Elora Murger is already a veteran of Australian reality TV shows.
The brunette beauty made her debut on The Bachelor in 2017, before returning for Bachelor In Paradise 2018.
And after being booted off Bachelor In Paradise on Tuesday night, Elora, 29, has spoken out about the psychological toll reality TV can have on its participants.
She told Yahoo Lifestyle on Wednesday that she would be open to appearing on Married At First Sight, but cautioned that the show could be testing.
‘I see how difficult it is for the people in there [on MAFS] and I think when they come out of it, they struggle a bit,’ Elora said.
She added: ‘I think I’d really have to think about it on a mental health point of view.’
The Bondi-based personal trainer first appeared on TV screens in season five of The Bachelor, in 2017.
Elora was told by then-Bachelor Matty ‘J’ Johnson, 31, that he felt he would be ‘clipping her wings’ if he chose her, and let the brunette go.
She then had a brief stint on Bachelor In Paradise in 2018, lasting one week on the show before getting the boot.