Married At First Sight’s Davina Rankin had previously appeared on other Australian network programs. But, we’re not really surprised.
The aspiring star appeared on Channel Ten program, Big Brother, as an extra in 2012 but wasn’t an actual contestant, according to Daily Mail. Davina was featured during an episode where a ‘fake’ Big Brother house was constructed and a selection of models were brought in for a pool party.
From the Ten Network to Channel Nine’s Married At First Sight, Davina also spent some time on Seven. It was revealed earlier this month that the reality guest star had previously appeared on First Dates in 2016.
Recently, Davina has faced some major backlash on social media due to a love-triangle-scandal currently airing on Married At First Sight.
In an interview with A Current Affair, Rankin described the public backlash from the public as “scary.”
“I’ve really put myself out there for the whole world,” she said. “Well, the whole of Australia, to really judge me and criticise me.”
However, Rankin revealed she’s not used to so much attention.
“I’ve [always] lived happily in my bubble, and you know no-one really gives me any grief,” she said.
When asked by ACA whether she can handle the backlash, Davina answers, “If anyone can deal with it, it’s going to be me. I can handle it.”