Married at First Sight’s Morgan Bell learns wedding is CANCELED after husband-to-be suffers medical emergency

MARRIED at First Sight’s Morgan Bell has learned her wedding is cancelled after her husband-to-be suffers a medical emergency.

The Sun can exclusively reveal relationship expert Dr. Pepper gave Morgan an emergency video conference call to deliver the alarming news.


Married at First Sight’s Morgan Bell learned about a concerning health scare about her husband-to-be Binh TrinhCredit: Lifetime
Binh has contracted Covid-19 and the wedding had to be canceled


Binh has contracted Covid-19 and the wedding had to be canceledCredit: Lifetime

The Sun can exclusively share Morgan answered a video conference call from Dr. Pepper as the expert told the bride-to-be there were “a few things to go over” about a “serious update.”

Dr. Pepper went on to tell Morgan her wedding must be canceled and postponed because her husband-to-be, Binh Trinh, had contracted Covid.

The MAFS expert told Morgan: “We need to make sure he is 100% well and tests negative before not only you meet him but also your friends and family.”

She continued: “You will get a honeymoon, but unfortunately it will be somewhat shorter.”

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In a confessional, Morgan said: “It’s sad for Covid to now come in a ruin my wedding! It’s just frustrating.”

She elaborated: “I’m still concerned about him because he is going to be my husband and I hope that he’s not really sick right now and that this is going to be a tiny blip in our story.

Morgan wondered: “But my wedding is only a couple of days away. What if he got cold feet and he’s lying about Covid? That is the actual nightmare.”


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As a new cast member of season 15 of Married at First Sight, Morgan is a nurse who is at the point in her life where she is ready to settle down with someone.

According to the couple’s biography, she believes that her career has prepared her for Married at First Sight and is hoping the experts are successful in finding her perfect match.

Morgan’s new partner, Binh, is in the best physical and mental shape of his life and is also looking to settle down and hopefully start a family.


Four other couples are also joining Morgan and Binh for season 15 of the social experiment.

Stacia is described as an unconventional person and believes that Married At First Sight is her last chance at marriage and a family.

According to the couple’s biography, she is ready to put all of her faith in the experts.

Stacia’s new partner, Nate, is an active and successful day trader in the stock market who believes in “intentional high-risk, high reward.”

Alexis is described as authentic and self-aware and is typically comfortable in her own skin.

According to the couple’s biography, Alexis is ready to commit to one person for the rest of her life and is fully aware that it will require making compromises.

Justin is looking for help from the experts to find someone who will appreciate him wholeheartedly.

Krysten is used to getting everything she has ever wanted but has had trouble finding a partner in the past.

According to the couple’s biography, she loves love, and one of her greatest wishes in life is to be married.

Mitch, on the other hand, isn’t one for long-term relationships and believes that this might be his only shot at marriage.

Lindy is over the dating scene and ready to settle down to start the next chapter in her life.

According to the couple’s biography, Lindy’s new partner, Miguel, is a scientist who believes that the reality show is a “perfect juxtaposition of chance and methodological romantic pairing.”


While contestants on Married at First Sight do receive payment for their participation on the show, it’s not much compared to other reality television series.

“They receive a stipend – essentially a per diem since we often film 50 to 60 hours a week with them,” a source told Women’s Health in 2020.

Another source – someone claiming to be a production assistant – said couples are paid $1.5K per episode.

Nasser Sultan, who appeared in season five of Married at First Sight: Australia, revealed how much he got paid.

He told “You get $150 for the day, that’s it.

“But on top of that, you have to pay expenses – your living expenses with the woman that you marry.”

He added: “It’s not $150 clear. You still have to pay rent if you’re renting, you’ve gotta pay your rego and it’s 12 hour filming days.”

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Another previous MAFS contestant, Clark Sherwood, spoke out about the money situation, stating: “There’s no financial gain from going on the show.”

There is no prize and no one has crowned a winner on MAFS.

Morgan is worried the wedding and honeymoon being postponed may mean Binh is actually getting cold feet


Morgan is worried the wedding and honeymoon being postponed may mean Binh is actually getting cold feetCredit: Lifetime
Morgan confessed her situation is an 'actual nightmare'


Morgan confessed her situation is an ‘actual nightmare’Credit: Lifetime
Morgan and Binh are joining four other couples on the latest season of Married at First Sight


Morgan and Binh are joining four other couples on the latest season of Married at First SightCredit: Lifetime


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