Twins make a late charge
Mandurah twins Andrew and Jono King have emerged as the dark horses to win House Rules after scoring a place in the final three.
The brothers wound up in second place after the exterior reveals on the Seven show on Sunday night and now just one challenge lies between them and the grand final.
“I think the key thing is to plan early in the week so we have more time to finish things off perfectly so the judges can’t pick holes in our design, ” Andrew said.
The men confessed it was not the highest team on last week’s leaderboard, Adelaide’s James “Harry” Harris and Kate Whiting, but Queensland glamour couple Aaron and Daniella Winter that they were most afraid of.
“I think Aaron and Daniella are our biggest threat because they plan everything really well and they rarely argue,” Jono said.
“I think we have kept improving each week so if we keep doing what we have done so far, that will hopefully get us to the grand final.”
The backyard features a Rubik’s Cube seating area and mini basketball court and the siblings have enjoyed throwing parties for family and friends in the space.
“A few of our family members were noticing the odd loose nail and things like that but when you only have three days to do it you sort of expect that,” Andrew said.
Andrew and Jono King have their eyes firmly on the House Rules grand final prize after making it into the semifinals on Sunday.