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AJ Odudu to host Married At First Sight UK companion show

AJ Odudu to host Married At First Sight UK companion show
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AJ Odudu is to host a new companion show for the new series of Married At First Sight UK.

The new series of Married At First Sight UK will be accompanied by a new spinoff show called Married at First Sight: Afters, it has been confirmed.

The unconventional dating show returns for a new series on E4 next month, adopting the hugely-popular long-form version of the format used in Australia.

Episodes will air every night from Sunday to Thursday over five weeks, with Afters airing each week after the Thursday episode.

In the show, Odudu promises to offer viewers "behind the scenes gossip, interviews with the participants and experts and a sofa packed with famous faces and fans".

Talking about the new show, she said: "I am the ultimate Married at First Sight fan so to get to do this job is a dream to me.

"I can't wait to break down the weekly goss and reflect on some of the biggest stories that I know every MAFS group chat will be discussing. Bring it on!"

Odudu will be combining her new role with a stint on this year's Strictly Come Dancing.

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