On Sunday night’s explosive episode of My Kitchen Rules, ‘villains’ Ibby Moubadder and Romel Kouyan confessed to rigging their scores in order to keep their favoured teams in the competition.
The Sydney ‘socialites’, who are members of Group One, admitted they dabbled in the strategic scoring in order to boot Group Two’s Anne and Jennifer off the program last week.
The duo’s devious disclosure caused considerable fallout, with angry co-stars claiming the pair were not acting in the spirit of the show, appearing more interested in winning than they were in cooking.
‘It’s a competition and we’re here to win!’ On Sunday night’s episode of My Kitchen Rules, ‘villains’ Ibby and Romel confessed to rigging their scores in order keep their favoured teams in the competition
Ibby and Romel revealed their scheme to fellow members of Group One, claiming they were acting in their best interests.
However, the Group didn’t appear to appreciate the favour and blasted the pair for their troubling tactics.
Outspoken home-schooled brothers Josh and Austin called the strategy scoring ‘bulls**t’, while Andy and Ruby stated: ‘We are so p**ed off! We definitely think Ibby and Romel have put a target now on Group One’.
Angered: Outspoken home-schooled brothers Josh and Austin (pictured) called the strategy scoring ‘bulls**t’
Not happy: Andy and Ruby were similarly unimpressed, remarking: ‘We are so p**ed off!
Co-stars Amanda and Blake were also less-than-impressed, worrying that Group Two would subsequently resort to the same dirty tricks.
‘If Group Two wanted to go tit-for-tat with strategic voting, then we’re done. Simple as that!’ they stated.
However, Ibby and Romel didn’t seem fazed by the outrage, calming sipping champagne as they faced the barrage of criticism.
Concerns: Co-stars Amanda and Blake were also less-than-impressed, worrying that Group 2 would subsequently resort to the same dirty tricks
Even judge Colin Fassnidge jumped in to slam the pair, stating: ‘You’re more worried about the scoring than the actual cooking?’
‘It’s a competition, we’re here to win,’ Romel coolly replied.
The explosive episode came after Josh and Austin gave an interview to
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‘They were harassing us!’ My Kitchen Rules ‘villains’ Josh and Austin Bonwick (pictured) have revealed the shocking exchange with Ibby and Romel they couldn’t show on TV