In tonight’s second episode of the popular love experiment Marriage at First Sight: Australia, 36-year-old Sandy Jawanda, who underwent an extraordinary transformation and lost quite a few kilos before entering the show, will also die.
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Sandy is an Indian born in Australia who has never been in a serious relationship and has very little experience with men. Growing up with strict parents who supported the traditional values of Indian culture, she had limited exposure to the opposite sex – she was not allowed to hang out with boys and her friends were never male. Due to her lack of experience, Sandy fears that men would only want to take advantage of her.
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Despite the fact that her parents did not support her in this decision, she decided to find love with the help of experts in the love experiment Marriage at First Sight: Australia.
Sandy will breathe a fatal yes in tonight’s episode. Will she find eternal love?
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Even before entering the show, Sandy Jawanda went through an incredible transformation of her body. The 36-year-old dental hygienist revealed her massive weight loss in an Instagram video, captioning the post: “If they don’t know how far you’ve come, show them.”
At the same time, she said that although it is difficult to look at her older photos, she takes them as a reminder of how hard she worked to get to where she is now. Will she also find happiness in love in the show?
The tenth season of the popular love experiment Marriage at First Sight: Australia can be watched on Planet from Monday to Thursday at 21.10.
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