Last year’s MAFS villain, Olivia Frazer, has said that if she didn’t go on MAFS she’d probably be pregnant and married to her ex.

During a chat with Yahoo Lifestyle Australia, The reality star reflected on the fame that Married at First Sight bought her, and the opportunities that came hand in hand with her TV stint.

“If I didn’t go on MAFS I’d probably be married to my ex, probably pregnant, probably finished my teaching degree, hopefully on offer with a school somewhere,” she said.

“I think that I probably would have been pretty happy in that life, but I think there would have been a little element of like, what could have been. I feel like I really wanted this adventure and I’m really glad I’m here.”

In the same interview, Olivia celebrated the achievements she’s accomplished since launching her post-MAFS career on OnlyFans.

“Honestly, where I am right now, I never saw it coming,” she said. “This time last year Jackson and I had just moved in together and I was like, end of this year we’ll be talking marriage and babies and stuff like that and I’ll be a little homemaker. I should be finishing my teaching degree right about now.

“Now I’m on OnlyFans, I’m single, I’m on the cover of Maxim – it’s the complete opposite. I think it’s the path that I was meant to be on and I’m where I’m meant to be. Every day I wake up and I’m just so happy with my life.”

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However, despite the success the show bought her, Olivia said she wants to distance herself from MAFS “as much as possible” this year.

“I don’t know what opportunities are in store for me, but I do want to do a podcast because I think I’ve got some good stories,” she shares. “And there are a lot of dimensions to me that people have no idea about. I’ve saved things where I’m like, I will never speak about this publicly unless it’s for a platform where I can explain myself and it’s self-produced.

“There’s just so much explaining I still have to do about myself, so I think a podcast is what I really want to do. But I don’t think that’s going to be given to me so I’ll have to work out how to do it myself.”

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