They stormed off The Block on Tuesday’s show, over a drama with their ceiling in their living and dining room.
And on the show on Wednesday, things came to a head for Kerrie and Spence.
The pair had to decide whether they wanted to stay on the renovation show or not and had a showdown with host Scott Cam, before Spence was brought to tears as he bravely revealed his battle with depression and anxiety.
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Shock on The Block: Scott Cam (pictured) has a showdown with Kerrie and Spence and threatens to kick them off after they stormed off the show… before Spence is reduced to tears and reveals his battle with depression
Scott decided to have a meeting with Kerrie and Spence to talk about the issue with their clips for their ceiling, which they had to replace.
Scott accused them of using a ‘Chinese knockoff’ and told them: ‘You don’t make the rules here.’
He said he was trying to understand the ‘situation’ and said the pair thought they were being ‘stitched up.’
Drama! Scott decided to have a meeting with Kerrie and Spence (pictured) to talk about the issue with their clips for their ceiling, which they had to replace
‘It does feel that there is an element of “let’s get some drama,” Kerrie told Scott, sternly.
Scott asserted: ‘Well we’re not chasing drama, we don’t need to, there is drama all around us. You created it yesterday. I just want you guys to get on board.’
He accused Spence of ‘being judgmental since day one.’
Threatening to kick them off, he added: ‘I think you’ve either got to get with the program or get off the program. You’re either on board or not.’
Kerrie then left the meeting and broke down in tears, saying she wanted to ‘move on’ from the clips issue.
Over it: Kerrie then left the meeting and broke down in tears, saying she wanted to ‘move on’ from the clips issue
Soon after, Spence went to speak to Foreman Dan to get his advice on how to handle the stress of the show, where he broke down in tears.
Dan – an ex-contestant – told him that at the end of the show, they’ll think it was the best experience.
Spence then revealed his battle with anxiety and depression, on a piece to camera.
‘I’ve had depression over the years and get a lot of anxiety and that sort of stuff and I’ve been shown coping mechanisms to deal with it…’
Advice: Soon after, Spence went to speak to Foreman Dan to get his advice on how to handle the stress of the show, where he broke down in tears
‘The thoughts that go through your heads are super dark thoughts. It all builds up and then it’s like snap, I’ve got to get out of here.’
He said the stress of the show has been getting to him and so has the lack of sleep.
‘Basically you stop thinking. And this happens,’ he said as he cried.
At the end of the show, Scott then came and visited the pair in their apartment – after they decided to stay on the show – and thanked them for their apology.
He told them he wants them to enjoy The Block as much as they can.
‘I just want you to know I had your best interests at heart. I want you to get this finished, but I want you to have a good time at the same time,’ Scott said.
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