A cheating scandal has rocked Channel Seven’s
Neighbours have reportedly accused contestants of bending the rules to get ahead.
‘Contestants were still running in with homewares and decorations 20 minutes after we heard the buzzer go off on set [signalling the end of the renovation],’ a local told
‘It’s disappointing to witness’: House Rules has been rocked by ‘cheating’ claims as neighbours accuse the contestants of breaking the rules to get ahead. Pictured: host Johanna Griggs
‘I was there right when the timer went off,’ they added.
‘Pretty much straight after that, the contestants had to leave the site to record their [post-reno interviews], but I saw countless tradies still working and adding fixtures.’
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment and clarification.
Criticism: According to Woman’s Day, neighbours saw tradespeople working on the building site after the House Rules contestants left for the day
It comes after fans recently slammed the show’s lacklustre home reveals on Twitter.
Earlier this month, viewers claimed they were more impressed by host Johanna Griggs’ new look than the actual renovations.
‘@JohGriggs7 outfit reveal is almost more exciting than the house reveal,’ one person tweeted.
‘There’s barely been a single wall knocked down’: Meanwhile, an on-set source has claimed the contestants are angry because they don’t have enough time to complete their projects
Meanwhile, an on-set source has claimed the contestants are angry because they don’t have enough time to complete their projects.
‘The homeowners are concerned over the lack of “real renovations”,’ said an insider.
‘There’s barely been a single wall knocked down. The contestants feel they’ve wasted their time coming on the show.’
Claims: ‘The homeowners are concerned over the lack of “real renovations”,’ said an insider