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The Block contestants shed tears and have tantrums during living and dining rooms week

An emotional and nerve-wracking week lies ahead for The Block participants as they start working on their living and dining room.

But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows for the Blockheads.

In a sneak preview of the week ahead, the teams are really put to the test as the show teases a “superb week” of “big ideas,” “big boo-boos” and “big bust-ups.”

An emotional and nerve-wracking week lies ahead for The Block participants as they start working on their living and dining room.  Omar and Oz install a grand piano in their living room
An emotional and nerve-wracking week lies ahead for The Block participants as they start working on their living and dining room.  Omar and Oz install a grand piano in their living room

An emotional and nerve-wracking week lies ahead for The Block participants as they start working on their living and dining room. Omar and Oz install a grand piano in their living room

“The biggest room The Block has ever tackled,” Omar says in the clip.

The trailer also showcases some big ideas from the contestants, including Rachel and Ryan’s “wall-to-ceiling stone fireplace” and Omar and Oz’s “baby wing.”

But of course, a huge week is always accompanied by a huge drama.

In part of the clip, a ute can be seen being towed along the dirt driveway along with a trailer.

The camera then cuts to an ailing Sharon, who is in tears.

Rachel (pictured) and Ryan install a 'wall-to-ceiling stone fireplace' in the living area of ​​House 2
Rachel (pictured) and Ryan install a 'wall-to-ceiling stone fireplace' in the living area of ​​House 2

Rachel (pictured) and Ryan install a ‘wall-to-ceiling stone fireplace’ in the living area of ​​House 2

The giant feature can be seen under construction in a sneak peek trailer for the upcoming episodes
The giant feature can be seen under construction in a sneak peek trailer for the upcoming episodes

The giant feature can be seen under construction in a sneak peek trailer for the upcoming episodes

“It’s pretty much impossible,” she cries, before the cameras show an obviously unimpressed Foreman Dan.

“It’s just excuses, all I hear there,” he says bluntly.

It comes after controversial contestants Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra escalated their feud with host Scott Cam after he told them to change their attitude.

Sharon called Scott ‘a grumpy old man’ during an interview with TV week last week, saying he had made no attempt to apologize after their most recent blast.

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1663657593 571 The Block contestants shed tears and have tantrums during living

The teams will be really put to the test this week as the show teases a “super big week” of “big ideas”, “big boo-boos” and “big bust-ups”

Despite the constant backlash thrown their way, Sharon and Ankur are happy to represent Indian culture on reality TV.

Tensions have been running high in recent episodes, prompting Scott and co-host Shelley Craft to keep an eye on their workload and work ethic.

Shelley went in like a good cop and asked the Melbourne couple how they were feeling, before Scott delivered the cold, hard facts.

‘Nobody will keep you here and you can go whenever you want. This is not required,’ he snapped.

It comes after controversial contestants Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra escalated their feud with host Scott Cam after he told them to change their attitude
It comes after controversial contestants Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra escalated their feud with host Scott Cam after he told them to change their attitude

It comes after controversial contestants Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra escalated their feud with host Scott Cam after he told them to change their attitude

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1663282199 427 The Blocks Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra blast grumpy old

Sharon called Scott (pictured with Shelley Craft) “a grumpy old man” during an interview with TV Week, saying he made no attempt to apologize after their most recent blast

Tensions have been running high in recent episodes, prompting the hosts to keep an eye on their workload and work ethic.  Scott said they needed a 'change of attitude' because 'the people around them weren't happy', including their builders and traders
Tensions have been running high in recent episodes, prompting the hosts to keep an eye on their workload and work ethic.  Scott said they needed a 'change of attitude' because 'the people around them weren't happy', including their builders and traders

Tensions have been running high in recent episodes, prompting the hosts to keep an eye on their workload and work ethic. Scott said they needed a ‘change of attitude’ because ‘the people around them weren’t happy’, including their builders and traders

Scott said they needed a “change of attitude” because “the people around them weren’t happy,” including their builders and merchants.

Sharon and Ankur found themselves again at the center of a cheating scandal last week with their recent win at the challenge.

The pair won $13,000 in prizes in an antiques challenge on last Wednesday’s episode when their dresser made a $250 profit.

But the other teams weren’t happy, accusing them of getting a “shame win” because the task required the teams to purchase an item suitable for a kitchen.

Sharon and Ankur have become the most controversial team this season after multiple charges of cheating during the challenges
Sharon and Ankur have become the most controversial team this season after multiple charges of cheating during the challenges

Sharon and Ankur have become the most controversial team this season after multiple charges of cheating during the challenges

“Full sympathy, I think,” rival contestant Tom told the producers.

‘Come Sunday they will have a nice mirror in their kitchen,’ Omar laughed. “You can see yourself cooking!”

Meanwhile, Rachel reached the breaking point, calling Sharon and Ankur’s victory unfair.

“This is not a level playing field,” she said. ‘This one [show] seems to have a way of breaking your mind. But I hope it’s all worth it.’

The Block will continue this week from Tuesday to Thursday on Channel 9 after programming changes due to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral

The other teams accused the Melbourne pair of taking a 'shame win', as the challenge required the teams to purchase an item suitable for a kitchen.  Tom (left) said it was a 'sympathy voice'
The other teams accused the Melbourne pair of taking a 'shame win', as the challenge required the teams to purchase an item suitable for a kitchen.  Tom (left) said it was a 'sympathy voice'

The other teams accused the Melbourne pair of taking a ‘shame win’, as the challenge required the teams to purchase an item suitable for a kitchen. Tom (left) said it was a ‘sympathy voice’

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