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Entertainment'Married At First Sight' 2019: Nine TV boss defends Mel Schilling for calling out 'inflammatory' language

09:50  11 february  2019
09:50  11 february  2019 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Suddenly, Mel Schilling wakes up from the deep slumber she fell into during Heidi’s government housing story to reprimand Bronson. Don’t use language like that if you want any chance of a relationship with a woman,” Schilling Married At First Sight : Ines texts Sam in secret messages.

Married at First Sight is an American reality television series based on a Danish series of the same name titled Gift Ved Første Blik. The series first aired in the United States on FYI.

'Married At First Sight' 2019: Nine TV boss defends Mel Schilling for calling out 'inflammatory' language© Nine Experts Mel Schilling, Trisha Stratford and John Aiken. The executive producer of Married At First Sight has defended relationship expert Mel Schilling over her decision to call out a groom's choice of language during Sunday night's commitment ceremony.

After a slur was used by participant Bronson in reference to his wife in the experiment, Ines, Mel said, "When you use language like that in relation to a woman, how do you expect her to respond to you? A tip from me to you: Don't use language like that if you want any chance of a relationship."

In a statement, executive producer John Walsh said, "There were 12 women in the room that night and a man used language that was highly insulting and inflammatory in reference to his wife. Mel acted in the only way appropriate by calling out the language -- language that is not ever considered acceptable anywhere, anytime.

"We are shocked at the backlash Mel has received for defending another woman.

"Tonight, Bronson and Ines will go into couples' therapy, where the actions of both participants will be called into account."

Fellow expert John Aiken said this morning on the Today show that he would have said the exact same thing, had Mel not.

"Mel jumped in," he explained. "Frankly, if she hadn't, I would have because it was so repulsive."

'Married At First Sight' 2019: Why Jules and Cam struggled through the dinner parties.
The dinner party during Wednesday night's episode -- where Ines and Sam were forced to deny their affair -- is particularly conflict-heavy, and the happier couples had to work to not get caught up in it all. "You do get to a point in the experiment where [Cam and I] chose not to get involved," Jules tells 9Honey Celebrity. "It's sometimes childish, pathetic drama and we got to the point where we were like, 'You know what? I'm done. I'm not at school any more.' We decided we were only going to listen and have an opinion if it was actually something important.

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