A familiar face will return to the small screen on Tuesday night in a reality show promising couple swaps, cheating allegations and on-set punch ups.
Illawarra coal-miner Ben Lyall, 35, and his girlfriend project manager Christie Cassar, 28, will put their relationship on the line in The Super Switch, on Prime7.
It's not the first time Lyall has had 15-minutes of fame, he was labelled the "crazy eyed" suitor looking for Georgia Love's heart on The Bachelorette in 2016.
Tuesday will see Lyall and Cassar partnered with a "like-minded stranger who will hold a mirror to their own behaviour in a relationship", according to producers of the show.
There are five other couples in the experiment. They have all been split into two separate houses, away from their real partners, with three couples in The Beach Pad and the other three in The City Mansion.
"Switching partners will have them take a long hard look at their relationships," the voice-over exclaims over dramatic footage. "Love under the microscope ... with no-where to hide."
Episode one, which has already been available to view online, introduces the duo as the first to enter the experiment. They're accompanied by many sweeping views of the Illawarra coastline, while it's also revealed Lyall has quite the collection of mankinis.
Popular venue Pepe's also makes an appearance as the high-energy blonde man downs shots, while the petite Cassar watches on disapprovingly with her friends.
Cassar's main concern is the pair have been dating a year and she has to fight for one-on-one time with him.
Lyall's main complaint is his girl is stubborn and says hurtful comments in the heat of the moment.
Leading up to the series advertisements have shown Cassar embroiled in a heated conversation about cheating, and what is technically classified as cheating. However she gives Lyall a set of rules he has to live by in the experiment.
Producers have brought together an interesting bunch of individuals for the show with explosive episodes of drama to come.
The Super Switch airs on 7Plus and Prime7.