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Some may have labelled them this season's villains but House Rules couple Pete and Courtney insist they are anything but!
"You're absolutely right we're not!" says Courtney.
"We feel so lucky that we were chosen and cast in this series. And the people that we're going with. I think that's just the whole good side of it. Because we've got these amazing new friends now that we've met along the way which is really nice," she adds.
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Of course, this week the pair did kick off when they were told they had to spend the next week in a tent.
"It sort of left us looking like the tent was a problem and the tent wasn't at all," said Pete.
"Every other tent has always had a portable shower. And we had, some temporary fencing and a cloth that was see through and about 30, 60 centimetres long," added Courtney.