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Entertainment Meet the House Rules: High Stakes contestants for 2020

06:06  01 april  2020
06:06  01 april  2020 Source:   nowtolove.com.au

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Meet the House Rules : High Stakes contestants for 2020 . Introducing the pairs ready to get their hands dirty in the newest season So who are the everyday Aussies who have signed up for this sky- high challenge? Scoll on to meet the House Rules : High Stakes teams for 2020 .

House Rules : High stakes has some fresh new faces and challenges, but our teams will still have to hand over the keys to their biggest asset, their own homes. Where to follow the 2020 House Rules contestants on Instagram. Home and Away has stopped filming amid Coronavirus pandemic.

a group of people posing for the camera: It's the feel-good reality TV series that sees teams of everyday Australians take part in a renovation bonanza, and in season eight the teams head to the Gold Coast to transform a high-rise penthouse. Meet the contestants competing in House Rules 2020! © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd It's the feel-good reality TV series that sees teams of everyday Australians take part in a renovation bonanza, and in season eight the teams head to the Gold Coast to transform a high-rise penthouse. Meet the contestants competing in House Rules 2020!

It's the feel-good renovation reality show that's set to get a refresh for 2020, in its most challenging season yet.

House Rules: High Stakes features two brand new hosts - Jamie Durie and Abbey Gelmi - who are replacing Johanna Griggs after she quit the show last year.

Aside from returning judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, the people critiquing the teams will also be fresh faces.

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WATCH: FIRST LOOK at House Rules High Stakes . KIMMY & RHI, TAS (far left). They might work in different industries, with Rhi employed as a cake maker and Kimmy as a parole officer, but WATCH: House Rules : Meet the hungry duo Laith and George. LAITH & GEORGE, NSW (fourth from right).

House Rules : High Stakes will see eight new teams transform a high -rise penthouse on the Gold Coast. With more to gain but even more to lose, teams will be desperate to succeed. Though they'll be renovating a home 33 stories high , the teams will still have to entrust the keys of their own homes to

The judging panel this year will also include interior design entrepreneur Kyly Clarke and prolific Aussie home builder Saul Myers, following the departure of veteran judge Wendy Moore.

Also changing is House Rules' traditional format, which consisted of teams battling it out as they renovate each other's homes.

This time around, eight diverse teams face a new challenge: transforming a high-rise penthouse on the Gold Coast.

Pictures: Scoll on to meet the House Rules: High Stakes teams for 2020.

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