He’s notorious for picking fights with his fellow contestants
Now ‘Aussie battler’ Troy has set his sights on the House Rules judges!
After Drew Heath awarded Team NSW one less point than their Victorian rivals Nicole and Fiona, it was clear Troy wasn’t going to take the dismal score in his stride.
“Are you kidding? A three?” he said angrily, after it became clear the criticism of their zone would be sending them to the bottom of the leaderboard.
“I haven’t said good things about you all the way through anyway, but that three. C’mon that’s disgusting.”
But when flamboyant judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowan came to Heath’s defense, it only angered the painter further, prompting Troy to accuse him of being too under-qualified to provide an opinion.
“He doesn’t have a clue what he’s talking about, with scores like that,” he said.
But LLB was quick to hit back saying: “I do suggest you listen.”
“Because actually, you are wrong. You need to rewind and listen to what he says because he marked your bedroom an eight. Now that is a really, really high score. It was just the other things that brought he aggregate down.”
But the judges weren’t the only people to clash with Troy and Bec this week.
Fiona and Nicole had it out with the couple after they installed a lattice ensuite wall against their wishes.
“We certainly fought tooth and nail not to have that wall put up,” Fiona complained to the judges.
“Troy and Bec weren’t willing to listen or negotiate with us. It was a pretty raw week, it was a pretty tough week for us.”
“Troy and Bec achieved what they set out to do and that was sabotage our area.”
This article originally appeared on New Idea