenica believes that everyone’s personalities have “shone through perfectly”.
“I think coming into the experiment some people put up a facade, but that slowly kind of went down,” she explains.
“Truly, I do think that everyone's true selves come across on the show. We are all big personalities to an extent and that is the reason we're in the experiment, to somewhat stir the pot.”
Domenica went on to call out people who ‘blame the edit’ just because they aren’t necessarily satisfied with how they come across on TV.
“Really, if you're not a nice person, it's going to shine through. They can't make you into a not nice person,” she says.
“I just think people who blame the edit are just not emotionally intelligent enough to actually understand that the reason that maybe they think they're coming across wrong is probably more to do with context than anything.
“I don't think an edit can make a person a villain or make a person anything. That's my opinion, anyway. I’m sick of hearing ‘the edit’. I just think it’s so immature and it’s a cop-out.”
‘I'm excited to relive it again’
While fans will have to wait to see how Domenica’s relationship with Jack Millar progresses in the experiment, the makeup artist teases plenty of “twists and turns” to come this season.
“This series has been a roller coaster and you just don't know what to expect, and that’s what I love about the experiment,” she remarks.
“I think when you have new people coming in, new personalities, new morals, things can happen, and that's the beauty of the experiment. I think it's going to be a really, really interesting watch for people and I can't wait to see it. I'm excited to relive it again, that’s for sure.”
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