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The Challenge: Kiki Morris visits KIIS FM studios in a rented $180,000 Bentley

She was crowned the winner of ratings-starved reality show The Challenge Australia on Tuesday night.

And Kiki Morris celebrated her success on Wednesday by renting a very expensive car to attend an interview with KIIS FM in Sydney.

The Bachelor star was spotted leaving the radio studios and climbing into a black Bentley Continental GT, worth about $180,000.

Kiki Morris arrived in a rented $180,000 Bentley for an interview at the KIIS FM studios in North Ryde, Sydney, on Wednesday, a day after winning The Challenge Australia

Kiki confirmed on Instagram the car was rented and did not belong to her. 

Dressed to impress for her media rounds, the Bachelor in Paradise alum sported a black shirt, ripped jeans and stiletto heels. 

She completed her look with a chain necklace and a statement diamond ring, which was curiously worn on her engagement finger. 

Kiki confirmed on Instagram the car was rented and did not belong to her

Kiki confirmed on Instagram the car was rented and did not belong to her 

Dressed to impress for her media rounds, the Bachelor in Paradise alum sported a black shirt, ripped jeans and stiletto heels

Dressed to impress for her media rounds, the Bachelor in Paradise alum sported a black shirt, ripped jeans and stiletto heels 

For makeup, the reality star chiselled her cheekbones with bronzer and drew attention to her plump pout with taupe lipstick.

Kiki was crowned the joint winner of The Challenge Australia on Tuesday night, alongside Ninja Warrior’s Troy Cullen.

Kiki and Troy pocketed $100,000 for their efforts and will proceed to The Challenge: Global Championship, another reality show being filmed in South Africa.

She completed her look with a chain necklace and a statement diamond ring, which was curiously worn on her engagement finger

She completed her look with a chain necklace and a statement diamond ring, which was curiously worn on her engagement finger 

Kiki was joined by a woman, possibly a Channel 10 publicist, as she left the radio headquarters

Kiki was joined by a woman, possibly a Channel 10 publicist, as she left the radio headquarters

The pair beat out competitors Brooke Jowett, Brittany Hockley, Conor Curran and Ciarran Stott. 

During the finale, the contestants went head-to-head while racing to a campsite in an abandoned town. 

Once at the campsite, the teams were required to perform various tasks including solving a puzzle, riding 100km on a stationary bike and pushing a car weighing 1,500kg across a field. 

For makeup, the reality star chiselled her cheekbones with bronzer and drew attention to her plump pout with taupe lipstick

For makeup, the reality star chiselled her cheekbones with bronzer and drew attention to her plump pout with taupe lipstick

Kiki has confirmed on Instagram that the car was rented and does not belong to her. She posted this photo of herself in the driver's seat on Tuesday, making sure to tag the rental company's page

Kiki has confirmed on Instagram that the car was rented and does not belong to her. She posted this photo of herself in the driver’s seat on Tuesday, making sure to tag the rental company’s page 

The Challenge was one of the worst-rating reality shows in Australian TV history. 

Its metro audience plunged to a dismal 72,000 viewers, forcing Channel 10 to move the program to its least-viewed multi-channel 10 Shake.

Prior to the station change, the network had confirmed the remainder of the season would be running double episodes at 8:30pm and 9:30pm.

Kiki was crowned the joint winner of The Challenge Australia on Tuesday night, alongside Ninja Warrior's Troy Cullen (pictured)

Kiki was crowned the joint winner of The Challenge Australia on Tuesday night, alongside Ninja Warrior’s Troy Cullen (pictured) 

The Challenge, which is hosted by non-binary presenter Brihony Dawson (pictured), is one of the worst-rating reality shows in Australian TV history

The Challenge, which is hosted by non-binary presenter Brihony Dawson (pictured), is one of the worst-rating reality shows in Australian TV history 

Double episodes are aired when a network is trying to ‘burn off’ a failing series early.

It was the last nail in the coffin for the competitive reality show, which is hosted by non-binary presenter Brihony Dawson.

The Challenge brought in just 257,000 metropolitan viewers when it premiered on November 14 in the prime time slot of 7.30pm. 

Its metro audience plunged to a dismal 72,000 viewers, forcing Channel 10 to move the program to its least-viewed multi-channel 10 Shake. (Pictured: Jack Vidgen)

Its metro audience plunged to a dismal 72,000 viewers, forcing Channel 10 to move the program to its least-viewed multi-channel 10 Shake. (Pictured: Jack Vidgen) 

Ratings soon plummeted to 136,000 in the five major cities, and continued to fall. 

Based on an American format, The Challenge involves celebrities competing with athletes in a series of elimination games.

It’s believed Channel 10 only decided to screen a local version of The Challenge due to its obligations to parent company Paramount. 

It's believed Channel 10 only decided to screen a local version of The Challenge due to its obligations to parent company Paramount (Pictured: the cast of The Challenge)

It’s believed Channel 10 only decided to screen a local version of The Challenge due to its obligations to parent company Paramount (Pictured: the cast of The Challenge) 

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