Entertainment'To see us go is going to be even harder': House Rules' Lisa breaks down in tears as she and Andy appear set to go after losing to Mikaela and Eliza by TWO POINTS
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House Rules' Lisa, 30, broke down in tears as she and husband Andy, 32, plumetted to the bottom of the leader-board on Sunday night's episode.
The bubbly flight attendant welled-up with tears after scoring just two points lower than the other bottom team, Mikaela and Eliza.
After hearing the judges scores, Lisa was overcome with emotion, whimpering: 'To see the girls go is going to be really hard. But to see us go is going to be harder,' she said.
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Eliza attempted to put a supportive hand on her shoulder, prompting Lisa to put her hands over her face: 'I'm ugly crying,' she said.
The couple scored just 21 of a possible 30 points, with the girls gaining a slight advantage with being awarded 23 points - with the team's fate now left up to the owner's scores.
This week, Lisa and Andy tackled three zones: the kitchen, master bedroom and laundry, with it appearing they were a little out of their depth.
The couple started off with rave reviews on their open plan kitchen, with judge Wendy Moore calling it 'spectacular.'
Fellow judge Jamie Durie agreed: 'I actually thought the kitchen was brilliant.'
He added: 'All in all it was a super functional kitchen. It didn't make me go 'wow' but I thought it ticked all the boxes. I thought it was perfect for the family.'
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The rave reviews, however, didn't extend to the couple's two other zones, with the judges disappointed by the master bedroom and laundry.
'For me, the master bedroom just really let you down,' Wendy Moore told the couple frankly, with it obvious it was hard to hear for them.
She continued the critique: 'I don't think you treated it as a master bedroom to be used every day [by the home owners].'
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen added: 'Wow your kitchen, talk about the elephant in the room.' With all three judges giving the pair a seven.
Meanwhile, it was a better night for Mikaela and Eliza who tackled the dining room and en suite, scoring a seven from Jamie and an eight from Wendy and Laurence.
Earlier in the night, the sisters constructed a design feature for their dining room wall, putting a slab of timber in front of a large circular mirror.
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The quirky design risk paid off, with Jamie saying that it mixed architecture with nature in a very sophisticated minimal way.'
'What I loved most about the [dining] room was the circular mirror that was interrupted by that beautiful slab of timber,' Jamie said.
'I thought your colour scheme was quiet, but it was a really good zone,' Wendy added, with Laurence also happy with the mirror.
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