MARRIED at First Sight's Susie Bradley has moved on from reality television, starting her own business at Jimboomba.
A registered nurse for six years and now a cosmetic injector, Ms Bradley offers anti-wrinkle and dermal filler injectables.
She does treatments in her home clinic at Jimboomba and at Byron Bay, where her partner, former NRL rugby league player Todd Carney lives.
The business name Injectables by Susie Pearl, incorporates Ms Bradley's middle name, which she shares with her daughter Baby.
The outspoken woman was criticised during the screening of Married at First Sight for her treatment of on-air husband Billy Vincent.
Ms Bradley said that she had moved on from her role in Married at First Sight.
"I have met someone and am in a very happy relationship," she said.
"I have my four-and-a-half-year-old daughter and am focused on my business."
The 25-year-old said she had worked at a cosmetic injectables clinic but always wanted to start her own business.
She said her Jimboomba clinic enabled people in the area to get injectables without having to travel nearer to the city.
"It is also bringing people to Jimboomba, a place that I am very proud of," Ms Bradley said.
"I love that there are no traffic lights, shops are five minutes down the road and I have six-and-a-half acres so it's not cramped."
Ms Bradley moved to Jimboomba with her family when she was 12.
Since then she has lived at Darwin but moved back to Jimboomba, buying her own property.
"Being away made me appreciate what we have here at Jimboomba," she said.
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The Married At First Sight series on Nine is an Australian take on a Danish reality television series of the same name. It features couples getting "married" after being matched by experts.
The weddings are not genuine and virtually all of the 47 couples matched have failed. Despite this, MAFS has been a ratings success.