MKR & # 39; s Victor accuses Ibby and Romel of spending $ 30K to reach the semi-final of the reality show

& # 39; He had an unfair advantage for which he paid & # 39 ;: MKR & # 39; s Victor accuses Ibby and Romel of spending $ 30,000 to reach the semi-final

How much would you spend on winning My Kitchen Rules?

According to champion Victor Aeberli, Ibby Moubadder and Romel Kouyan have spent as much as $ 20 – $ 30,000 to increase their chances of reaching the semi-final of the show.

Victor, 29, told TV Week on Tuesday: & # 39; Ibby was very clear about the amount of money he and Romel put into the show. It was anything from $ 20,000 to $ 30,000. & # 39;

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& # 39; He had an unfair advantage for which he paid & # 39 ;: on Tuesday, MKR & # 39; s accused Victor Aeberli (photo) classmates Ibby Moubadder and Romel Kouyan of spending $ 30K to reach the semifinal of the reality show to achieve

& # 39; He had an unfair advantage for which he paid & # 39 ;: on Tuesday, MKR & # 39; s accused Victor Aeberli (photo) classmates Ibby Moubadder and Romel Kouyan of spending $ 30K to reach the semifinal of the reality show to achieve

Victor said that Ibby had a kitchen hand that did the dishes and tried out recipes for him in his apartment.

Victor added: & # 39; So yes, he had an advantage, but he paid for it. & # 39;

Ibby and Romel confirmed to TV Week that they indeed each invested $ 15- $ 20K in the competition, including paying flowers for their first Instant Restaurant and for the kitchen hand.

Victor, 29, told TV Week on Tuesday: & # 39; Ibby was very clear about the amount of money he and Romel put into the show. It was anything from $ 20,000 to $ 30,000 & # 39;

Victor, 29, told TV Week on Tuesday: & # 39; Ibby was very clear about the amount of money he and Romel put into the show. It was anything from $ 20,000 to $ 30,000 & # 39;

Victor, 29, told TV Week on Tuesday: & # 39; Ibby was very clear about the amount of money he and Romel put into the show. It was anything from $ 20,000 to $ 30,000 & # 39;

And it is not only participants who call out the dynamic duo for their apparently unfair advantage, with many viewers who also deal with this subject.

Ibby and Romel came out as the winner during the Sunday evening episode of MKR, scored two tens of the jury members and went straight to the semi-final.

But some viewers cried falsely about Ibby and Romel's last win during the episode's restaurant challenge.

Ibby (left) and Romel (right) went straight to the semi-final in Monday's episode, but some viewers also claimed that the duo had an unfair advantage. A dissatisfied viewer tweeted: & # 39; Not owning a restaurant gives you an advantage in a restaurant challenge & # 39;

Ibby (left) and Romel (right) went straight to the semi-final in Monday's episode, but some viewers also claimed that the duo had an unfair advantage. A dissatisfied viewer tweeted: & # 39; Not owning a restaurant gives you an advantage in a restaurant challenge & # 39;

Ibby (left) and Romel (right) went straight to the semi-final in Monday's episode, but some viewers also claimed that the duo had an unfair advantage. A dissatisfied viewer tweeted: & # 39; Not owning a restaurant gives you an advantage in a restaurant challenge & # 39;

A little help? Ibby, 30, runs multiple restaurants in Sydney, which, according to some fans, means that he and partner Romel, 42, have an & unfair advantage & # 39; to have

A little help? Ibby, 30, runs multiple restaurants in Sydney, which, according to some fans, means that he and partner Romel, 42, have an & unfair advantage & # 39; to have

A little help? Ibby, 30, runs multiple restaurants in Sydney, which, according to some fans, means that he and partner Romel, 42, have an & unfair advantage & # 39; to have

Ibby, 30, runs multiple restaurants in Sydney, which, according to some fans, means that he and partner Romel, 42, have an & unfair advantage & # 39; to have.

One home viewer agreed to: & # 39; Not owning a restaurant would give you a benefit in a restaurant challenge. & # 39;

Another person tweeted: & I don't know how people can think that Ibby and Romel currently have an unfair advantage.

Another person tweeted: & # 39; I don't know how people can't think Ibby and Romel [pictured] currently have an unfair advantage. The fact that they win so much is pretty telling. I don't really like Josh and Austin, but I can't blame them for being irritated. & # 39;

Another person tweeted: & # 39; I don't know how people can't think Ibby and Romel [pictured] currently have an unfair advantage. The fact that they win so much is pretty telling. I don't really like Josh and Austin, but I can't blame them for being irritated. & # 39;

Another person tweeted: & # 39; I don't know how people can't think Ibby and Romel [pictured] currently have an unfair advantage. The fact that they win so much is pretty telling. I don't really like Josh and Austin, but I can't blame them for being irritated. & # 39;

& # 39; The fact that they win so much is pretty telling. I don't really like Josh and Austin, but I can't blame them for being irritated. & # 39;

Another fan wrote: & # 39; Ibby himself said tonight that they have an advantage because they have a better understanding of how a professional kitchen works. They would also have a better idea of ​​what is and is not popular. & # 39;

Earlier this season, it was announced that Ibby is the creator of a number of eateries, including Nour restaurant in Surry Hills and two cafes, Cuckoo Callay in Newtown and Surry Hills in Sydney, according to his Instagram biography.

The teammates even teased their & # 39; hidden weapon & # 39; at the show, where Romel said: & # 39; It's our own little secret. & # 39;

Thumbs up! On Sunday evening Ibby and Romel scored two tens of the jury members. Pictured from left: MKR assesses Colin Fassnidge, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel

Thumbs up! On Sunday evening Ibby and Romel scored two tens of the jury members. Pictured from left: MKR assesses Colin Fassnidge, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel

Thumbs up! On Sunday evening Ibby and Romel scored two tens of the jury members. Pictured from left: MKR assesses Colin Fassnidge, Pete Evans and Manu Feildel

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