MAFS’ Harrison reveals surprising career change: 'So many opportunities'

The Married At First Sight groom shared that he's ready to become a "super villain".

MAFS' Harrison Boon is planning on using his public platform to launch a surprising new career as a motivational speaker and relationship guru.

The construction worker revealed his plans at Kyle & Jackie O's cast reunion last week, saying he "wants to spread a positive message" and tackle difficult issues men face daily.

MAFS' Harrison Boon is planning on using his new public platform to launch a surprising new career after the show. Photo: Nine
MAFS' Harrison Boon is planning on using his new public platform to launch a surprising new career after the show. Photo: Nine

Speaking about what his future looks like, Harrison said, "I think use the platform for good, try and spread a positive message and have the discussions people are too scared to have. There's a lot of things out there to do with single fathers, even giving men advice to start dating again after they've been through a split."

He continued, "A lot of men will give dating advice, but they don't give post-breakup advice. How to find yourself, how to live again after a big set back like that. I think there's a lot of platforms I can be spreading with this platform I have now."


When asked if the reality TV villain sees himself becoming "Australia's Andrew Tate", Harrison laughed and said, "He could be America's Harrison Boon."

He then added that he plans on being even more controversial now the show is over.

"I should probably thank the [Nine] network because now I have so many opportunities to show who I really am beyond their s****y edit. I don't think there's anything wrong with using my platform for evil. I think I can become even worse now that I've left the show.

"They've got their villain, now I want to try and become a supervillain."

Why Harrison and Bronte were cut from finale

Harrison and Bronte on the MAFS couch
A source revealed exclusively to Yahoo Lifestyle why MAFS' Harrison and Bronte's time with the experts was cut from the final episode. Photo: Nine

It comes after MAFS fans were left confused when Harrison and 'wife' Bronte Schofield's time on the couch at the reunion with the show's experts was cut from the episode.

"Harrison (and Bronte) being snubbed in the final ep is iconic because the last moment he got on this show was all of Australia hysterically laughing at him," one user tweeted, referencing Harrison's attempt to throw Bronte under the bus with a print out of messages between her and his ex-girlfriend, which was only met with laughs from the group.

"Oh it’s so delicious that Bronte and Harrison aren’t getting the air time they so desperately wanted in the finale of MAFS 2023," another said. "The ending to Harrison will be the group laughing at him at the dinner party."


Others were mad, with one user writing: "ARE YOU F*N KIDDING ME CHANNEL 9?! You made us sit through weeks of Harrison and Bronte only to NOT SHOW THEM AT THE REUNION? POOR FORM."

Now, a source has revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle why the pair were cut from the finale, sharing that the last dinner party was the "perfect end to their storyline".

"Producers wanted to try and give the season a somewhat happy ending, which is why they cut Harrison and Bronte’s time on the sofa and left on a cliffhanger with Jesse and Claire potentially reuniting instead," the insider tells us.

"Harrison and Bronte’s relationship dominated the season, with every aspect discussed in-depth every week. The only fresh revelation was Harrison’s screenshots of Bronte talking to his ex - but the way that played out at the dinner party, with everyone mocking him, was so organic and hilarious that it was the perfect end to their storyline.

"Him embarrassed as the whole group laughed at him."

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