MAFS' Olivia shares her advice for next season's 'villain': 'Hard work'

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She was portrayed as one of the most controversial participants to ever appear on Married At First Sight, and now Olivia Frazer has shared her advice for the stars of season ten.

The OnlyFans creator, who recently celebrated her 29th birthday in Edinburgh, took to Instagram this week to speak directly to next year’s ‘villain’ during a fan Q&A.

MAFS' Olivia Frazer.
MAFS’ Olivia Frazer has shared her advice for next year’s villain. Photo: Channel Nine

“Whoever you are, I have a feeling they’ll make you out to be worse than me (villains have always got to get worse for ratings sake),” she wrote.

“Please know that there is light on the other side of the pile-on. It takes a lot of hard work, but life is worth living on the other side.

“I didn't see it for a long time. But now I'm here and appreciating every moment.”

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Elsewhere during the Q&A, Olivia confessed that her biggest regret about her time on MAFS was that she didn’t leave sooner, and she actually thought she was the producers’ favourite during filming.

“I had the best wedding, I had the best honeymoon, in my opinion, I had the best husband,” she detailed. “So it’s like, how wrong was I!”

The former teaching student also responded to a fan who said that she had been approached by a casting producer for next season and asked if she should call them back.

“You do you girl, but don’t say that you weren’t warned,” she replied. “Look at what they’ve done to me, look at the narrative they spun at me.

“Look at all the awful articles, look at all the trolling, that massive pile on. If you think you can survive that,” she said, before shrugging at the camera.

MAFS' Olivia Frazer responding to a fan on Instagram.
‘It takes a lot of hard work, but life is worth living on the other side.’ Photo: Instagram/olivefrazer

‘Skating on thin ice’

Olivia’s comments come shortly after she spoke with Yahoo Lifestyle at Australian Fashion Week back in May and opened up about her feelings after the show.

“It very much ebbs and flows,” she said. “I have really good days where I'm like, ‘Oh water off a duck’s back! I’m fine!’.

“And then I have other days where I'm like, sorry to be graphic, but I am suicidal and I am like, ‘Okay, don't kill yourself because you don't want Jackson to come home to that’. It is at that point where it's such a severe instability in my moods and my mental health.

“I am feeling a lot more myself and a lot more out of the woods. It's nowhere near as bad as it was when the show was airing, but I think it's just going to be skating on thin ice for a few more months until the hate dies down.”

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