MAFS star Harrison Boon reveals shock career move after his villain storyline dominated the reality TV juggernaut: ‘Make that 15 minutes stretch’
Harrison Boon is set to embark on the next chapter of his media career.
The Married At First Sight star, 32, announced on Monday that he plans to launch his own podcast.
Taking to Instagram, he shared a graphic saying ‘The Harrison Boon Podcast’.
A number of Harrison’s followers were excited by the project.
‘Should be interesting,’ one follower wrote. ‘Make that 15 minutes stretch as far as you can,’ another added.
MAFS star Harrison Boon, 32, has revealed his shock career move after the show ended with the former builder set to launch a podcast. Pictured
‘So excited for this! So proud of you Harrison. Sending you my best wishes to you and your family,’ yet another wrote.
Harrison already revealed his intentions to stay in the media space during an interview with Daily Mail Australia in April.
The builder wanted to put his silver tongue to good use by embarking on a new career as a male-focused motivational speaker.
He added he wants to inspire other single fathers who have been in toxic relationships.
Taking to Instagram, Harrison shared a graphic saying ‘The Harrison Boon Podcast’ with him leaving little detail about the content of the podcast
‘Should be interesting,’ one follower wrote in response to the announcement. ‘Make that 15 minutes stretch as far as you can,’ another added
‘I really want to try and shed a light on what single dads go through, especially with a vindictive ex-partner,’ Harrison told Daily Mail Australia.
‘I want to have conversations with men about what the legal system is like.’
‘I want to have uncomfortable conversations that men need to listen to these days, and that there aren’t many people out there willing to have.’
The father of one also denied rumours he admires the likes of Andrew Tate, a self-confessed misogynist and social media influencer who is currently facing charges of sex trafficking in Romania, which he denies.
‘I really want to try and shed a light on what single dads go through, especially with a vindictive ex-partner,’ Harrison told Daily Mail Australia in April
‘I don’t really have anything to do with him, and I don’t watch his videos,’ he said.
Harrison said he had no idea who Tate was until his on-screen wife Bronte Schofield brought him up in conversation to reveal she wasn’t a fan.
Elsewhere in the interview, Harrison said he had no desire to join OnlyFans.
‘I’m considering other platforms where I can interact with fans and probably offer some sort of a subscription base where they can get exclusive content,’ he said.
‘But I’m not going to sell photos of myself naked for a profit.’
Harrison was a breakout star of last season. Pictured with his TV ‘wife’ Bronte Schofield