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Washed-up MAFS star gatecrashes Tahnee and Ollie’s homestays… before the show’s producers deliver a humiliating blow
A long-forgotten Married At First Sight groom who is desperately clinging to his 15 minutes of fame tried – and failed – to make a cameo on this year’s season.
Nasser Sultan, who starred on the 2018 season and has since become notorious for gatecrashing red carpet events, tried to get on camera while Tahnee Cook and Ollie Skelton where filming Homestay Week back in November.
As producers followed the young couple around Sydney’s eastern suburbs, Nasser pestered the crew to film a scene with him, reports Yahoo Lifestyle.
‘Nasser saw them setting up to film and followed them around Bondi, asking producers if we could do a scene with Ollie and Tahnee,’ a source told the website.
‘The crew said no and tried to get rid of him, but he crashed it anyway and introduced himself Ollie and Tahnee totally blanked him and it was super awkward.’
Nasser Sultan (pictured), a long-forgotten Married At First Sight groom who is desperately clinging to his 15 minutes of fame, tried – and failed – to make a cameo on this year’s season
Photos showed Nasser awkwardly standing behind Tahnee and Ollie as they spoke to producers while filming a scene in an op-shop.
But in a brutal snub, all traces of Nasser were edited out in post-production and he was not show on screen at any point during Homestay Week.
It comes after the reality TV troublemaker clashed with security at the ARIA Awards at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion in November.
This time the former Married At First Sight groom, 55, tried to hop back in front of the cameras of the matchmaking show he got his start on
The former music promoter was denied entry when his name was no where to be found on the VIP list, Yahoo reported at the time.
But somehow he was later photographed on the red carpet.
Nasser had tried to attend the Australian music industry’s night of nights with a media pass, but became frustrated with his lack of access.
Journalists covering the event were crowded into a single enclosure.
As producers followed Tahnee Cook and Ollie Skelton during homestays, Sultan pestered the crew to film a scene with him, reported Yahoo Lifestyle on Wednesday
After being turned away, Nasser was seen making angry phone calls and wandering around the venue, before eventually making it onto the red carpet.
‘Nasser thought he was there [at the ARIAs] as one of the big celebrity guests. He got a reality check when he arrived and found out he was stuck behind a barrier,’ a source said.
He was apparently hoping to get red carpet access so he could score interviews with celebrity musicians for a website.
It comes after Sultan clashed with security at the ARIA Awards at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion in November. According to Yahoo the former music promoter was turned away from entry when his name was no where to be found on the VIP list