Celebrity Dining: MAFS’ Cyrell Paule reveals shock at her fame lasting as she quits her day job

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Celebrity Dining: MAFS’ Cyrell Paule reveals shock at her fame lasting as she quits her day job

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Celebrity Dining: Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Cyrell Paule reveals shock her fame has lasted so long as she QUITS her day job to become a full time celebrity – after ‘making $27,000 in nine days’

By Joshua Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 20:46 EDT, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 20:48 EDT, 4 June 2019

Cyrell Paule has officially quit her day job to become a full time celebrity. 

Following her rise to fame on Married At First Sight, the star has turned her back on life as a quality assurance officer for a health insurance company. 

‘I had to stop my day job… I had to make the choice to do this for the meantime,’ she told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday of life in the spotlight. 

Married At First Sight’s Cyrell Paule (pictured) has revealed her shock that her fame has lasted so long, as she QUITS her day job to become a full time celebrity

Cyrell, 30, also admitted her shock at how her fame and popularity is yet to fade. 

‘I did not think the time frame of this would extend out has far as it has done,’ she said with surprise, as she becomes one of the show’s highest ever earners. 

In April, an industry insider tipped Cyrell to make ‘$27,000 attending just nine events’ – with her having since secured many more bookings across Australia. 

As well as personal appearances, the reality star has also starting doing sponsored Instagram posts and brand endorsements, boosting her bank balance even more. 

‘I had to stop my day job… I had to make the choice to do this for the meantime,’ she told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday of life in the spotlight. Pictured with ex-boyfriend Nic Jovanovic

In the past: Cyrell used to work as a quality assurance officer for a health insurance company

‘I’ve had some many people saying you’re making this much or that much. What is wrong with that?’ she said defiantly. 

‘Last time I checked I was a woman that was independent and willing to work my a*** off. Everything I do, I do for my family.

‘And if that means I will get paid more, what’s wrong with that? If a man can do it, why the hell can a woman not?’

Making money: These days, her life is full of personal appearance and brand endorsements, having earned ‘$27,000 for nine events’ she booked in April 

Owning it: ‘I’ve had some many people saying you’re making this much or that much. What is wrong with that?’ Cyrell said defiantly, adding, ‘Everything I do, I do for my family’

When asked how life is different to this time last year, Cyrell joked: ‘There’s a lot more events and wining and dining, and there’s a new guy [Eden Dally] in my life.

‘In my old job I audited all of the consultants phone calls. Isn’t that ironic? 

‘What I did for a living was telling people how to speak – yet the relationship experts on MAFS kept having a go at me for how I delivered messages to people [laughs].’

During her time on Married At First Sight, Cyrell earned herself a loyal following after her violent clashes with ‘mean girl’ Martha Kalifatidis.

Security presence: Speaking of life these days, Cyrell joked: ‘There’s a lot more events and wining and dining, and there’s a new guy [Eden Dally, pictured left].’ Pictured in April

Anger issues: During her time on Married At First Sight, Cyrell earned herself a loyal following after her violent clashes with ‘mean girl’ Martha Kalifatidis (pictured) 

Earlier this week, Cyrell was announced as an unlikely football ambassador for the Matilda’s upcoming 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign with Hyundai. 

‘It’s something I actually feel very strongly about. You know me, I’ve always been about empowering women,’ she said.

‘Right now, I’m encouraging people to show their support for the Matildas.’

The star is enlisting the help of fans to write messages of support on a Hyundai in Sydney this week, which will then be flown to France ahead of the games.

For more information on Cyrell’s campaign, visit HyundaiFootball.com.au  

Empowering: Earlier this week, Cyrell was announced as an unlik