The My Kitchen Rules ‘friends with attitude’ have been labelled ‘villains’ after starting drama-filled feuds with their co-stars during Group One’s Instant Restaurant round.
And while it appears controversial team Roula and Rachael will butt heads with their new Group Two rivals this week, they will also clash with judge Colin Fassnidge.
According to New Idea, the Irish chef is angered when he catches the Melbourne friends attempting to bad mouth him on set.
‘Am I really f***ing hearing this?’ MKR judge Colin Fassnidge fires back at ‘villains’ Roula and Rachael during heated challenge exchange
The publication claimed Colin was presenting his thoughts and expertise to the group, when Roula said: ‘Am I really f***ing hearing this?’
They claim she continues with, ‘That is absolute bulls**t’, before Colin fires back at the rude comment.
The publication said he looks directly at the women to tell them: ‘I can hear you!’
‘That is absolute bulls**t’ The publication claims the Irish chef is angered when he catches the Melbourne friends attempting to bad-mouth him while presenting his opinions and sharing his expertise on set with the teams
A trailer for Monday’s episode appears to confirm the tense exchange, which is believed to occur during an outside challenge.
The clip teased, ‘Who would dare say this to a judge?’ while showing the quote ‘This is bulls**t!’ followed by a shocked Roula and Rachael at the table.
While the pair have been represented on-screen as trouble makers and ‘villains’, Roula told New Idea: ‘Attitude, personality, rivalry, drama, I don’t regret any of it.’
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‘Don’t regret any of it’: Rachael and Roula claimed they had no regrets and didn’t deserve the title of ‘villains’ as they were just ‘very strong and opinionated’
Rachael also agreed with having no regrets, noting they didn’t deserve the title as ‘villains’ as they are just ‘very strong and opinionated.’
Daily Mail Australia have reached out to Channel Seven for comment.
Group One and Two will be merged this week on the reality cooking series, with the head-to-head confrontation between the duo and Colin due to air on Monday or Tuesday.
My Kitchen Rules returning Monday from 7.30pm on Seven
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