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MAFS star Evelyn Ellis calls out her co-stars who complained about having a ‘villain edit’

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Married At First Sight star Evelyn Ellis calls out her co-stars who complained about having a ‘villain edit’

Married At First Sight bride Evelyn Ellis has weighed in on the way she and her fellow co-stars were portrayed on the show, three weeks after the final episode of season 10 aired.

The 26-year-old model and marketing manager, who has been dubbed MAFS’ ‘hottest bride ever’, called out other participants who complained about getting a bad ‘edit’ and revealed what most of what viewers saw on television ended up being ‘pretty true’.

‘For me, I know a lot of people talk about “the edit” and how people are perceived, but I feel like it captures the main essence of the feeling of the room,’ Evelyn said during Yahoo’s All-Star MAFS Reunion alongside her fellow co-star Janelle Han.

‘So I wasn’t too shocked or blown away by the famous “edit”. 

‘I was like, yeah that happened, and obviously there was a steer in narration, but thoughts and feelings, I think it was pretty true to home – for me anyway.’

Married At First Sight bride Evelyn Ellis (pictured) weighed in on the way she and her fellow co-stars were portrayed on the experiment, three weeks after the final episode of season 10 aired

Married At First Sight bride Evelyn Ellis (pictured) weighed in on the way she and her fellow co-stars were portrayed on the experiment, three weeks after the final episode of season 10 aired

Janelle, 28, agreed with Evelyn and said the edits were ‘pretty accurate’.

‘I think a lot of things don’t get shown because you’re filming for so long, but if they had to pick the top line of what happened in most relationships, I think that was shown,’ the beauty influencer shared.

Harrison Boon and Tayla Winter are among the few stars who complained about having a ‘villain edit’ and attempted to assure viewers that they were negatively portrayed.

Speaking alongside her fellow co-star Janelle Han (left), the two opened up about how they were both portrayed on screen

Speaking alongside her fellow co-star Janelle Han (left), the two opened up about how they were both portrayed on screen 

Last month, Tayla claimed producers gave her a bad edit and said she was taken advantage of.

‘I’ve definitely been given the villain edit,’ she told Hit100.9’s Dan & Christie.

‘They didn’t really have a female villain this year and I had to slide into that role a little bit,’ she explained.

Last month, Tayla Winter (pictured) claimed producers gave her a bad edit and said she was taken advantage of

Last month, Tayla Winter (pictured) claimed producers gave her a bad edit and said she was taken advantage of

‘I don’t think it’s a true representation of myself and it’s not reflecting who I am, but it is what it is. The people who know me know me.’

Meanwhile, Harrison told Daily Mail Australia said the situations on the show were so staged, that his on-screen persona wasn’t even close to his real character. 

‘I don’t go around trying to call people out and be in arguments in my day-to-day life. It’s not who I am,’ he said.

Meanwhile, Harrison Boon (left) told Daily Mail Australia said the situations on the show were so staged, that his on-screen persona wasn't even close to his real character

Meanwhile, Harrison Boon (left) told Daily Mail Australia said the situations on the show were so staged, that his on-screen persona wasn’t even close to his real character

‘I just want to get along with people and make the most out of life.’

Harrison explained the show’s main goal is to create drama and arguments, something the viewing public doesn’t understand.

‘They want people that are going to stand up for themselves and create the conflict,’ he said.

‘That’s the whole point of MAFS – arguments, blow-ups, that’s the show. That’s what we all tune in for.’

Harrison explained the show's main goal is to create drama and arguments, something the viewing public doesn't understand. Pictured with MAFS 'wife' Bronte Schofield

Harrison explained the show’s main goal is to create drama and arguments, something the viewing public doesn’t understand. Pictured with MAFS ‘wife’ Bronte Schofield 

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