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MAFS' Tahnee and Janelle make influencer debut at exclusive event

The Married At First Sight brides stunned in their daring outfits.

MAFS stars Tahnee Cook and Janelle Han have just made their debut as influencers during an exclusive party celebrating Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime performance. The two reality stars were invited to the Fenty Beauty halftime afterparty at a stunning location in Vaucluse, alongside other Australian celebrities including Tammy Hembrow.

Janelle, 28, pulled off an extremely daring look, with a racy leopard print outfit and chunky black shoes. Her dress had a high slit up the front while the top consisted of two pieces of material in a V shape to cover her modesty.

MAFS stars Janelle and Tahnee at a Fenty Beauty event
MAFS stars Janelle and Tahnee had a blast at the Fenty event. Photo: Supplied

She showed off her long, blonde hair with two thin braids framing her face and held a cute brown handbag. To finish off her look, the beauty influencer sported dramatic eye makeup and delicate gold jewellery.

Tahnee, 27, showed off her physique in a black strapless dress. She paired the figure-hugging outfit with tall, tan boots, and held a sparkly purple bag. The PR manager kept her blonde hair loose and sported purple eyeshadow to match her accessories.

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A source tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the two TV stars were networking at the party, with Janelle’s manager also in attendance.

“They looked completely at ease as they made their way around the room to make connections. Tahnee has a background in PR, so she already knew some of the attendees from the industry,” the insider says.

L: Janelle Han from MAFS at the Fenty Beauty event. R: Tahnee Cook from MAFS at the Fenty Beauty event
The reality TV stars looked incredible when they arrived. Photo: Supplied

It’s no surprise that Janelle, who has 42.5K followers on Instagram, and Tahnee, who has 11K followers on Instagram, are the first to make this major move.

While the pair haven’t had as much screen time as couples such as Harrison Boon and Bronte Schofield or Jesse Burford and Claire Nomarhas, they know how to capitalise on the exposure from MAFS due to their background in PR and content creation.

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Last year, multiple contestants were able to quit their day jobs and pursue becoming influencers or media personalities full-time.

Domenica Calarco and Ella Ding started the successful podcast Sit With Us, while the season nine ‘villain’ Olivia Frazer was able to make $500,000 on adult subscription site OnlyFans in just four months.

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