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The Block co-host Shelley Craft reveals what fans can expect in the upcoming 2023 season

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EXCLUSIVE: Shelley Craft, co-host of The Block, reveals what fans can expect in the upcoming 2023 season following this year’s controversial finale: “God help next year’s contestants!”

The Block co-host Shelley Craft has shared new details about what fans can expect in the 2023 season following the controversial outcome of this year’s show.

It has already been revealed that the Blockheads will return to Hampton, an upscale Melbourne suburb where the 2021 season was filmed.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia, Shelley explained that there will be plenty of scandals in store.

The Block co-host Shelley Craft has shared new details about what fans can expect in the 2023 season following the controversial outcome of this year’s show

“We have to get bigger and better every year… God help next year’s contestants!” she said.

“Look, there will definitely be twists and turns. You can’t really go back from what we just made.’

“I don’t know what the producers have in mind,” Shelley added. “It will certainly be a beautiful ride. And the casting is always sensational – Lucky Price, our casting director, does the most phenomenal job of finding great Aussies who are just willing to give it a shot.

“We certainly saw that we had great contestants this year who made brilliant TV and certainly gave Australia something to look forward to.

‘So fingers crossed for another cracker (season) next year!’

Shelley, who owns a mid-century beach shack in Byron Bay, also reflected on her time in The Block: Tree Change this year.

She said it was great to experience what another regional Australian city has to offer.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia, Shelley explained that there will be plenty of scandals in store after this year's controversial finale.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Mail Australia, Shelley explained that there will be plenty of scandals in store after this year’s controversial finale.

It has already been revealed that the Blockheads will return to Hampton, an upscale Melbourne suburb where the 2021 season was filmed

It has already been revealed that the Blockheads will return to Hampton, an upscale Melbourne suburb where the 2021 season was filmed

‘I loved it. I myself live in a regional city,” she said.

“I really appreciate what a tree change has done for my family and my life and I encourage everyone, even if they’re not moving themselves, to at least explore our regional cities.”

The TV presenter commented that she’s thankful she didn’t have to participate in renovations after brutally bad weather left some team rooms unfinished during challenges.

“I don’t have to stomp in the mud for 20 hours a day. So I had a great time!’ she added.

The TV presenter said she's thankful she didn't have to participate in renovations, after brutal weather left some team rooms unfinished during challenges

The TV presenter said she’s thankful she didn’t have to participate in renovations, after brutal weather left some team rooms unfinished during challenges

“I’d like to think, in retrospect, that all participants can look back and say they’ve had a life-changing experience too – not just for the money, but just for the time on The Block.”

All five Gisborne homes went under the hammer two weeks ago with reserve prices of $4.08 million, which was more than double the median home price in the area.

Three were sold on auction day to frequent bidder Danny Wallis, and another was sold in a private sale a week later to businessman Adrian Portelli, leaving only Dylan and Jenny’s home on the market.

All five Gisborne homes went under the hammer two weeks ago with reserve prices of $4.08 million, which was more than double the median home price in the area

All five Gisborne homes went under the hammer two weeks ago with reserve prices of $4.08 million, which was more than double the median home price in the area

Omar and Oz sold their reno to frequent buyer Wallis for $5,666,666, walking away with a record profit of $1.6 million.

Rachel and Ryan came in second with $169,000 in winnings, while Tom and Sarah-Jane pocketed just $20,000.

Jenny and Dylan’s home was passed over, as was Sharon and Ankur’s, though the latter pair secured a private sale less than a week after the auction.

As of Friday morning, Jenny and Dylan still haven’t found a buyer.

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