MAFS: Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant’s TV wedding has an airdate
Married At First Sight’s ‘wedding of the year’ has finally been given an airdate.
Jules Robinson’s legally-binding wedding to Cameron Merchant will air on Channel Nine’s A Current Affair next Tuesday at 7pm.
The 90-minute special will give viewers an inside look into everything from the wedding planning to the special day itself.
Save the date! Jules Robinson and Cameron Merchant’s ‘wedding of the year’ will air next Tuesday as a ‘special event’ on A Current Affair
The wedding is expected to be a big draw card for viewers, and Nine has been promoting it with trailers over the weekend.
On Monday, Daily Mail Australia revealed that Jules had prepared a list of ‘rules’ to protect her exclusive television deal.
The 37-year-old has told guests they are banned from sharing any photos or videos to social media until 10 days after the airdate.
Bridezilla alert! On Monday, Daily Mail Australia revealed that Jules had prepared a list of ‘rules’ to protect her exclusive television deal
Furthermore, caterers and other professionals working the big day are required to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) that legally prevent them from discussing details of the wedding publicly.
For the ceremony and reception, Jules and Cameron have secured sponsors to provide complimentary services, including alcohol.
Jules has promised the brands will receive positive coverage on TV and social media, and will also be included in the rolling credits at the end of the episode.
Sell-out: In order to protect the TV exclusive, Jules has told guests they are banned from sharing any photos or videos to social media until 10 days after the airdate
Meanwhile, Jules has also been brutally culling the guest list in recent months, with some of the couple’s dearest friends being snubbed.
‘Some people have no idea why they’ve been cut, they just keep telling people they’re worried about “weak links” ruining their exclusive,’ a source said.
Melissa Lucarelli, who starred on Married At First Sight with the couple, recently slammed Jules for dumping her as a bridesmaid via text message.
‘Now Cam and Jules are making money, she doesn’t need me anymore and she also doesn’t want me to get any publicity,’ Melissa said.
JULES AND CAM’S ‘WEDDING RULES’
- Attendees ‘must not post to social media until 10 days after the TV special’
- Guests ‘will have their phones confiscated’ and won’t know about the venue until the last minute
- All staff must sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
- Companies to work for free in exchange for promotion on TV and Instagram