The MKR gatecrashers, from left, Carly and Tresne (NSW), Josh and Danielle (VIC) and Cathy and Anna (NSW).
The MKR gatecrashers, from left, Carly and Tresne (NSW), Josh and Danielle (VIC) and Cathy and Anna (NSW). LeoPhotography

My Kitchen Rules gatecrashers ready to join the dinner party

JUDGES Pete Evans and Manu Feildel have remained tight lipped, but it has now been revealed "gatecrasher" teams are returning to My Kitchen Rules.

Channel 7 has released information on the three teams who will "crash" the current series.

Newcastle housemates Carly and Tresne will be the first to host their instant restaurant next Monday night.

They'll be out to impress the judges, their fellow gatecrashers and the lowest scoring teams from the first two instant restaurant rounds, which means they'll definitely be sharing the table with bubbly Canberra couple Andrew and Emelia.

The other two gate-crashing teams are mum and daughter Cathy and Anna, also from NSW, and Victoria's experimental foodies Josh and Danielle.

The gatecrashers were the surprise twist of last year's series, while this year Evans and Feildel talked up the new food truck and blind tastings in Kitchen HQ rather than spilling the beans on the three extra teams.

The 2014 MKR gatecrashers:

Carly and Tresne (NSW): With dreams to become motivational speakers, Carly and Tresne always strive to see the brighter side of life.

Cathy and Anna (NSW): Sophisticated and opinionated mother and daughter duo Cathy and Anna believe "honesty is the best policy" when it comes to critiquing food.

Josh and Danielle (VIC): A feisty couple who often squabble in the kitchen, Josh and Danielle have a passion for experimenting with molecular gastronomy.



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