Steve, Chantelle, Kara and Kyal are now officially blockheads.
Steve, Chantelle, Kara and Kyal are now officially blockheads. Martin Philbey

Fans earn the rights to move into The Block

THE final teams on The Block: Fans vs Faves have been decided, with both Queensland teams missing out.

Last night Gold Coast couple Pascale and Chris lost their 24-hour challenge to Melbourne's Steve and Chantelle.

It follows Monday night's victory of NSW Central Coast surfers Kyal and Kara over Townsville miners Jesse and Kenny.

Both teams took advantage of the graffiti art on the exposed wall in their challenges to create New York loft-style apartments.

The two winning fan teams are now officially blockheads.

The fans and faves will meet for the first time on tomorrow night's show.
The fans and faves will meet for the first time on tomorrow night's show. Martin Philbey

But they still think they're on a regular season of The Block.

They won't meet the two favourites teams until tomorrow night's show when all four teams meet host Scott Cam at South Melbourne's Dux Theatre, the shell of a building they will transform into four luxury, loft-style apartments over 10 weeks.

The show's producers have also managed to keep the two faves teams in the dark, with last year's Sky High winners Alisa and Lysandra and 2012 contestants and mates Brad and Dale thinking they're on an all-stars series of the show.

The Block: Fans vs Faves will air tomorrow at 7.30pm on Channel 9/WIN.

 


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