House Rules: Inside Maddi and Lloyd's History-Making Home
Source: Channel Seven
While last week's zone reveal on House Rules was fraught with rumours of strategic scoring and underhanded game-playing, this week's reveals were the complete opposite. Queenslanders Maddi and Lloyd were overjoyed — mostly — with the other five teams' reinterpretation of their Townsville home, and their scores reflected that fairly. In fact, they made House Rules history when they gave Victorian couple Adam and Lisa a perfect score of 10, to add to the perfect 20 they'd just received from professional judges Joe Snell and Wendy Moore. Cue tears all 'round.
Now, the teams move to Adelaide to start work on Bomber and Mel's nearly-inhabitable weatherboard cottage. At the end of this week's renovations the team with the lowest overall score will be eliminated, kicking off the home stretch of the show. The stakes are high and competition is getting fierce, as we can see from Adam and Lisa's impressive reveal this week. They're the first team in House Rules history to walk away with a perfect score of 30; scroll through to see how well they did with Maddi and Lloyd's run-down kitchen and guest bedroom.