My Kitchen Rules usually centres around cooking drama or 'villains' stirring the pot at the dinner table. The scandal allegedly involves two current contestants and apparently leaves the others 'shocked' when they found out. Chaos is set to erupt on the Channel Seven cooking show as bombshell involving two contestants threatens to tear apart a dinner party Pictured: My Kitchen Rules' judges Manu Feildel left and Pete Evans right. Everyone was shocked.
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Strap yourselves in, Canberra. This season six Aussie couples will be hitting the competition kitchen for some intense cook-offs and challenges! You can expect the usual contest — not just of cooking, but of personalities as well! Last night Thursday we were treated to a meet and greet with Andrew and Emelia at a fun little media launch at the National Arboretum. We also got a sneak peak of what we can expect to see including some awkward and clumsy moments!
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A contestant from My Kitchen Rules has revealed that she is enjoying a relationship with someone she met while filming the show. Carla Mangion from Victoria, who is coupled with her best friend Tom Carr on the Australian cooking reality show, said that her fellow contestant set her up with local chef Andrei Escobar during a night out while filming the show in New Zealand. Mangion told the Herald Sun that she has been regularly flying to Auckland for the past six months to visit Mexican-born Escobar. We have so much in common - a love of food, a passion for travel and new cultures. Mangion revealed that Carr has been very supportive of her new romance, saying: "He just wants to see me being happy, I think.
There have been a handful of horror contestants on My Kitchen Rules, but one was worse than all the others, according to the judges. Josh, a deckhand from Western Australia, appeared on the show in with his wife Amy and quickly earnt the title of that season's villain thanks to his harsh criticisms of every other team's dishes. The contestant claimed to be the "Seafood King" but his dishes on the show proved otherwise, with Fieldel saying in tonight's special, "I know that he loved fishing but I don't think he knew what to do with it after he was on the boat.