A look at the MAFS stars charging fans for personalised Cameo videos 

A number of Married At First Sight stars have turned to Cameo in an attempt to hold onto their 15 minutes of fame. 

The likes of Cyrell Paule, Amanda Micallef, Mishel Karen, Dean Well and Bryce Ruthven have all signed up for the site, which offers fans personalised videos from the stars from as little as $30. 

Amanda Micallef, who rose to fame on the show back in 2020 and married Tash Herz in a same-sex wedding, charges the most on the site. 

Amanda, who is now a  ‘relationship podcaster,’ charges fans $119 for a personalised video and $834 for a business video. 

‘Let me shout out a personalised message to your family, friends or special someone…,’ she writes in her bio, alongside two love heart emojis. 

A number of Married At First Sight stars have turned to Cameo in an attempt to hold onto their 15 minutes of fame. The likes of Cyrell Paule, Amanda Micallef (pictured), Mishel Karen, Dean Well and Bryce Ruthven have all signed up for the site which offers fans personalised videos

Cyrell Paule, known affectionally as Cyclone Cyrell by fans, charges $89, while OnlyFans star Mishel charges just $30. 

‘Nurturing. Strong. Honest,’ her Cameo bio reads. 

Bryce Ruthven charges fans $60 for a shoutout video, while Dean Wells charges $52.

Cyrell Paule (pictred), called Cyclone Cyrell by fans, charges $89 for a shout out

Cyrell Paule (pictred), called Cyclone Cyrell by fans, charges $89 for a shout out

OnlyFans star Mishel (pictured) charges just $30. 'Nurturing. Strong. Honest,' her Cameo bio reads

OnlyFans star Mishel (pictured) charges just $30. ‘Nurturing. Strong. Honest,’ her Cameo bio reads

Other Married At First Sight stars on Cameo, include Jackson Lonie ($45), Melissa Walsh ($22), Davina Rankin ($52), and Mike Gunner ($75).

It comes after it was revealed that the stars of the latest season of the show are set to walk away with lucrative careers as social media influencers. 

Perth-based brides Bronte Schofield and Lyndall Grace have signed with the same manager.

Bryce Ruthven charges fans $60 for a shoutout video, while Dean Wells charges $52. Other Married At First Sight stars include Jackson Lonie ($45), Melissa Walsh ($22), Davina Rankin ($52), and Mike Gunner ($75)

Bryce Ruthven charges fans $60 for a shoutout video, while Dean Wells charges $52. Other Married At First Sight stars include Jackson Lonie ($45), Melissa Walsh ($22), Davina Rankin ($52), and Mike Gunner ($75)

The fan favourites are being represented by Benji Hart’s THE.mgmt.

Sandy Jawanda, who was paired with Dan Hunjas on the dating show, will also be represented by the same company.

Melbourne-based Claire Nomarhas has signed up with influencer management company, One Day Dream Talent.

Harrison Boon has signed on with Rojo Consulting, who also look after Olivia Frazer, Jackson Lonie, Cody Bromley and Tamara Djordjevic.

It comes after it was revealed that the stars of the latest season of the show are set to walk away with lucrative careers as social media influencers. Harrison Boon (pictured) has signed on with Rojo Consulting, who also look after Olivia Frazer, Jackson Lonie, Cody Bromley and Tamara Djordjevic

It comes after it was revealed that the stars of the latest season of the show are set to walk away with lucrative careers as social media influencers. Harrison Boon (pictured) has signed on with Rojo Consulting, who also look after Olivia Frazer, Jackson Lonie, Cody Bromley and Tamara Djordjevic

Janelle Han will remain represented by MGMT, who have been looking after her since her career as a TikTok star kicked off before the pandemic.

Alyssa Barmonde is also understood to be in final negotiations with a Sydney-based firm, as is her on-screen groom Duncan James.

It comes after Daily Mail Australia revealed that this year’s brides and grooms will have to wait until May 15 to get their Instagram accounts back.

By the time they get their Instagram accounts back, their 15 minutes of fame may have faded, leaving them with fewer opportunities to capitalise on their MAFS experience.

Janelle Han will remain represented by MGMT, who have been looking after her since hercareer as a TikTok star kicked off before the pandemic.

Janelle Han will remain represented by MGMT, who have been looking after her since her career as a TikTok star kicked off before the pandemic

 

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