Just when you thought you'd seen all the awkwardness Come Dine With Me has to offer, sore loser Peter comes along and totally changes the game.
This week's show saw the charming Peter throwing other contestants out of his house, claiming the winner Jane had the "grace and decorum of a reversing dump truck".
Peter (pictured right) was the final host of the week and left a sour taste in his guests’ mouths after throwing a tantrum about coming in fourth place.
Announcing Jane as the show’s winner, the host claimed she had intentionally sabotaged his night to win the £1,000 cash prize.
He continued his rant by adding: “Enjoy the money I hope it makes you happy. Dear lord, what a sad little life, Jane.
“You ruined my night completely so you could have the money and I hope now you can spend it on lessons in grace and decorum. Because you have all the grace of a reversing dump truck without any tyres on.”
Then fellow contestant Charlotte said she didn’t understand his comparison, and he continued: “Well you wouldn’t, let’s be honest, there’s nobody in there love. So Jane, take your money and get off my property.”
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And now there is the chance for South Yorkshire residents to get involved in the show when the producers come to the region next month.
The film crew are on the look-out for people who think they can serve up a prize-winning three-course meal, with £1,000 cash up for grabs.
Now in its 14th series, the show is returning to Doncaster and the producers would like to hear from anyone wishing to take part.
Spokesman Isabel Williams said: “We want to hear from you.
“We’re after anyone over 18 who loves cooking and meeting new people – as well as winning money!”
Anyone interested in getting involved should email the area they live in and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Filming will take place from February 21 to February 26.