The Married At First Sight all-stars reunion airs in just a few weeks' time, and while plenty of brides and grooms were welcomed back, a few were left without an invite.
According to New Idea, one of the franchise's most popular stars was 'blacklisted' - even though his outspoken ex was offered a spot.
Channel Nine apparently made sure Telv Williams wasn't involved in any way, but interestingly his former 'wife' Sarah Roza will be making a comeback in the two-part special.
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Not invited! Married At First Sight star Telv Williams (left) was reportedly 'blacklisted' from the all-stars reunion, despite his ex-'wife' Sarah Roza (together, right) being offered a spot
For his part, Telv strongly denies New Idea's claims, and insists he was invited to return but turned producers down.
'This is the first I've heard of this,' he told Daily Mail Australia. 'I wasn't blacklisted because I was asked to go and I said no.'
'I'm pretty sure that comment came from one of the three people I don't like [from Married At First Sight].'
Meanwhile, a source told New Idea 'only season five and six stars were called back because participants from earlier seasons were thought to be 'too boring'.
No-show: While Telv was supposedly 'blacklisted', others such as Samuel Ball (pictured) were invited but simply didn't show up for the shoot, reports New Idea
While Telv was supposedly 'blacklisted', others such as Samuel Ball were invited but simply didn't show up for the shoot.
A handful of notorious ex-contestants were also offered generous contracts but couldn't be persuaded to return.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Former 'villain' Davina Rankin apparently turned down the offer, with New Idea's source saying: 'She's a mum now, I think she's just moved on.'
Gone! The reunion special was filmed in Lilyfield, Sydney, over two nights in December. Nasser Sultan dramatically stormed out on night one of the shoot