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Farmer Wants A Wife's Natalie Gruzlewski 'on verge of QUITTING after complaining about show drama'

Farmer Wants A Wife host Natalie Gruzlewski is reportedly on the verge of quitting after being left none too pleased about the show’s focus on drama this year. 

The Channel Seven series is known as the wholesome equivalent to its dating show rivals including Married At First Sight and The Bachelor franchise – however, the current season has been embroiled in a list of scandals from the get-go. 

And New Idea has now revealed that the show’s ‘very conservative’ long-time host, 43, has complained about the explosive direction of the series this year and is frustrated about her ‘hands-on involvement with the cast’.  

'She's not happy!' Farmer Wants A Wife host Natalie Gruzlewski, 43, [pictured] is reportedly on the verge of quitting after being left none too pleased about the show's focus on drama this year

‘She’s not happy!’ Farmer Wants A Wife host Natalie Gruzlewski, 43, [pictured] is reportedly on the verge of quitting after being left none too pleased about the show’s focus on drama this year

A source has told the publication that Natalie is annoyed that Farmer Wants A Wife has lost its ‘feel-good’ factor, which initially captured the hearts of viewers.

‘Very conservative Natalie is not happy – she expected it to be like the old days,’ it’s revealed.

The brunette has also reportedly protested the ‘tone of the show’s promos and publicity which replicates Married At First Sight.’

Irritatingly enough for Natalie, Farmer Wants A Wife’s ‘MAFS-style cast and content’ has been a rating smash-hit.

New direction: The Channel Seven series is known as the wholesome equivalent to its rivals including Married At First Sight and The Bachelor franchise - however, the current season has been embroiled in a list of scandals [Pictured farmer Harry]

New direction: The Channel Seven series is known as the wholesome equivalent to its rivals including Married At First Sight and The Bachelor franchise – however, the current season has been embroiled in a list of scandals [Pictured farmer Harry]

'She expected it to be like the old days': It has now revealed that the show's 'very conservative' long-time host has complained about the explosive direction of the series this year

‘She expected it to be like the old days’: It has now revealed that the show’s ‘very conservative’ long-time host has complained about the explosive direction of the series this year

Longtime host: Before returning to the show for its tenth season this year, former weather presenter Natalie hosted Farmer Wants A Wife from 2007 to 2012 [Pictured in 2007]

Longtime host: Before returning to the show for its tenth season this year, former weather presenter Natalie hosted Farmer Wants A Wife from 2007 to 2012 [Pictured in 2007] 

Despite Natalie allegedly being at her wits end with the revamped series, she has ‘no choice’ but to forge ahead with her presenting commitments.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted a Channel Seven representative for comment.

Before returning to the show for its tenth season this year, former weather presenter Natalie hosted Farmer Wants A Wife from 2007 to 2012.

Meanwhile, on Sunday’s episode, contestant Karlana Alexander sensationally quit the show after Harry Robertson confronted her about her supposed interest in a crew member.








People want drama: Irritatingly enough for Natalie, Farmer Wants A Wife's 'MAFS-style cast and content' has been a rating smash-hit

People want drama: Irritatingly enough for Natalie, Farmer Wants A Wife’s ‘MAFS-style cast and content’ has been a rating smash-hit

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential afterwards, the 24-year-old set the record straight on claims she wanted to pursue a production employee – explaining that it was merely a bizarre rumour.

It has also been teased that in true MAFS-style, the show will be rocked by a ‘partner swap’ as one of farmer Harry’s women ‘leaves for another man’.

Farmer Wants A Wife continues Monday at 7.30 pm on Channel Seven.

Catch the drama! Farmer Wants A Wife continues Monday at 7.30 pm on Channel Seven

Catch the drama! Farmer Wants A Wife continues Monday at 7.30 pm on Channel Seven

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