Perth My Kitchen Rules contestants Chloe James and Kelly Ramsay can breathe a sigh of relief now they are heading to Kitchen Headquarters.
Originally bottom of the leaderboard during round three of the hit Seven show, the WA team sailed through to the next stage after gatecrashers and experimental foodies Josh Geard and Danielle Najda failed to impress with their instant restaurant last night.
The Victorians came under fire from judges Pete Evans and Manu Feildel for focusing too much on scientific flourishes and unusual flavour combinations rather than tried-and-true recipes, resulting in wacky dishes such as salmon with cinnamon biscuit and vanilla mayonnaise, and banana parfait with maple bacon.
Geard and Najda were awarded a final score of 51 out of a possible 110 when the judges' and teams' marks were combined, pushing James and Ramsay up to second place on 68 behind gatecrashers Carly Saunders and Tresne Middleton, who remain at the top of the leader board on 74 points.
Group two larrikins Harry Curtis and hristo Gibson will next have the chance to redeem themselves after their first cooking disaster when My Kitchen Rules returns on Sunday at 6.30pm on Seven/GWN7.