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The Block’s most controversial episode yet: Scott Cam forced to apologise to the shocked contestants

The Block’s most controversial episode yet? Scott Cam apologises to the shocked contestants after they are brutally roasted during their room reveals in wild new teaser trailer

A new dramatic teaser trailer for Sunday’s episode of The Block shows host Scott Cam apologising to the Blockheads as they are brutally crticised by former stars Alisa and Lysandra during their Working From Home room reveals.

Scott, who is known for his ruthless opinions, tells the contestant ‘I’d like to apologise on behalf of The Block’ before reassuring them ‘it is not their fault’. 

The Blockheads look shocked during the dressing down as Jenny complains ‘Why are you doing it? I feel like that’s just unfair.’

A new dramatic teaser trailer for Sunday’s episode of The Block shows host Scott Cam apologising to the Blockheads as they are brutally crticised by former stars Alisa and Lysandra during their Working From Home room reveals 

An incredibly worried and wide-eyed Rachel also states ‘it’s a stitch up’. 

This Sunday’s episode is set to feature the ‘most brutal roasting yet’ from guest judges Alisa and Lysandra, who apparently ‘let rip’. 

As they walk around the spaces, Lysandra states ‘this is a week-one mistake’ as Alisa adds ‘I don’t really feel anything in this space’. 

Another negative comment said by Lysandra ‘smacks you in the face, doesn’t it?’ 

The Blockheads look shocked during the dressing down as Jenny complains 'Why are you doing it? I feel like that's just unfair'

The Blockheads look shocked during the dressing down as Jenny complains ‘Why are you doing it? I feel like that’s just unfair’ 

An incredibly worried and wide-eyed Rachel also states 'it's a stitch up'

An incredibly worried and wide-eyed Rachel also states ‘it’s a stitch up’ 

This Sunday's episode is set to feature the 'most brutal roasting yet' from guest judges Alisa and Lysandra, who apparently 'let rip'

This Sunday’s episode is set to feature the ‘most brutal roasting yet’ from guest judges Alisa and Lysandra, who apparently ‘let rip’ 

Earlier this week, The Block’s Sharon Johal revealed her family were worried for her mental health after she was targeted in an online hate campaign.

The actress, 35, suffered a barrage of ‘gross’ racist abuse after her ‘villain edit’ saw her caught up in a series of scandals on the Channel Nine renovation series.

She told the Herald Sun on Monday her family and friends reached out to her on R U OK? Day because they were ‘really concerned for me’.

The former Neighbours star, who considers herself a ‘survivor’ of the show rather than a contestant, said: ‘The Blockheads are the most passionate and relentless audience fan base.

Scott, who is known for his ruthless opinions, tells the contestant 'I'd like to apologise on behalf of The Block' before reassuring them 'it is not their fault'

Scott, who is known for his ruthless opinions, tells the contestant ‘I’d like to apologise on behalf of The Block’ before reassuring them ‘it is not their fault’ 

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