My Kitchen Rules – Kelly’s Into Clean Eating Because Of Attention Deficit Disorder
Kelly has revealed she suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and that one of the things she has in common with her MKR team mate is organic, clean eating. Chloe has a seven year old son with food intolerances.
The told WA Today they want to teach parents about cutting out food additives and colourings and they want to use the show’s prize money to open a community-oriented cafe to teach its customers about healthy eating. Not sure where the triple cheese brie and truffle oil fits into this philosophy.
I wonder if they ate any of the lollipops at the Canberra team’s instant restaurant, if so it might have seen Kelly become quite lively indeed.
In the article they revealed they knew viewers were either going to love them or hate them.
The article states:
People are either going to love us or hate us and I don’t think there’s going to be any middle ground with us,” Chloe said.
“We just had a lot of fun, we were ourselves and had a few drinks around the table.”
The pair watched the previous season “religiously” and were aware they might become this season’s love-to-hate cooks, but ignored advice to play nice.
“My mum especially was like ‘Don’t be mean, don’t say any nasty stuff, just be nice about the food’,” Kelly said.
“And I was like ‘Well no, I’m not going on to My Kitchen Rules and pretend to like food when I don’t like it, just to be nice’.
“We were just ourselves – some people really hammed it up, other people were mute or didn’t say what they actually thought.”
Chloe and Kelly are the last of the teams to cook and expect that episode to be a ratings bonanza for SEVEN.
My Kitchen Rules on SEVEN 7.30pm Wednesday night.
Photo: OK Mag