The 2022 Logie Awards, one of the biggest nights in the Australian television calendar, are just around the corner, but MAFS contestant Olivia Frazer doesn’t sound too bothered about missing out. 

Last month, it was revealed that only seven of the 22 contestants on last season’s MAFS were invited to the 2022 Logies. Domenica Calarco, Ella Ding, Brent Vitiello, Al Perkins, Jack Millar, Selina Chhaur and Dion Giannarelli were all given invites to the prestigious event, with the likes of Olivia, her partner Jackson Lonie, and Tamara Djordjevic missing out.

According to a source, the uninvited were “furious”, with Olivia and Jackson allegedly going so far as to contact Channel Nine executives in a desperate bid to obtain an invite. “They think it’s favouritism as usual,” the source said. “They were practically begging to be invited which is funny because they never stood a chance.”

According to So Dramatic! though, Olivia wasn’t fussed at all about missing out on the Logies. She confessed to the podcast that she “couldn’t give two sh*ts” about not getting an invite. “No, we didn’t get invited to the Logies, but I’d rather experience various forms of torture,” she insisted. “[We] couldn’t give two sh*ts.”

Supporting MAFS was also supposedly not something on her schedule. “I’d rather honestly stay home and pluck my fingernails off one by one than attend the Logies to support Married at First Sight,” she explained.

MAFS is nominated for Most Popular Reality Program at the 2022 Logies, up against the likes of MasterChef Australia, Celebrity Apprentice Australia, and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. The event is set to take place on Sunday, June 19th at The Star Gold Coast, Queensland.

It’s the first ceremony to be held since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and it will be broadcast live on the Nine Network.

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