Responding to a fan who asked if they will get to see her on TV again anytime soon, Olivia explained that there were two things preventing her return.
“Firstly, my first stint on reality TV didn’t go over so well,” she laughed. “Secondly, I need Endemol Shine’s - which is the production company behind MAFS - permission to do any sort of other TV for the next 18 months.
“So if I wanted to do another show I’d have to ask their permission, which is what I’m sure my castmates have had to do and they’ve been given permission. I doubt that I would get permission because Endemol Shine clearly f**king hates me for some reason.”
However, Olivia went on to share that her brother Tommy is keen for them to appear on an upcoming season of Channel Nine’s reality series The Block, which has been produced by Cavalier Productions since 2015.
“My brother is trying to commit me to do The Block, which, one, my brother is way more charismatic than I am, and two, he’s a carpenter, so I think it would actually be alright,” she said.
“But I just don’t trust the editing process, I haven’t watched The Block for years, I don’t know what’s f**king going on there.”
‘He can do no wrong by me’
Since season nine of MAFS wrapped up earlier this year, a number of the participants have gone on to appear in other shows.
Ella Ding is about to make an appearance on the UK series Made In Chelsea, Domenica Calarco is currently hosting her own MAFS spinoff web series for 9Now, and Al Perkins is set to make his mark on Love Island when he enters the villa this week.
When asked by a follower about her thoughts on Al transitioning from MAFS to Love Island, Olivia had nothing but kind words to say about her former co-star.
“I absolutely love Alan, he can do no wrong by me,” she said. “So I may have to watch my first ever episode of Love Island purely for Al.”
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