Would you marry someone you’ve never met, on top of having it documented for national television? That’s the premise for a new reality show called, “Married at First Sight.”

Singles agree to marry a complete stranger – they don’t even know each other’s names until they walk down the aisle.

The experiment uses expert matchmakers to pair potential spouses based on personality, backgrounds, beliefs and goals. Physical attributes, however, are not factored in. After four weeks, the couple decides whether or not to stay together.

Despite skepticism, in the Danish version of the show, two out of three couples ended up in successful marriages.

Today on Outnumbered, Fox News contributor Stacey Dash said that after three marriages she still believes in love at first sight.  

Andrea Tantaros called this show her worst nightmare. “I barely want to marry someone that I’ve been dating for two years. How well do you know that person? And the reason why they were married in Denmark is because there’s not a lot of people in Denmark.”

Hear what today's #oneluckyguy Pete Hegseth thinks about this topic in the clip above!