Married at First Sight is the biggest television show in Australia, so it's hardly surprising its stars are attempting to cash in on what otherwise might be short-lived fame.
Book releases, podcasts, and nightclub appearances are among some of the ways MAFS contestants are clawing their way to a career.
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'Cyclone' Cyrell Paule completed her first nightclub appearance in Melbourne on Friday. She hosted a party at a club called 'Rated R' and judged a 'Dad bod' competition on stage.
She also hosted an event at another club, Taste. Before each appearance she posted to Instagram, thanking the brands that supplied her outfits.
Dino Hira, another contestant, worked on his memoirs during shooting and is set to release his autobiographical self-help book A Miner Who Wins Inner Peace, reports The Daily Mail.
It's due for release April 14, if anyone is desperate to score a copy.
Like Cyrell, Mick Gould is also trying to cash in on appearances.
He is set to host a 'flanny party' at a Victoria club on April 13, in honour of his favourite item of clothing. Anyone in a flannelette shirt will skip the line and receive free entry before 11pm.
Sam Ball, one of the season's cheaters, has used the controversy to attempt a YouTube career. He describes it as "a channel full of laughs and a reflection of my true self".
A bizarre trailer shows Sam dressed in a dinosaur costume, chasing a small dog.
The channel is called 'Sam the Rogue'. Despite his notoriety, he has just 155 subscribers so far.
Another cheating spouse, Ines Basic, seems to be going the 'influencer' route, offering discount codes on social media so followers can purchase products she endorses.
Her spurned partner Bronson Norrish is selling out 'freedom parties' with his company Party Boat Charters. For a price, fans can meet him face to face.
Mike Gunner, who divided viewers with "sexist" comments, intends to launch a podcast about relationships entitled I'm Not Your Therapist, in a nod to an infamous comment he made to wife Heidi Latchcam during their honeymoon.