MAFS: Carolina Santos claims most couples ‘fake their relationship’ for more TV time

MAFS: Carolina Santos claims most couples ‘fake their relationship’ for more TV time

Married at first sight bride Carolina Santos claims most couples faked their relationship for more TV time.

Married At First Sight viewers were disappointed when fan favorites Domenica Calarco and Jack Millar quit before filming the cast’s reunion in January.

But according to MAFS bride Carolina Santos, their seemingly blissful relationship may have ended much sooner.

The 35-year-old online business owner claimed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she suspects Domenica and Jack were one of “many couples” from the show who broke up earlier in the season but “faked it.” to extend their 15 minutes of fame.

Married At First Sight’s Carolina Santos (pictured) has sensationally claimed that most of the show’s couples “pretended to be together” to get more TV time

She was asked by a fan: “Did Jack/Dom break up? [couples’] retire but fake it to be famous to the end?

“Listen, it’s hard to say because you don’t really know what goes on behind closed doors, but I think they did [fake it to stay on the show]’ Carolina replied.

“Most couples knew their relationship would never end [in the outside world] and they stayed until the end for TV time.’

While Domenica and Jack’s relationship was falling apart off-screen, a source close to the production told Daily Mail Australia that by the time the couples pulled back, the pair were “over and ready to call it quits,” which was weeks before theirs filmed last vows.

The 35-year-old online business owner claimed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she suspects Domenica Calarco (right) and Jack Millar (left) were one of

The 35-year-old online business owner claimed during an Instagram Q&A on Wednesday that she suspects Domenica Calarco (right) and Jack Millar (left) were one of “many couples” from the show who split earlier in the season but had “faked” it extend their 15 minutes of fame

“It was all over for them and they were both ready to quit,” the insider said. “It was all getting too much for Jack to handle.”

“But Dom knew that seeing through to the end would be key to making her a star, so she was willing to do whatever it took,” they added.

It comes after MAFS bride Tamara Djordjevic encouraged brides-to-be to fake it if they’re considering signing on to the hit Channel Nine series.

While Domenica and Jack's relationship was falling apart off-screen, a source close to the production told Daily Mail Australia that by the time the couples pulled back, the pair were

While Domenica and Jack’s relationship was falling apart off-screen, a source close to the production told Daily Mail Australia that by the time the couples pulled back, the pair were “over and ready to call it quits,” which was weeks before theirs filmed last vows

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“It was all over for them and they were both ready to quit,” the insider said. “It was all getting too much for Jack to handle.” (Jack is pictured at the couples retreat)

Speaking to Yahoo! Lifestyle Last month, Tamara said that being liked by the general public required a certain level of duplicity.

“Don’t be yourself – back off,” she said. “And even if you don’t love the person you’re compatible with, pretend you do.

“Pretend you love them because everyone loves the person who loves love and is obsessed with their partner, you can see that. You just have to fake it.”

It comes after fellow bride Tamara Djordjevic (right, with Brent Vitiello) encouraged brides-to-be to fake it if they're considering signing on to the hit Channel Nine series

It comes after fellow bride Tamara Djordjevic (right, with Brent Vitiello) encouraged brides-to-be to fake it if they’re considering signing on to the hit Channel Nine series