Married At First Sight producers have issued another warning to fans asking them to be kind to the contestants on the show as they are targeted by vicious trolls.
Tayah Victoria is one of the stars who has been attacked online since joining the E4 dating show and she shared their message to be kind and supportive to contestants.
The message read: “We just want to say a big thank you to everyone who is remembering to #BeKind to all our lovely brides and grooms.
“It has been a wild ride so far, but remember, the people taking part in this experiment, their friends and family do see your messages X #MAFSUK team.”
Another contestant, Amy Christophers, commented on the post saying: “And also remember you see only a snippet of days filming in one episode and somethings are taken without any context relating to it to add drama!!!
“We all went in there just wanting to be loved! Some of us got that, some of us didn’t but we don’t deserve the abuse we are receiving. The ones who are positive we see you and appreciate you.”
The plea comes after Tayah was forced to respond to cruel comments from a troll who posted a comment on one of her Instagram pictures speculating the star might have a “baby bump”.
In the snap, the star was seen posing in a white dress alongside her TV husband Adam Aveling. She captioned it: “It’s home stays tonight and I’m off to Doncaster!! Do you guys think I’ll like it! #mafsuk.”
Tayah, who lives in Hertfordshire, moved to Doncaster in the latest episode to visit Adam’s home and to tell his parents they’re in love.
However, someone commented the white dress she was wearing made her look like she was expecting a baby.
Tayah then replied: “It’s called being a female and having a natural slight bump on your stomach WHICH IS NORMAL.
“This is such a damaging comment, I’m a thin person as well so you really need to check yourself before you comment such damaging things to young women.”
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It is not the first time Tayah has to deal with trolls, with the TV star calling out someone for making cruel comments about her miscarriage this week.
The 25-year-old lost a baby while living in Australia and opened up about her experience to Adam as the couple were discussing have babies together.
Tayah explained: “Tonight’s episode was a tough one to watch in parts, my miscarriage hasn’t been something I have spoken about to many people and still find difficult in a sense to speak about.
“However I hope speaking about this subject brings to light the awareness it really needs.
“My family, also, are the most amazing, supportive family in the world and I’m the luckiest person alive to have them.
“I’m so excited for everyone to see the journeys of myself and Adam and the rest of the couples throughout this process.”
Married At First Sight UK continues Monday at 9pm on E4.