Kyle and Leticia
The beauties and the geeks were tasked with pretending to be expectant parents at a secretly-filmed birthing class, which was attended by real-life couples who were none the wiser the challenge was taking place.
“Honestly, Leticia did amazingly in her role. I think it was completely on me that we lost," Kyle exclusively told WHO.
Kyle and Leticia, who became paired up with each other in the show’s second week, said they took away lifelong lessons from their time together.
“I definitely took away from Kyle just to be yourself and just have fun. Don’t care what other people say about you, just be yourself. It was just so refreshing to be with Kyle,” Leticia said.
Bryanna and Kiran
The fan favourites were the third pair to be eliminated from the show following a wrestling challenge between the beauties.
Jessica and Jackson
The pair landed themselves in the bottom two after struggling with the Today Extra infomercial challenge, where the Beauties and the Geeks had to promote random household items.
Jessica and Jackson eventually lost to Aira and Sam in the final knock-out challenge, which required the Beauties to instruct their blindfolded Geeks to stack a tower of blocks.
Gabrielle and Frank
Gabrielle and Frank were the first pair to be eliminated from the show after landing landed themselves in the bottom two pairs.
The Beauty struggled with a cosplay challenge where the girls were required to perform a superhero routine in front of a live audience.
“I felt pretty bad because I knew how much Frank really wanted to be there because the challenge was a girls challenge and I kind of messed it up,” Gabrielle told WHO.
"A hundred per cent I did not know what to expect. It was a different kind of confidence."
The pair were eliminated after losing a challenge against Jess and Jackson, where the contestants had to blow balls into five small holes at the end of an obstacle course.
Despite being the first pair to be booted from the hit reality show, Gabrielle and Frank said they have taken away lifelong lessons during their four-episode stint.
"I learnt to be myself and not care what others think of me," the 20-year-old criminology student said.
"I would always freak out about everyone judging me and Frank's like 'Gab who cares, you're doing it for you' and that's resonated with me a lot."