Filming for the upcoming ninth season of Married At First Sight is well underway.
And the new cast of brides and grooms filmed their first cocktail party of the season in Sydney last Wednesday.
While many of the women decided to keep things classy for the party, others dared to bare in more revealing ensembles.
Behind the scenes: A scantily clad bride from the upcoming season of Married At First Sight arrived for a cocktail party in Sydney last Wednesday
One scantily clad bride wore a revealing black dress with criss-cross straps.
Another blonde beauty wore a white cut-out frock with no bra underneath.
To remain Covid-safe, every bride and groom was wearing a mask as they exited their cars.
Interestingly, many of the participants were spotted filming their entrance to the party multiple times to ensure producers got the perfect shot.
Revealing: The curly-haired bride wore a revealing black dress with criss-cross straps
Married At First Sight’s upcoming ninth season will feature some of the show’s hottest ever cast members.
Daily Mail Australia can reveal that bombshell real estate agent Tamara Djordjevic is set to appear on the new series, which premieres on Channel Nine early next year.
In a telling clue she’s joined the cast, the blonde’s social media accounts have been switched to private, which is a requirement for upcoming brides and grooms.
Adjustment: A stunning blonde in a scarlet red dress adjusted the material as she left the car
Glamorous: The glamorous blonde turned heads as she exited the vehicle in a black mask
Stylish duo: She was accompanied by her TV husband, who was wearing all black
Her TikTok account, which boasts more than 29,000 followers and 168,000 likes, has also had all of its content mysteriously deleted.
And while Tamara didn’t appear in the teaser trailer released by Nine earlier this month, she has been spotted filming scenes around Sydney.
The glamorous bride will be paired with tattooed hunk Brent Vitiello.
Tamara and Brent recently filmed their wedding and have since been spotted arriving together at one of the show’s dinner parties.
Stunning: Another blonde wore a white cut-out frock with no bra underneath
Elegant: The leggy lady was a total knockout in the white dress with a gold chain belt
Take two! The stunner made her way back into the car so she could film her arrival again
According to her LinkedIn, Tamara has been working in the real estate industry for over six years and recently relocated from Victoria to Queensland to become a business development manager.
Her Facebook profile describes her as a ‘social butterfly’ who doesn’t like to waste a minute of sunshine.
‘I like waking up early on weekends and getting to the beach or brunches with friends,’ she writes.
Seeing double? A brunette also wore a white dress with cut-outs around the midriff
Double trouble: The bride’s TV husband seemed to match his trousers with her dress
Try again! The brunette made her way back into the car so she could film her entrance again
Tamara joins previously announced brides Selin Mengu, a model-turned-executive; florist Jessica Seracino; beautician Ella Ding; and Olivia Frazer, a driving instructor.
On Tuesday, Daily Mail Australia announced that American personal trainer Andrew Davis had joined the growing list of participants on the new series.
The new season of MAFS will see the return of Puerto Rican sexologist Alessandra Rampolla, as well as veteran relationship experts John Aiken and Mel Schilling.
Lovely: This blonde bride went for a more demure look in a ladylike floral frock
Safety: It was hard to miss her black face mask, which clashed with her floral outfit
Married At First Sight is produced by Endemol Shine Australia, and filming for the new season has already commenced.
If you recognise any of the participants, email [email protected]
Meanwhile, former MAFS star Natasha Spencer has issued a very dire warning for future contestants of the show.
Couple goals? A blonde in a light yellow dress and her TV husband stood together
Helping hand: The reality TV groom held his wife’s hand like the perfect gentleman
Closed: He pushed the car door shut as he and his ‘wife’ made their way inside for the party
The 28-year-old, who was taken to hospital last year amid concerns she would self-harm, told The Daily Telegraph that Channel Nine needs to take complaints ‘seriously’ and make mental health a bigger priority.
‘MAFS showed me everything that I didn’t want in life,’ Natasha told the newspaper.
‘I still have episodes of anxiety but I’m doing pretty damn good. I’m working with a psychologist and I probably will for the rest of my life,’ Natasha, who is now three months sober, added.
Ruffles: A brunette in black ruffles and a matching face mask exited her car