Australia's most talked-about reality contestants, My Kitchen Rules' *Jessie Khan *and *Biswa Kamila *, aka the Spice Girls, were given the boot from the smash-hit series last night but it might not be the last time they grace our TV screens.
Khan told _AAA _ the pair would definitely be keen to pursue their own reality show, once the mostly negative attention surrounding them quietened down.
"We don't want to get killed (laughs) but we would love to," Khan said.
"We have never been in this type of situation so we don't know how or what to do, but we are still with Channel 7 and after this calms down a bit, and people realise we are not as bad as it seems, hopefully we can have our own reality TV show, that would be great."
Since the fourth season of MKR began airing this year, Khan and Kamila quickly became the show's most talked-about contestants, with the pair even receiving death threats.
While Khan said her family and friends were worried about the threats, she said the public shouldn't take them too seriously.
"I honestly just didn't think people would take us so seriously - it is a reality TV show at the end of the day and I didn't think people would get so hyped up about these things," she said.
"Everyone needs to play a character and we said those things. We said it and they used it."
When asked what she would have done differently during their time on the show, Khan said she wished the pair had cooked better after landing the worst score for an instant restaurant.
"If I could turn back time I would show that we love food and that we can cook," she said.
Khan, who is studying counselling and does volunteer work, also admitted they regretted scoring *Jake *and *Elle Harrison *with just one point for their instant restaurant on Tuesday's show.
"I don't think we should have given them a one, I think that was going a bit overboard," she said. "We knew we were going home after our instant restaurant. Biswa and I knew that no one could possibly do worse than us and when we went in and scored them we just didn't care."
Despite a flurry of tears when they were announced as the first team to leave this year's series, Khan said with hindsight it was for the best.
'Everyoneneeds to play a character and we said those things. We said it and they used it.'
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