Entertainment 'I got a message on Facebook from them apologising': MKR's Manu Feildel reveals the dramatic aftermath after Sonya and Hadil were kicked off the show and says he has no regrets

03:01  18 april  2018
03:01  18 april  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

MKR’s Manu spills: ‘It got scary!’

  MKR’s Manu spills: ‘It got scary!’ The My Kitchen Rules judge says he was disappointed by the contestants behaviour. The biggest blow-up in My Kitchen Rules history sees normally level-headed judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans lose their cool and kick out a team. "Everyone was so upset. There are always fights, but this was too far," Manu tells OK!. "We love people with opinions – otherwise it would be boring. A competition does mean a bit of fire, but [with] Sonya and Hadil, I felt like I was dealing with my teenage son!"The drama and non-stop bickering kicked off during sisters Jess and Emma's Super Dinner Party.

My Kitchen Rules judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans have spoken for the first time since reportedly being forced to kick contestants Sonya and Hadil off the show . Although it has not yet taken place on the show

show ad. 'You've only got yourself to blame': My Kitchen Rules' Sonya and Hadil ' s instant restaurant SLAMMED by judges Pete Evans and Manu Feildel in new promo clip. By Ilaria Brophy and Ekin Karasin For Daily Mail Australia.

a man wearing a suit and tie: 'I got a message on Facebook from them apologising': MKR's Manu Feildel (L, pictured with judge Pete Evans) reveals the dramatic aftermath after Sonya and Hadil were kicked off the show and says he has no regrets© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'I got a message on Facebook from them apologising': MKR's Manu Feildel (L, pictured with judge Pete Evans) reveals the dramatic aftermath after Sonya and Hadil were kicked off the show and says he has no regrets It has been confirmed after much speculation, that villains Sonya and Hadil are the team who have been kicked off this season's My Kitchen Rules.

Judge Manu Feildel revealed to The Daily Telegraph this week the dramatic aftermath of the pair being booted off.

The Frenchman, 44, revealed the pair tried to apologise to him after being given the flick, but he has no regrets in sending them home.

Manu Feildel explains the decision to kick a team off MKR

  Manu Feildel explains the decision to kick a team off MKR <em>MKR </em>judge Manu Feildel will send an all-female team packing for the first time in My Kitchen Rules' nine seasons.In an episode airing this week, the MKR judge will send an all-female team packing. It's the first time in the show's nine seasons that Manu and fellow judge Pete Evans have kicked out a team for their behaviour.

Drama: My Kitchen Rules judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans reportedly kicked villains Sonya and Hadil (pictured) off the show , in what has been dubbed the biggest scandal in the show ' s history.

Manu Feildel angered by MKR contestants Sonya and Hadil ' s dessert stuff up but the girls still shoot to the top of the leaderboard. Before the girls got started in the kitchen, judge Manu asked them to sum up their menu in one word.

'I got a message on Facebook from one of the people apologising for this and that,' Manu told the publication.

'But it's their life and their reputation and it's not going to affect me the rest of my life.'

He added: 'I really don't care what their excuse was because there's no excuse for this type of behaviour.'

Manu added that he and judge Pete Evans 'want cooks' and not a 'cat fight,' and hope future contestants understand this.

MKR’s Jess and Emma tell: "We feared for our safety!"

  MKR’s Jess and Emma tell: The MKR sisters reveal why rivals Sonya and Hadil had them - and the other My Kitchen Rules' teams - fearing for their safety. But which team will say goodbye as the feud finally comes to a head?During the super dinner party rounds, the rival teams constantly clashed. From slinging insults across the table to Sonya and Hadil questioning whether Jess and Emma belong in the competition, the drama ramped up in the past few weeks.

Unimpressed: Judges Manu Feildel (pictured) and Pete Evans are expected to kick Sonya and Hadil off the show on Sunday, in what has been dubbed as the 'biggest scandal' in MKR history.

Hopefully this is the first and last time [someone is sent home],' Manu stated as Sonya and Hadil were removed from the show . Last straw: The show ' s veteran judge, celebrity chef Manu Feildel , finally stepped in when Hadil threatened another contestant, Josh, during the stoush.

Jess and Emma - who had a showdown with Sonya and Hadil before they were booted off the show - said they are looking forward to seeing the episode, as many people thought they were the team being sent home.

On Tuesday's episode of the show, a war of words erupted between Jess and Emma, and Sonya and Hadil.

During Henry and Anna's instant restaurant, the ladies bickered back and forth, cursed, pointed fingers and yelled insults before the judges stepped in to ask for some 'respect.'

Jess and Emma attempted to offer advice to Suong and Kim, who would be cooking next, but it was quickly interjected by rivals Sonya and Hadil.

'We'll be alright, because we just work harder,' Hadil said with a confident smirk.

'I would hold your tongue darling before you get in that kitchen,' Jess responded, while sister Emma claimed: 'I take offence to that. Why do you think we don't work hard?'

'Well, when you can actually cook as good as us, talk,' Hadil said with a wine glass in her hand.

Jess burst into laughter, as she hit back: 'I'm yet to try any nice food from you!'

'Put your tail between your legs, where it belongs, love,' Hadil said, as she then sent jaws dropping around the table when she labelled Emma a 'honey blowfish'.

'Don't be a smart a***,' Emma said, as Hadil quickly retorted: 'Who the f*** do you think you are!'

'They’re embarrassed for what they’ve done': My Kitchen Rules' Sisters Jess and Emma 'feel sorry for Sonya and Hadil' as best friends go into hiding after shock scandal .
Now, Emma Byron and Jessica Alvial have expressed they feel 'sorry' for the NSW besties as they go into hiding after the scandal.Now, Emma Byron and Jessica Alvial have said they feel 'sorry' for the NSW besties as the pair reportedly go into hiding following the scandal.

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