Remember Nasser Sultan from the 2017 season of Married at First Sight?
It seems he still hasn’t given up on his quest for love, revealing he’s applied to join the cast of the New Zealand version of the show.
“Look, I didn’t find love in Australia so now I’m setting my sights abroad,” he said.
“I do love the Kiwi girls, and I love the country, the culture… The haka is one of my all-time favourite things,” Nasser told Now to Love.
The show is currently taking applications for New Zealand’s second season.
“We are still accepting applications from singles who are open to finding love as part of our social experiment, and all applications will be considered by the production and experts during the matching process,” a spokesperson for the show said.
“Our successful singles will be announced closer to the airing of episode one.”
The 52-year-old, who has previously accused the show of being ‘fake’, said the Kiwi version is more authentic.
“The New Zealand show is more in its virgin stage, so I think it’s more genuine. I’ve watched a bit of it and people seem to go on it genuinely looking for love,” he said.
We can’t wait to see if he gets the call up!