So here’s some piping hot tea for this shithouse rainy Monday: Cyrell Paule and Eden Dally, AKA two of Australia’s most controversial reality TV stars, are an item now because why the fuck not?

The Married At First Sight contestant and last year’s Love Island star reportedly met at Sydney‘s Mrs Sippy a few weeks back at Cyrell’s MAFS co-star Jules Robinson’s birthday and ‘hit it off immediately’, New Idea reports.

Dally was supposedly at the event to have a few bevs with Rhyce Power, the highly publicised brother of MAFS star Jessika Power.

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Let’s go #doubletrouble

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Cyrell’s mate told the publication that she has “had an attraction to Eden ever since she saw him on Love Island last year”.

The following week, the pair went on a date to Milky Lane in Sydney where they enjoyed dinner and a smooch in an alleyway as seen in a video that seems 1000% legit and absolutely, positively not staged.

“They could barely keep their hands off each other,” one onlooker told the mag. “They rushed out of the restaurant and couldn’t stop kissing on the street. They looked like they were in a rush to get home.”

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Cosy Sundays #cappatime

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Interestingly, both stars gained notoriety on their respective reality dating shows by engaging in vulgar fisticuffs with their fellow contestants.

Last year Eden had an infamous poolside barney with a co-star and other asinine little rows like this:

Meanwhile Cyrell had that whole Martha incident plus an alleged upcoming glassing fight during the reunion episode.

Grant Denyer recently spilled the tea via 2Day FM‘s breakfast show.

“My sources told me [about the glassing incident] and I have very reliable sources!” Grant said while chatting with MAFS contestant Nic Jovanovic.

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He’s all yours ladies… #MAFS

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He adds: “So one of the contestants walks over and pours a full glass of alcohol on top of another person’s head, then the glass in hand is smashed on the table.

“And then she goes for the face of the person who spilled the wine.”

This pairing is perfectly healthy and not at all toxic. Love it. Great. Wonderful.