Bek and Ash Got the Lowest Score in MKR History — Here's What They Cooked
Poor Bek and Ash. The best friends from Western Australia are super happy, lovable people — the kind of people you want to see succeed, you know? So watching them cop the worst scores in My Kitchen Rules history on Sunday night — there have been eight seasons, FYI — was truly excruciating.
The pair decided to go with a free-spirited festival theme for their instant restaurant and it seems like their food unfortunately followed suit and took on a life of its own. Critics and hosts Manu Feildel and Pete Evans were less than impressed and each dished out a score of one out of 10 twice. We repeat, poor Bek and Ash. Can you imagine standing up there in front of your competition and getting handed ones, with a hefty serving of criticism on the side? Terrible.
Keep reading to see how it went down. Bek and Ash, we're sending you virtual hugs.