Mick from MAFS has shared this nude snap on Instagram.
Mick from MAFS has shared this nude snap on Instagram.

Mick from MAFS shares cheeky nude photo

Ex-Married At First Sight star Mick Gould has bared all in a cheeky Instagram photo.

The fan favourite, who was originally partnered with Jessika Power on the reality show before she ditched him for Dan Webb, posted the pic to promote a good cause.

He captioned the photo: "Photographer - what pose would @tamara__joy pull if she was a bloke and raising awareness for the naked farmer which is all about mental health in the bush whilst also saying, hey I'm going to the Gympie music Muster!? Me - I got this, officer".

(The Naked Farmer is a social media movement designed to encourage people who are struggling to speak up and seek help.)

Hello ladies.
Hello ladies.

Mick's former MAFS co-star, Cyrell Paule, left a hilarious comment on the photo, writing: "Mate, you forgot to shear one of your 'lambs'".

The farmer clearly took inspiration from another co-star, Tamara Joy, who is no stranger to sharing sexy selfies on Instagram.

 

Tamara Joy loves a revealing selfie.
Tamara Joy loves a revealing selfie.

 

Lost your bathers?.
Lost your bathers?.

Since MAFS finished, Mick has been linked to former Bachelor contestant Kayla Gray who he was spotted kissing in a park back in April.

He was also set to be a part of the Married At First Sight stage show which, not surprisingly, never happened.

The Still Looking for Love tour was going to feature contestants Melissa, Mick, Cyrell and Ning spilling secrets from the show.

Set to tour Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in mid-May, the stars were going to reveal "what else happened when the cameras were on, and just as importantly, when they were off".

But just a week after it was announced, the tour was cancelled.

 

Cyrell Paule was also going to be a part of the MAFS stage show. Picture: Nigel Wright
Cyrell Paule was also going to be a part of the MAFS stage show. Picture: Nigel Wright

 

MAFS alumni from last year Dean Wells, who for some reason was going to be a part of the stage show, told Nova's Fitzy and Wippa at the time: "I think at first we all got approached to do it and I don't know if we all took it that seriously.

"We sort of all agreed to do it and … at the moment everyone's schedules aren't matching up and people weren't properly promoting it so it's just become a bit disorganised. So yeah, it's not happening."


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