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Entertainment'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules

21:45  03 june  2019
21:45  03 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited All planned out: Shayn and Carly appeared to have been judging the renovated rooms in their house strategically during Monday's episode of House Rules After scoring strategically during the early room reveal challenge, Shayn and Carly were seemingly up to their old tricks when they toured their newly renovated Sunshine Coast home on Monday's House Rules.

While clearly impressed by the makeover their home had undergone, they couldn't help but nitpick things in each and every room.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Oops: In the kitchen, Shayn accidentally knocked off the door on the dishwasher and the frame around the microwave After walking into the master bedroom, Carly, 31, was moved to tears by what she saw, but Shayn, 33, pointed out the wall piece looked like 'somebody bloody plucked an ibis'.

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They then made their way into the laundry, and admitted they weren't 'sold' on the fern-print wallpaper.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Keeping busy: After walking into their en suite, Shayn and Carly admitted they found the tiles on the feature wall to be 'a bit busy' After walking into their en suite, Shayn and Carly admitted they found the tiles on the feature wall to be 'a bit busy'.

They loved the mermaid bathroom - created specifically with their two young daughters, Harper, five, and Imogen, three, in mind - but were worried the floor tiles would be 'slippery'.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Slip and slide: They loved the mermaid bathroom - created specifically with their two young daughters, Harper and Imogen in mind - but were worried the floor tiles would be 'slippery' Shayn and Carly then ventured into the lounge room, where they complained about the glare coming in from the window above the TV.

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In the kitchen, they noticed a couple of issues in the grouting of the tiles, before Shayn accidentally knocked off the door on the dishwasher and the frame around the microwave.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Far grout: Carly was quick to point out a couple of issues in the grouting of the tiles next to a power outlet 'I can't help but feel that they're going to be looking for faults in the dining room,' admitted Pete, 32.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Controversial: Shayn and Carly's comments had the other teams convinced they would be scoring everybody down. Pictured, Eliza Sure enough, Shayn and Carly admitted they didn't think the lights were strong enough: 'So we're going to be eating in the dark?' asked Carly.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'They're looking for any excuse to score us down, and I think they just found it,' said Courtney, pictured with husband Pete 'Ah, there it is.

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They're looking for any excuse to score us down, and I think they just found it,' said Courtney, 31.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Concern: Their remarks left the other teams worried Shayn and Carly would once again be scoring strategically. Pictured, Tim After confessing she wasn't a fan of the rug under the dining room table and claiming the bench could have been more streamlined, Carly told Shayn they needed to be conscious of their 'position' in the competition.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Playing the game: Carly told Shayn they needed to be conscious of their 'position' in the competition Understandably, their remarks left the other teams worried Shayn and Carly would once again be scoring strategically.

'They're looking for any excuse to score us down': Shayn and Carly leave the other teams worried they're scoring strategically after picking apart their newly renovated rooms on House Rules© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Plot twist: They left everyone pleasantly surprised when they decided to score fairly, giving Pete and Courtney - who they perceive to be their biggest competitor - an eight out of 10 'It definitely felt tense when Shayn and Carly walked into home base. It's the pointy end of the competition, and people are worried about strategy and scoring,' confessed Alex, 32.

But they left everyone pleasantly surprised when they decided to score fairly, giving Pete and Courtney - who they perceive to be their biggest competitor - an eight out of 10.

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