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Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power providing ‘career advice and guidance’ to Bachelor stars

EXCLUSIVE: Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power is providing ‘career advice’ to Bachelor stars hoping to make a living off Instagram… but says some of the girls ‘need Jesus’

Jessika Power has quit her day job and become a full-time Instagram model in the four months since Married At First Sight’s finale.

And the 27-year-old former office worker is now helping other reality stars turn their scandals into cash, just like she has. 

Daily Mail Australia can exclusively reveal that Jessika has been offering ‘career advice and guidance’ to several women from The Bachelor.

Married At First Sight's Jessika Power (pictured) has been providing 'career advice and guidance' to current Bachelor contestants on how to become as famous as she is

Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power (pictured) has been providing ‘career advice and guidance’ to current Bachelor contestants on how to become as famous as she is

In the past six weeks, several contestants from Matt Agnew’s season have contacted Jessika on Instagram, where she has 215,000 followers and counting. 

The women have been asking for advice on everything from dealing with online trolls to gaining more Instagram followers and securing sponsored posts. 

Jessika told Daily Mail Australia she has been happy to offer advice, but added: ‘Some of these girls need Jesus rather than help.’ 

Class of Power? Some have been asking for tips on everything from dealing with trolls, building a bigger presence on Instagram and lining up future deals. Pictured: 11 Bachelor stars

Class of Power? Some have been asking for tips on everything from dealing with trolls, building a bigger presence on Instagram and lining up future deals. Pictured: 11 Bachelor stars

Teacher: Speaking to Daily Mail Australia recently, Jessika joked that 'some of them need Jesus rather than help' - but has been happily providing words of wisdom

Teacher: Speaking to Daily Mail Australia recently, Jessika joked that ‘some of them need Jesus rather than help’ – but has been happily providing words of wisdom

During her time on Married At First Sight, Jessika made headlines by cheating on her ‘husband’ Mick Gould with fellow groom Dan Webb.

She also propositioned Nic Jovanovic on the show, and has since been linked to several men, including jailbird Suleiman ‘Sam’ Abdulrahim.

Proving that controversy sells, within weeks of the MAFS finale, Jessika brushed off the fan backlash and began raking in cash through sponsored Instagram posts. 

Since April, she has modelled for Maxim, become an ambassador for several fashion and beauty brands and made countless personal appearances. 

Unhappier times: During her time on Married At First Sight, Jessika divided Australia after stringing 'husband' Mick Gould (pictured) along to have an 'affair' with Dan Webb

Unhappier times: During her time on Married At First Sight, Jessika divided Australia after stringing ‘husband’ Mick Gould (pictured) along to have an ‘affair’ with Dan Webb

Cashing in: Proving controversy sells, within weeks of the show ending in April the backlash against Jessika abruptly ended, leaving her with a growing fanbase to monetize

Cashing in: Proving controversy sells, within weeks of the show ending in April the backlash against Jessika abruptly ended, leaving her with a growing fanbase to monetize

Daily Mail Australia previously reported that since The Bachelor premiered in July, many of the participants have been complaining about their lack of followers. 

‘There are quite a few group chats, and a lot of the girls have been left shocked after comparing [Instagram] statistics. It’s a real crisis for some of them,’ a source said.

‘Some of them genuinely thought they’d become Instagram influencers overnight and would have heaps of sponsored posts and deals lined up.’

Daily Mail Australia previously reported that since The Bachelor premiered in July, many of the participants have been complaining about their lack of followers. Pictured: Rachael Arahill

Daily Mail Australia previously reported that since The Bachelor premiered in July, many of the participants have been complaining about their lack of followers. Pictured: Rachael Arahill 

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