Jessika Power covers her body in a tracksuit as she is seen putting on in Perth

Jessika Power covers her body in a tracksuit as she is seen putting on in Perth

That doesn’t look like you! Jessika Power wraps up in a tracksuit as she lands in Perth after ‘undressing’ from Ten’s new reality series The Challenge

Earlier this year she moved to the UK to live with boyfriend Connor Thompson.

And on Sunday, the former bride of Married At First Sight, 29, was spotted back on Australian soil as her sister prepares to welcome another child.

Jessika swapped her usual glamor for a comfy all-black ensemble as she jetted into Perth Airport.

Married bride Jessika Power, 29, was spotted in Australia on Friday after traveling to the UK to meet boyfriend Connor Thompson

The OnlyFans model covered her body in a black jumper, pants and black sneakers.

Jessika kept her accessories to a minimum, wore her freshly cut tresses and relaxed and appeared makeup-free for the outing.

Jessika was greeted by her sister Eliza and her son, who carried a large cardboard sign with her name on it.

Jessika swapped her usual glamor for a comfy all-black ensemble as she jetted into Perth Airport

Jessika swapped her usual glamor for a comfy all-black ensemble as she jetted into Perth Airport

The OnlyFans model covered her body in a black jumper, pants and black sneakers

The OnlyFans model covered her body in a black jumper, pants and black sneakers

Jessika kept her accessories to a minimum, wore her freshly cut tresses and relaxed and appeared makeup-free for the outing

Jessika kept her accessories to a minimum, wore her freshly cut tresses and relaxed and appeared makeup-free for the outing

There was nothing to be seen of her podcaster friend, who is expected to join Jessika in the coming weeks.

It comes after Jessika confirmed she would no longer be appearing on the show just days before her scheduled overseas flight, despite being cast originally.

“I had signed my contract, bags packed, everything ready, and received a message from my manager that the American executives had made a creative decision not to put me on the show, even though they believed I was a ‘good talent,'” Power told Chron Australia.

Jessika kept her accessories to a minimum, wore her freshly cut tresses and relaxed and appeared makeup-free for the outing

Jessika kept her accessories to a minimum, wore her freshly cut tresses and relaxed and appeared makeup-free for the outing

Jessika was greeted by her sister Eliza and her son, who carried a large cardboard sign with her name on it

Jessika was greeted by her sister Eliza and her son, who carried a large cardboard sign with her name on it

“I was thrilled to be selected for the show and it was only a day before I was having Skype interviews with the casting director, talking about opening outfits, filming locations and departure dates,” she continued.

Jessika was reportedly preparing to receive a daily fee of over $1,000 to appear on the show.

Jessika’s claims of being fired recently contradict that she had pulled out of performing on The Challenge Australia after deciding “it wasn’t for her” and that she would “rather sit at home and make money off OnlyFans “.

It comes after Jessika (pictured) confirmed she would no longer be appearing on the show just days before her scheduled overseas flight, despite being cast originally

It comes after Jessika (pictured) confirmed she would no longer be appearing on the show just days before her scheduled overseas flight, despite being cast originally

“Jessika would make more money sitting around at home filming content for OnlyFans,” a source said.

Chron Australia has contacted Channel 10 for comment on these conflicting reports.

The Challenge first premiered in the US in 1998 and has had 37 seasons since then.

Sources say Chron Australia producers have spent the last six months reaching out to cast members from past seasons of Australian reality shows hoping they’ll say yes.

“Every notable reality star has been approached,” the insider revealed.

Season winners advance to The Challenge: Global Championship, where they face off against winners from Argentina, USA and UK to determine the first-ever Challenge World Champion.

“I had signed my contract, packed my bags, everything ready and received a message from my manager saying that the American executives had made a creative decision not to put me on the show, even though they believed I was "good talent"' Power told Daily Mail Australia

“I had signed my contract, bags packed, everything ready, and received a message from my manager that the American executives had made a creative decision not to put me on the show, even though they believed I was a ‘good talent,'” Power told Chron Australia