They have fast become two of the most hated reality contestants seen on Australian TV and last night My Kitchen Rules' "Spice Girls" got their just desserts.
NSW school friends *Jessie Khan *and *Biswa Kamila *'s much-anticipated pop-up kitchen came in with a dismal score of 41, putting them at the bottom of the leaderboard.
After the pair talked up their cooking skills over the past week, the other contestants rubbed their hands with glee as Khan and Kamila's dinner quickly crashed and burned.
From extensive delays to a disastrous dessert, it was a diabolical and highly emotional affair.
"To say it is inedible would probably be the correct term," judge *Pete Evans *said of their dessert, which he gave a score of just one point out of 10.
The Spice Girls look like they could be the first team to leave the smash-hit reality cooking show, but it will depend on how catty Sunshine Coast brother and sister team *Jake * and *Elle Harrison *, below, go with their pop-up restaurant on tonight's episode, which airs at 7.30 on Seven/GWN7.
Despite his over-confidence in previous episodes, Jake told _AAA _ yesterday that he was terrified in the lead up to their kitchen cook-off.
"We were s scared," he said. "It's daunting because we've just come through some fantastic (instant) restaurants, so you can see where it can go and that is actually quite scary.
"We wished that we went first - it would have been easier because we wouldn't have had any expectations of what's going to happen, we'll just go with it. But knowing what can happen - it scares you."
Elle added that she was also struck by nerves.
"Having the few instant restaurants before us, I started to get really nervous and start questioning myself," she said.
"I cook a lot, all the time, but just sitting at that table with Pete * * (Evans) * * and *Manu *( *Feildel *) and all the others who are scrutinising your food, I was really, really nervous."
Despite Khan and Kamila's failure to impress on the food front, Jake said it made him more nervous.
"It actually made me even more scared," he said."We were like 'What happens if we can't cook better than Jessie and Biswa, what happens if we stress out in the kitchen and conk out?' It was crazy."
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