While viewers will have to wait for the auctions to air on Sunday night, a detail online may have already spoiled which duo wins the reality show.
Real estate website Domain has revealed that Ronnie and Georgia’s classic contemporary property has received the most online views since going live in August, attracting 546,112 clicks.
“The numbers [of views] are a reflection of their creativity and skill, as well as a consequence of COVID with property inspections by appointment only,” the couple’s listing agent, Belle Property principal director Jenny Dwyer, said.
The married couple, who work as professional renovators, currently sit atop the Super Power Leader Board with 331.5 points after winning five of the twelve room reveals.
Their four-bedroom house features an expansive living and dining zone, soaring ceilings and a hi-tech basement cinema.
Trailing closely behind Ronnie and Georgia in terms of website clicks is Josh and Luke’s modern residence, which has received 396,431 views on its Domain listing.
The four-bedroom property at the end of the cul-de-sac has sparked controversy throughout the season, including when the Love Island twins ignored advice for a double garage in episode one.
In third place with 374,210 views online is this season’s biggest house, Kirsty and Jesse’s multi-level family home which boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Meanwhile, Mitch and Mark’s family sanctuary has scored 334,011 views, while Tanya and Vito’s three-bedroom home has had 265,673 views.
The release of Domain’s stats comes shortly after the show’s winning duo ‘leaked’ online thanks to betting odds.
Betting agency Sportsbet has put Kirsty and Jesse in the top spot, with their odds sitting at 1.37 at the time of writing.
Ronnie and Georgia’s odds of winning are at 3.50, while Josh and Luke and Mitch and Mark are tied for third place at 11.00.
Coming in last at 13.00 is Tanya and Vito, who fans have speculated will ‘come clean’ about this season’s cheating scandal in the show’s final episode on Sunday.
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