Married At First Sight‘s eighth season returns with a brand new cast of unlucky-in-love singles on Monday night.
And ahead of the anticipated premiere, Daily Mail Australia can reveal exactly who each of the participants are set to ‘marry’.
While the couples haven’t been officially announced, paparazzi photos dated back as far as October appear to confirm who will be matched with who.
Here come the brides and grooms! Married At First Sight ‘s upcoming season will feature some of the show’s ‘most genuine’ cast members when it premieres on Channel Nine later this month
Booka Nile and Brett Helling
Perth-based singer Booka Nile is set to walk down the aisle with Melbourne-based electrician Brett Helling, both 31.
The Make Them Suffer musician works in a psychiatric hospital, helping people with mental health issues integrate back into society.
Her partner, Brett, 31, has spent the past four years doing volunteer work at the Salvation Army as a meal server and support worker.
He is also currently studying psychology full time at Victoria University, which makes him the perfect fit for Booka, who already completed her degree.
Looking for love: Perth based singer Booka Nile, 31, (left) is set to walk down the aisle with Melbourne based electrician Brett Helling, 31, (right)
Spotted: Paparazzi photos dated back in October appear to confirm which participants will be paired together. Pictured Booka and Brett
Rebecca Zemek and Jake Edwards
Perth businesswoman, Rebecca Zemek, 27, will marry Jake Edwards, 32.
Jake runs his own mental health charity, Outside the Locker Room, which he set up after giving up on his dream of being an AFL star.
Rebecca is described as a confident, direct and a force to be reckoned with. She’s extroverted, adventurous and can be savage and stubborn.
New match! Perth businesswoman, Rebecca Zemek, 27, (left) will marry Jake Edwards, 32, (right)
Belinda Vickers and Patrick Dwyer
Belinda Vickers, 29, has only been on three dates in her life and has never had a boyfriend or been in a relationship.
She is a keen dancer and horse rider, lives with her cat, and works as a door-to-door sales representative.
Belinda will marry Patrick Dwyer, 27, a Melbourne-based personal trainer, who has admitted to living a ‘lonely’ life.
Perfect match? Belinda Vickers, 29, (left) will marry Patrick Dwyer, 27, a Melbourne based personal trainer, who has admitted to living a ‘lonely’ life
Has she found The One? Belinda has only been on three dates in her life and has never had a boyfriend or been in a relationship. Pictured together in October
Alana Lister and Jason Engler
Alana Lister, 30, is a teacher from Brisbane with a love of children, who’s hoping to share her passions with her groom.
She is looking for a loyal, honest partner who also enjoys deep conversations.
Alana will tie the knot with Brisbane native, Jason Engler, 35, who is confident around the ladies.
He is looking to find ‘the one’. His mother is also desperate for him to settle down.
Perfect match: Brisbane school teacher Alana Lister, 30 (left) will tie the knot with Brisbane native, Jason Engler, 35, (right) who is said to be confident around the ladies
Samantha Jayne and Cameron Dunne
Samantha, 31, is a career-driven divorced single mum who runs several businesses in Canberra.
She will marry recently single crane operator, Cameron Dunne, 32, who is looking to find love again after working in the mines in Western Australia.
Looking for love: Career driven Samantha Jayne (left) will tie the knot with Cameron Dunne, 32, (right) who is looking to find love again after working in the mines in Western Australia
Melissa Rawson and Bryce Ruthven
For the past 13 years, Melissa Rawson’s put her job as a workplace trainer first but has had no luck in the dating department.
She’s getting married to Bryce, 31, with successful radio presenter who’s ready for marriage.
Bryce, is an opinionated and outspoken groom who is never shy to speak his mind.
Work/life balance: Melissa, (left) works as a workplace trainer, and she’s prioritized her career over her personal life for too long. She’s getting married to Bryce, both 31, (right) a radio presenter who’s ready to find love again
Joanne Todd and James Susler
Mother of three, Joanne Todd, 39, is looking to meet someone to share it all with. She says it like it is and is believed to have a short fuse.
Joanne is expected to marry Melbourne based luxury car dealer James Susler, 44.
Also a single parent, father-of-three James has been dating for a year.
It’s a match! Mother of three, Joanne Todd, 39, (left) is expected to marry Melbourne based luxury car dealer James Susler, 44, (right)
Beth Moore and Russell Duance
Beth Moore, 39, is a retail worker looking to start a family and is worried she is running out of time to have children.
She describes herself as a deep thinker who is sensitive and emotional.
The Perth based beauty will be paired with Aussie larrikin, Russell Duance, 37, who works hard to distract himself after his previous marriage only lasted a year.
Perfect combo! Perth based Beth Moore will be paired with Aussie larrikin, Russell Duance, 37, who works hard to distract himself after his previous marriage only lasted a year
Coco Stedman and Sam Carraro
Coco Stedman, 30, is a Sydney Pilates studio owner who describes herself as being ‘just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy.’
She will marry Melbourne construction worker Sam Carraro, 32, who is looking to find the love of his life after being single for the past three years while concentrating on his career.
Coco was previously married, but it fell apart after only six months because she always felt she was running second to her mother-in-law.
Dream team! : Coco Stedman, (left) is set to marry Melbourne construction worker Sam Carraro, (right) who is looking to find the love of his life
The pair were spotted arriving at one of the show’s dinner parties last year
Coming soon: The new season of Married At First Sight premieres in Australia on Monday, 7.30pm on Channel Nine
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