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MARRIED At First Sight Australia's Lauren Huntriss hasn't held back in slamming the reality show that made her famous as "full of s**t."

The blunt star, who appeared in series six of the matchmaking show which has taken the UK by storm, took to her Instagram page to suggest she was "pulled" off the street to feature.

10Married At First Sight Australia star Lauren Huntriss has poured cold water on the science behind the showCredit: instagram

The Married At First Sight series sees a group of relationship experts, including sociologists, marriage counsellors and clinical psychologists drum up a survey, as well as undertaking further tests, to match a pair of complete strangers together - who then agree to get married.

Yet business owner Lauren, who was paired with videographer Matthew Bennett at the start of her relationship experiment in 2018, has poured cold water on suggestions science was behind her match.

Alongside a selfie showing her with freshly-washed hair, and weaing a black jumper, she wrote: "God MAFS is so full of s**t.

"Lol OK John we all know you did not spend months finding the perfect match.

10The businesswoman ranted on her Instagram Stories and said the series was 'full of s**t'Credit: instagram 10She suggested show bosses had 'pulled her off the street' to starCredit: Instagram

"Producers pulled ppl (like me) off the street just weeks before lol."

Lauren, who has undergone an incredible weight transformation since starring on the show, rounded off her blunt views and added: "Scientific my a**."

It appears the show's magic formula didn't work for Lauren who, despite making love to Matt and him losing his virginity on their honeymoon, was the first to split and leave the show.

Matt told how he was "not attracted" to his match, and threw his wedding ring into a waterfall.

10Lauren was paired with Matt Bennett and the pair went on to consummate their marriage on their honeymoonCredit: Channel 9 10Yet the science didn't hold out and they became the first couple to leave the processCredit: Instagram

Following the fracas, Lauren told 9Honey Celebrity: "After Matt embarrassed me in front of everyone at the dinner party by saying he wasn’t attracted to me, I knew it would not be fair on myself or him to prolong the experiment."

"Matt had never told me he wasn’t attracted to me before and I was really hurt too. I felt that he really betrayed me, especially because I had always been by his side and respectful of him in social settings."

Yet Lauren has had much bigger issues to deal with since leaving the show, this week revealing her terrifying skin cancer diagnosis after she went for a standard acne check.

Sharing her ordeal on Instagram, she told how she spotted a pimple at the end of her nose and said: "I kept picking and picking, but it wouldn't go away".

10Matt told Lauren he was not attracted to herCredit: Instagram 10Lauren has undergone a huge body transformation since the show was filmed in 2018Credit: Instagram

"A few months later, I noticed it had grown a bit and started looking more like a wort."

But it wasn't until the spot began bleeding and then wouldn't stop that Lauren became concerned.

She ended up going to see a dermatologist about an unrelated skin issue, and it was then that things reached a head.

“I decided to make an appointment with a dermatologist to talk about treatment options for my acne,” she wrote.

10The reality star recently revealed her battle with skin cancer

“On observation, the dermatologist noticed this spot on my nose. He said it looked suspicious so took a biopsy.”

The results confirmed that the then 27-year-old had skin cancer.

"I was told it had to be removed immediately before it became malignant," she remembered.

While the cancer appeared small on the surface, it had already begun to spread significantly underneath her skin.

10She was diagnosed during a routine acne checkCredit: Instagram 10Lauren had become concerned about a pimple on her nose that started to bleedCredit: Instagram Most read in Reality'NOT RACIST'Rachael Kirkconnell's antebellum-themed party image explained'SCARED'Mama June fears she'll 'never see her kids again' as she faces drug charges'coming soon!'Teen Mom Catelynn is pregnant and expecting fourth child with husband TylerWarningbolo the beltRHOA fans shocked as they spot stripper Bolo's 'huge bulge' on new episode'HORRIBLE'Teen Mom's Vee slammed for wanting to make kids clothes based on her podcastNOT SO SWEETTeen Mom Catelynn ripped for celebrating daughter’s birthday with cupcake

Lauren underwent surgery to remove the cancer and then had to have reconstructive surgery known as "flap repair", to reshape her nose "after it was left with a nice big hole".

She said that the experience left her devastated and scared - but she came out without any health complications.

“I remember crying so much but then thinking, ‘Far out, I’m lucky I caught it when I did’,” she said.

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Hsieh Su-Wei Reveals Lessons Learned From the Naomi Osaka Battle at Australian Open 2021

The Australian Open 2021 was a spectacle that ended with Naomi Osaka winning the title. However, it brought the magical Hsieh Su-Wei back into the limelight on the women’s singles’ tour.

Before 2021’s first major tournament, the Taiwanese professional had never crossed the fourth-round of a Grand Slam. However, upsetting two seeds at the Australian Open this year, the 35-year-old reached the single’s quarterfinals for the first time in her career.

In that match, she met the eventual champion of the tournament, Naomi Osaka. And despite losing, Hsieh had only positives to take from her competitor.

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Hsieh looks for improvement after losing to Naomi Osaka

Hsieh is full of wit and vivacity, both on and off the court. She has endured a long journey to reach where she is, and hence she focuses only on the greener side of things.

“Every moment is all very special, doesn’t matter if it’s winning or losing, because sometimes when you lose, you will learn a lot,” Hsieh said.

Tennis – Australian Open – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, February 16, 2021, Japan’s Naomi Osaka after winning her quarterfinal match against Taiwan’s Su-Wei Hsieh REUTERS/Kelly Defina

Further illustrating her glass-half-full outlook on life, she gave an example from her and Osaka’s quarterfinals match .

“Like [when] I played Naomi, I saw the number of her serve speed, I felt like: ‘Wow.’ You need to be looking forward, looking on the good parts. I’m this kind of person,” she said.

For the rest of 2021, the Taiwanese professional will be confident and will want to experiment with her unique gameplay on tour. However, she confessed that she might not be able to serve like Osaka.

“I try to go a little bit better because, you know, with my style, I would not serve like Naomi, but I will try to improve,” Hsieh concluded.

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What to expect from Hsieh Su-Wei and Osaka in 2021

Apart from the singles’ tour, the Taiwanese magician is a former doubles World No. 1 player. She lost her top rank after a second-round exit at the Australian Open 2021.

However, following the great start, Hsieh will seek to go deeper into the tournaments this year. At present, she has won only three WTA singles titles so far compared to her 28 in doubles.

Tennis – Australian Open – Women’s Singles Final – Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, Japan’s Naomi Osaka celebrates with the trophy after winning her final match against Jennifer Brady of the U.S. REUTERS/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake

For the Japanese star, the 2021 season is a great opportunity to win back the World No. 1 position. Hence, Naomi will schedule her priorities in a way to make the most of her time on the court.

All in all, the 2021 season has only begun, and fans are in for some great tennis matches ahead.

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