Now, it’s Liam Cooper’s turn, with the former Married At First Sight groom taking to his Instagram to reveal he has undergone facial rejuvenation.
In a video posted to his account, the 29-year-old prison case officer, who was 'married' to Georgia Fairweather on the show, documented the procedure, which saw Concept Cosmetic Medicine use anti wrinkle injections to remove frown lines and filler to define his jawline “giving him a fresher look”.
“I have always struggled with my jawline and I couldn’t be happier with the end results,” Liam wrote, alongside an emoji of a syringe.
“ is the best in the best and wouldn’t trust anyone else with my face. Go check them out! You won’t be disappointed.”
One person commented on the video saying: “Ahhhh so good!! So happy you’re happy with it,” with Liam replying: “Bloody love it”.
Liam’s cosmetic procedure comes after a homophobic video appeared online showing fellow MAFS groom Jason Engler commenting on Liam’s sexuality and appearance.
According to the Daily Mail, a source close to Liam revealed he was "absolutely betrayed and heartbroken" after watching the video, which was reportedly brought up at the reunion filmed in February.
The video took a big toll on Liam, with sources telling the publication he "struggled mentally" and "lost a lot of weight" because of it.
Jason apologised for the comments, telling the publication, "I would like to sincerely apologise for my comments in regards to a fellow MAFS participant's sexuality."
"After a few too many drinks I made some inappropriate remarks that I am ashamed of and greatly regret. I will learn from this and try to become a better person from this experience.”
At the beginning of May, Liam took to his Instagram account to post a photo of himself shirtless in the mirror, saying the video “sucked the life” out of him.
“I’ve tried hard not to answer questions about my body or how the video affected me, but I keep getting asked and I want to be honest with everyone and spread awareness. Men do suffer with body issues. Men do get insecure and it’s ok as men, to speak up about what’s going on,” he wrote.
“On the left, it was when I was filming. I believe it was the final vows. On the right was the affect that disgusting video had on me. Before that video, to me, my body was normal. I was healthy and I was happy in my own skin, however, that video destroyed me.
“It left me hating my body. I hated when people would touch me, hug me, even look at me. It affected my mental health, I became self conscious and I did not know the Liam I was looking at. That video sucked the life out of me. To this day, I am still trying to deal with all the above and how this video has affected me.”
Liam went on to say that nobody has the right to comment on anybody else’s body and while it has taken him a while, he says you should always be proud of your body.
“Remember, being skinny does not make you happy, nor does it make you healthy,” he wrote.
“We only get one life, and I am not going to let small minded people get to me. It’s time to stop the judging and the cruel comments.”
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