Entertainment House Rules' Wendy Moore promises a tight competition

06:56  07 may  2018
06:56  07 may  2018 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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So the competition stays open pretty much the whole time." House Rules judge Wendy Moore with host Johanna Griggs and fellow judges Laurence Llewelyn Bown (left) and Drew Heath. Wendy promises fans can also expect excitement from the outset, with House Rules ' first-ever auction.

Scroll through for the latest updates on House Rules ! House Rules ' Wendy Moore promises a tight competition . Chatting to TV WEEK ahead of the season premiere, Wendy reveals that, unlike previous seasons, the competition is closer than ever before.

Johanna Griggs et al. posing for the camera: House Rules judge Wendy Moore with host Johanna Griggs and fellow judges Laurence Llewelyn Bown (left) and Drew Heath.© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd House Rules judge Wendy Moore with host Johanna Griggs and fellow judges Laurence Llewelyn Bown (left) and Drew Heath.

The time has come to put on those hard hats, because House Rules is back!

And according to judge Wendy Moore, viewers can expect more changes, challenges and drama this time around.

Chatting to TV WEEK ahead of the season premiere, Wendy reveals that, unlike previous seasons, the competition is closer than ever before.

"There's no obvious leader and no obvious rung, so that's different from past seasons," Wendy says.

"In the past years, we've seen some people who just don't get it and can never quite catch up, whereas this year, there are a lot of changes on the leaderboard. So the competition stays open pretty much the whole time."

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So just who is Wendy's favourite team?

"There are teams that have really surprised me," she says. "But I think Josh and Brandon seem like really good guys and are showing a lot of promise."

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Leigh claimed: “To me that’s cheating but if that’s the way they want to play the competition .” Bathroom: LLB thought it was lovely and “bang on for the house rules .” Wendy agreed, however Drew was not impressed.

Get Info on Wendy Moore , played by Wendy Moore on House Rules (AU). Teams will travel the country, hand over the keys to their homes and leave their competition rivals to transform every room in their house any way they want!

And when it comes to drama, Wendy admits there will be no shortage of it.

"It's not like last year when we had Fiona and Nicole, who basically annoyed everyone constantly," she explains.

"There are some clashes between Leigh and Kristie and a few of the other teams. And Mel and Dave are pretty feisty too. They don't mince their words with anyone."

a group of people standing in front of a building: Wendy says Queensland brother duo Josh and Brandon are© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Wendy says Queensland brother duo Josh and Brandon are

Wendy promises fans can also expect excitement from the outset, with House Rules' first-ever auction. The seven teams will transform, reveal and sell off a house in the first two episodes.

"That's a real change," Wendy points out. "It's changed the vibe of the whole season."

House Rules premieres Monday 7th May at 7:30pm on Channel Seven. It airs Monday to Thursday, 7:30pm and Sunday 7pm.

Chatting to TV WEEK ahead of the season premiere, Wendy reveals that, unlike previous seasons, the competition is closer than ever before.: House Rules' Wendy Moore promises a tight competition© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd House Rules' Wendy Moore promises a tight competition

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