After nine seasons of My Kitchen Rules it seems some savvy viewers have noticed a recurring glitch on the show.
The doorbell sound appears to sound the same for every single house.
If you tune in regularly to the popular Channel Seven show you'll know the sound we're referring to.
The very dramatic, over-the-top, almost haunting bell sound which can be heard as hosts Pete Evans and Manu Feildel rock up to the MKR contestants' houses.
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One Twitter user recently pointed out the producers of the show may have had a fail in post-production as it seems Manu is pressing an invisible door bell.
Well the #MKR editing team stuffed this one up! Love Pete Evans' thumbs up endorsement encouraging @manufeildel to ring the invisible doorbell. Watching MKR from here on in will never be the same. 😂🙈 pic.twitter.com/QMlRA5qSjC— Chantelle Vella (@NutritionMunch) February 7, 2018
However, if you look closer the celebrity chef is just pressing a teeny, tiny doorbell which blends into the door but, of course, it has the same sound as always.
Many other viewers have been quick to comment on how the doorbell sounds the same for everyone this season.
It's amazing after nine seasons that everyone's doorbell still makes the same sound.... #mkr— Two Fiddy Kay (@kholly265) January 30, 2018
"It's amazing after nine seasons that everyone's doorbell still makes the same sound...," one viewer commented.
"Different houses, different kitchens but same doorbell sound... woah," another joked.
And it seems if you were to have the subtitles on even your television recognises it is an “exaggerated doorbell ring”.
Had the subtitles on and it just said “Exaggerated Doorbell Ring” 😂😂😂 #MKR— Tracaus (@AusTracey) February 5, 2018
Has anyone else got the subtitles on? [EXAGGERATED DOORBELL RINGS] #MKR— Addie (@adelady5000) February 5, 2018
We don't expect the doorbell sound to change anytime soon, it has become in ingrained in the show's tradition at this point.
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