The Block master bedroom: Judges give first perfect 10 of the season

A show-stopping master bedroom reveal will see one team score a perfect 10 during Sunday night’s episode of The Block.

It will mark the first time this season that a room reveal has received a perfect score.

In a trailer released on Friday, judges Shaynna Blaze, Darren Palmer and Neale Whitaker are seen walking through a stunning master bedroom.

‘Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the finest master bedroom of them all?’ the voice-over says.

It adds that the reveal will be a ‘grand luxury on a scale never seen before’.

‘This is super luxe,’ Neale remarks, while Darren adds: ‘Ooh, la la.’

Shaynna then says, ‘It is not a master bedroom without a fireplace,’ before the trailer cuts to some impressive fireplaces in the rooms.

‘That is superb,’ she says.

In a trailer released on Friday, judges Shaynna Blaze (pictured), Darren Palmer and Neale Whitaker are seen walking through a stunning master bedroom

In a trailer released on Friday, judges Shaynna Blaze (pictured), Darren Palmer and Neale Whitaker are seen walking through a stunning master bedroom 

The teaser then reveals the master bedrooms will have ‘Kardashian-sized walk-in wardrobes’, which Shaynna describes as ‘glamourous’.

It is then revealed one couple will receive a perfect 10 score, which the voice-over dubs an ‘all-time country high’.

Several contestants are shown as the judges give their feedback, with reactions ranging from shocked to delighted as they hear the scores.

Several contestants are shown as the judges give their feedback, with reactions ranging from shocked to delighted as they hear the scores

Several contestants are shown as the judges give their feedback, with reactions ranging from shocked to delighted as they hear the scores 

It comes after The Block contestant Sharon Johal slammed the show’s producers for her ‘villain edit’ after she was flooded with racist abuse in the wake of her ‘cheating scandal’ with husband Ankur Dogra.

The former Neighbours star, 34, posted several photos of herself with the couple’s dog on Wednesday as she took a swipe at the Channel Nine series.

An unlikely ally also rushed to her defence as former Block ‘villain’ Tanya Guccione, who was at the centre of her own scandal last year, left a supportive comment.

It comes after The Block contestant Sharon Johal (pictured) slammed the show's producers for her 'villain edit' after she was flooded with racist abuse in the wake of her 'cheating scandal'

It comes after The Block contestant Sharon Johal (pictured) slammed the show’s producers for her ‘villain edit’ after she was flooded with racist abuse in the wake of her ‘cheating scandal’

‘In non-fake/edited happier news: this!’ Sharon captioned the picture reel.

‘Comments turned off because we don’t feel like being threatened over a reality TV show.Cheers for the villain edit, mates!’

Tanya, 41, commented below the post: ‘I see you, girl! And I’m here with you cheering you both on! Hold your head up high!’ 

An unlikely ally also rushed to her defence as former Block 'villain' Tanya Guccione, who was at the centre of her own scandal last year, left a supportive comment (pictured)

An unlikely ally also rushed to her defence as former Block ‘villain’ Tanya Guccione, who was at the centre of her own scandal last year, left a supportive comment (pictured) 

The couple sparked controversy after Ankur refused to admit they had used Google to win $50,000 worth of prizes during a wine-making challenge on Tuesday.

The pair were questioned by hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft on Wednesday, after they managed to recreate a near-identical wine blend.

Shelley asked if they ‘knew how to make it’, 릴게임 but Ankur stuck to his story about the duo having exceptional noses when it comes to wine.

The couple sparked controversy after Ankur (left) refused to admit they had used Google to win $50,000 worth of prizes during a wine-making challenge on Tuesday

The couple sparked controversy after Ankur (left) refused to admit they had used Google to win $50,000 worth of prizes during a wine-making challenge on Tuesday

Scott asked teams to guess if a number of mystery wines were from ‘Australia or France’, with the winner getting $1,000.

A clearly nervous Ankur did not know the difference between rosé and pinot, which left the group shocked.

Sharon, who is of Indian descent, went on to receive vile racist messages on Instagram during the public backlash.  

Sharon, who is of Indian descent, received vile racist messages during the public backlash 

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