Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Sunday (Maroochydore, Australia)

Count on Drama Ruling in Battle to Beat Clock

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Sunday (Maroochydore, Australia)

Count on Drama Ruling in Battle to Beat Clock

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Byline: Seanna Cronin

THE new season of My Kitchen Rules is the "friendliest" of them all, according to co-host Pete Evans.

The celebrity chef says there are no villains in the show's sixth season, which premieres tomorrow.

Evans made the comments at the reality cooking show's Queensland launch in Brisbane on Thursday night, when regional Queensland teams Jacqui "Jac" Bakhash and Sharon "Shaz" Sellings, from Mount Isa, and Emilie Biggar and Sheri Eddington, from Toowoomba, got their first taste of the media spotlight.

But there will still be plenty of kitchen-based drama on MKR, with cousins Jac and Shaz the first team to cook tomorrow night.

"That was massive because we went in blind. We didn't get to sit around anybody else's dinner table and watch what they went through or taste their food or see how hard it was," Sellings told APN.

"I think we were at a distinct disadvantage, and it is nothing like what you see on TV. Our biggest nemesis was that clock. …

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