They're putting their relationship to the ultimate test in Channel Seven's The Super Switch.
But for Olga Tori and Tyler Franko, they have a lot more distance to cover than some of the other couples.
Opening up to New Idea on Tuesday, Canadian native Olga, 27, revealed the heartbreak she's had to endure since leaving her family behind to come live in Australia with boyfriend Tyler, 28.
'It's really hard for me living in Australia': The Super Switch's Olga Tori revealed her loneliness after leaving her home in Canada to be with boyfriend Tyler Franko (pictured)
'It's really hard for me living in Australia. I am really homesick,' she told the publication.
'I don't have any family here. Tyler used to live here when he was a kid and his mum still lives in Cairns.'
After the couple moved, Tyler's brother and his dad also moved, so while Tyler was surrounded by family, Olga said she didn't have anyone.
'I am really homesick': Olga's Instagram is peppered with images of her alone basking in the sun at their home on the Gold Coast
To make matters worse, Olga admitted that she doesn't get along with the the family members that Tyler does have in Australia.
Talking to WHO earlier this month, Olga said: 'I love his mum, her husband and his grandma, who lives in South Africa, absolutely love them, but the other side of the family, I don't get along with them,' she said.
'I don't like how they treat Tyler, I don't like how they communicate,' she revealed.
'I'm overprotective of the people I love, so when I see that they're being mistreated – even if it's by their own