She had a rough time on this year’s series of Married at First Sight, starting when her scientifically matched groom ditched her the morning after their wedding, and culminating in the discovery that he had cheated on her with another contestant.
But if rumours are to be believed, Elizabeth Sobinoff has put it all behind her and is set to return for a second chance at love at the altar in 2020.
An insider has told Woman’s Day that Lizzie returns to the show as an intruder, and was seen on the set of next year’s series - which is currently filming - with her new groom.
They added that favourites Jules Robinson and Cam Merchant will also make an appearance, however they won’t be re-entering the experiment, but rather returning as a success story.
A year of change
If Lizzie is indeed heading back down the aisle, viewers may have a hard time recognising her after she changed up her signature hair and makeup look, and lost a fairly significant amount of weight.
Earlier this week, fans took to her Instagram page with messages of concern after she shared a photo of herself looking slim in a black jumpsuit, but she assured them that she’s “in a good head space right now”.
She’s previously said that she lost 10kgs after the show and that she has an auto-immune condition that means her weight is always changing.
“I think I always look fabulous,” she told NW magazine, “I’ve thought that when I weighed 49kg and when I’ve weighed 90kg.”
“I’m actually dealing with some health conditions that cause my weight to fluctuate... I may gain weight again and that’s ok. The most important thing is that I’ve always been mentally strong.”
Wild in 2020
Meanwhile, other reports of the 2020 season of MAFS are equally as mind-blowing, with a different source saying that filming had to stop for a two-week break after things got out of hand.
The Hit Network’s Nick, Jess & Simon recounted what the source told them on air this week, saying, “You wonder how loose it got, apparently, they’ve just started filming again after a two-week break because the producers were just like, ‘this is going too far, we need to resettle ourselves, take a two-week filming break and then work out how we can tackle the rest of the season.”
They went on to speculate about the producers and commented that, “for them to go, ‘guys we need a two-week break,’ means whatever they [the contestants] did must be really bad.”
The source also alleged that next year will see even more couple swapping between the newlywed brides and grooms, and that one participant needed to be taken to rehab.
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