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‘Married At First Sight’ Is Looking For Singles In Chicago Who Want To Get Married At First Sight

The majority of couples who said "I do" for the show have divorced since their appearances. But we believe in you.

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CHICAGO — The city’s singles have a new way to look for love — as long as they’re down to get married at first sight.

“Married at First Sight,” a popular reality TV show that asks participants to do just what the names implies, is casting in Chicago. To apply, fill out this online form.

The 72-part questionnaire asks would-be lovers to share information about their lives — like if they have tattoos, relationship deal breakers and how they feel about marriage — as part of the casting process.

The show has had at least 16 seasons and several spinoffs since starting its American version in 2014. It focuses on matching a few couples, then following them for a short period to document how they get to know each other and determine if they’ll decide to stick together.

The majority of couples who said “I do” for the show have divorced since their appearances.

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