Singles get ‘Married at First Sight’ on new show

    MarriedAtFirstSightIf you were longing for a long-term relationship and needed help finding your true love, would you agree to get legally married the moment you first met someone?

    Last week on the FYI network, a new show aired, called “Married at First Sight.” The title speaks for itself! On the show, there are four specialists who come together to try and create the perfect three couples, using scientific matchmaking. No one sees their soon-to-be groom or bride until the bride walks down the aisle. After spending weeks together, the newlyweds will have to decide if they will stay together or separate.

    There are two African Americans on the show this season: Vaughn and Monet (pictured). Vaughn, 30, will first meet Monet, 33, face to face when she puts on her wedding dress to join Vaughn at the altar.

    Vaughn, who spent 11 years in the Air Force, is now a filed service technician from Long Island, New York. His ideal spouse would be able to cook, attractive, outgoing and adventurer. Vaughn wants to be the alpha man in the relationship to protect and provide for his family.

    Monet works in the fashion industry as a product development manager. She was born in New York City and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. To pursue her dreams in the fashion industry, she moved back to New York. She’s a daddy’s girl. Monet’s best friend was her father, who passed about four years ago. Her ideal spouse would be someone like her dad. Trust issues is a major reason why Monet has not had success in her past relationships. She is looking for someone who is respectful and understands mutual consideration.

    Vaughn and Monet seem like a perfect match. The show’s experts believe their the couple most likely to stay married and not divorce. Both have their heads on straight and know what they want out of life.

    “Married at First Sight” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on FYI.

    Check out the video of Vaughn and Monet.


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