They might have been explosive presences on their respective reality TV shows, but Married at First Sight's "Cyclone" Cyrell Jiminez-Paule and Love Island's Eden Dally are hoping for a more laid-back experience when they hit the streets of Albury this week.
The pair, who began dating four months ago after both of their television relationships disintegrated, are in town for the launch of augmented reality app Zukaz.
The app uses Pokemon Go-like technology to enable people to physically hunt for virtual vouchers that are redeemable in Border businesses.
It was founded by Albury's Allan Endresz, who earlier in the year appealed an ACT Federal Court sequestration order against him for $18.6 million as a part of a long-running legal battle over missing funds and continuing bankruptcy proceedings by the ASIC.
"Cyclone" Cyrell Jiminez-Paule, Eden Dally along with Sam Kekovich and rugby league's Matt Cooper will be promoting the app's launch on Saturday, at QEII Square from 10.30am.
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Ms Jiminez-Paule said the couple would be spending extra time in Albury and were looking for recommendations.
"We've never been so it's pretty exciting," she said.
"We actually requested to come a day early so we could explore."
Ms Jiminez-Paule said most people she meets wanted to know one thing - how real is the 'reality' show?
"I always say the same thing, I don't know about anyone else but there was no acting with me," she said.
"People say 'you're exactly like you are on TV'."
To launch, Zukaz will be making thousands of vouchers available including a trip to Disneyland, or tickets to the NRL or AFL grand final.
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