Leave the menu! My Kitchen Rules judges Pete Evans and Colin Fassnidge are spotted during the filming of the coming season … but Manu Feildel is nowhere to be seen
My Kitchen Rules judges Pete Evans and Colin Fassnidge saw the series in Sydney last week, but there was no question of fellow judge Manu Feildel.
Pete, 46 and Colin, 45, tried unsuccessfully to keep a low profile when they arrived at an accommodation in Bellevue Hill.
With the help of his extra large backpack, he tried to protect his face and saw Pete enter the house, dressed in a pair of anthracite gray breeches and a black tank top.
Back to work: My Kitchen Rules judged Pete Evans (left) and Colin Fassnidge (right) were sent to the film to film the series, but there was no view of Comrade Judge Manu Feildel
Meanwhile, Colin opted for black Skinny Leg jeans, which he combined with a black T-shirt.
He also wore a brown-brown leather jacket, was wearing brown leather lace-up boots and was seen with a khaki-green bag.
But fans of the cooking series do not have to worry too much, because Manu has confirmed that he is coming back for the eleventh season of the longest running show.
Hiding in full view: with his oversized backpack trying to shield his face, Pete saw his way to the property, dressed in a pair of anthracite gray breeches
Back for more: fans of the cooking series should not worry too much though, and Manu Feildel (center) has confirmed that he is coming back for the eleventh season of the longest running show.
The 45-year-old French-American chef who went to Instagram earlier this month shared a picture of himself with his fellow judges.
The photo was previously posted by both Pete and Colin, with Manu signing it: & # 39; Because I don't want to stay excluded … & # 39;
Allegedly MKR would be reviewed next year, with many of the previous participants having recently seen scenes for the coming season.
Makeover: MKR is reportedly set to be overhauled next year, with many of the previous participants having recently seen scenes for the coming season
According to a report from women's Day magazine on Monday, the new format will draw inspiration from other reality shows such as Married At First Sight, Survivor and Big Brother.
But Channel Seven retains all changes to the show's formula and at this stage is all just & # 39; speculation & # 39 ;.
& # 39; We have not made any announcements about the new MKR season – it has all been speculation & # 39 ;, a Channel Seven spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.
New recipe: according to a report from Woman & # 39; s Day, the new format will draw inspiration from other reality shows such as Married At First Sight, Survivor and Big Brother
No fan: the reported new formula is probably unwelcome news for Manu, who hit Married At First Sight during an interview with the Herald Sun in March
The reported new formula is probably unwelcome news for Manu, who hit Married At First Sight during an interview with the Herald Sun. in March.
& # 39; I am concerned that people really seem to enjoy the train accident and the failure of others more than celebrating their successes, "he said.
& # 39; I regret that we have sunk so far. It brings out the worst in people. We enjoy relationships falling apart … I hope TV will turn around and we try to celebrate the good instead of celebrating the bad. & # 39;
Rumors: in a statement to Daily Mail Australia, Channel Seven claims that any changes to the show's formula at this stage are all just & # 39; speculation & # 39; to be
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