‘Married at First Sight’: Fans Are Sick of the ‘Rate Your Marriage’ Activity, Using Brett and Olivia as an Example

Reality television shows are all the hype these days, and it almost seems as if the concepts get more far-fetched as time goes on. Even so, fans love a good reality show with plenty of drama, which probably explains exactly why Married at First Sight has proven to be wildly popular since the day that it first debuted. On the show, couples actually get married to someone that they have never even met. Identities are not even revealed until the couple lays eyes on each other for the first time at the altar, and we can only imagine just how nerve-wracking this must be.

After all, couples who have known each other for years on end are nervous about getting married, so tying the knot with a complete stranger must take the nervousness to an entirely new level. Every reality show has its own unique twists and rules for what the participants can or can’t do, and on Married at First Sight, the ‘rate your marriage activity’ is something that is used. But now, fans are saying that they are sick of this particular activity, and they use Brett and Olivia as an example.

Lifetime celebrates “Married at First Sight” by covering the cost of marriage licenses in Dallas, Texas | Cooper Neill/Getty ImagesWhat is the ‘rate your marriage activity’?

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Only 3 points away from a 10! #MarriedAtFirstSight

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Ask most couples who have exchanged vows in the past few days how the marriage is going, and most of them would tell you that things are absolutely great. However, when couples are just meeting each other at their own wedding, things often turn out to be a little different. So, what is the ‘rate your marriage’ activity? Well, on Married at First Sight, during the course of the show, the producers ask the couple to rate their marriage on a scale of 1-10, and as anyone can imagine, it can get more than a bit awkward. After all, not too many people ever think that they are going to “score” their relationship, but when they are on the show, that is exactly what

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet


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