My Kitchen Rules – Three Gatecrashers Enter The Fray This Week
Well sneaky Channel Seven whipping viewers about the Asian gatecrashers that two other intruders have slipped under the radar.
However an eagle eyed commenter Bobbykins had guessed there were two and thanks to Little Petal for linking the article that finally reveals some of the twist. The Western Australian team pictured above look like hippies.
The SMH story states that there are three teams of gates crashes from NSW, Victoria and Western Australia.
The article states:
A la Big Brother, the series will reveal three “intruder” style couples on Monday, February 18.
They include “real housewives” Angela and Melina from Victoria, “BFFs” Ashlee and Sophia from New South Wales and “food nerds” Kieran and Nastassia from Western Australia.
While MKR judge Manu Fieldel said participants were “scared and shocked” when the gatecrashers were introduced, WA’s food nerds admitted the “villains” and “manipulators” they met soon changed tack.
Nastassia Jorre De St Jorre, a property manager, and Kieran Reidy, JB Hi-Fi salesperson, said each couple entered the competition with a different approach.
“There are only a couple of people who try to manipulate the situation and that seemed to be after they’d failed in the kitchen,” Jorre De St Jorre said.
“There was an element of keeping us at arm’s length but then it just fell into place,” Reidy added.
“There was definite sizing up, we were sizing people up as well, but we soon found it easy to get along with everyone.”
The pair met 11 years ago; Jorre De St Jorre’s husband is Reidy’s best friend and both admit that when they get in the kitchen, she wears the pants.
“I was ’round her house and she needed a hand in the kitchen and I said ‘I can help’ and she was taken aback that I could cook,” Reidy said.
“She’s a good person to have in a crisis because she knows how to take over and take charge.”
Fieldel said the gatecrashers were “going to try their best to get someone else kicked out” and while WA’s gatecrashers connected most with Victoria’s Angela and Melina, the opposite was initially true of their NSW counterparts.
“Initially Ashlee and Sophia were a little bit difficult to take, but the more we were with them the more we realised they weren’t all about that,” Jorre De St Jorre said.
“They come across as villains, and kudos to them they seem happy to be that persona but we spent some time way from everything else and they were fun.”
“I think it was their game plan because they weren’t there to make friends,” Reidy added.
It will be interesting to see how they enter the game, and who they have to cook against to get in the competition.
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