But on Thursday, Ines said she was willing to give reality TV another shot and was actually lined up to take part in a show in New Zealand before the coronavirus pandemic.
“I actually got asked to film another TV show there, and the reason I said yes was because it was in New Zealand and I’ve always wanted to go there,” she said in response to a question on her Instagram story.
“However, I don’t know what happened with the cast. That fell apart.
“Production would’ve started now, so I don’t think it would’ve went ahead anyway because filming would start now and we’re in lockdown.”
She didn’t name the show, but hopefully the Kiwis push on with it after their lockdown.
Ines, 30, has been open about how her appearance on MAFS came at the cost of her mental health, after she was trolled and bullied online.
“During the filming of MAFS and right after filming finished, I was not in the right…