Telford boys are are TV Lego Masters
Two Telford boys have beaten thousands of other children in a bid to become Lego Masters.
Abraham Bello and Guy Hollman, both nine, landed themselves a spot on Channel 4’s competition Lego Masters.
They beat over a thousand applicants for a spot on the show.
The boys' design, originality and construction skills were put to the test by DJ and TV presenter Melvin Odoom, putting their creations head-to-head with other competing pairs.
And they were the youngest team in the competition.
Abraham said: “I never leave the house without my emergency lunchbox full of my favourite Lego bricks – you never know when you might be inspired to build.”
His partner Guy is a more laid-back builder and tends to get creative on the weekends to relax.
He said: “Build time is chill time”.
In the first episode the boys set out to create a ‘rocket chair’ inspired by things out of ordinary life.
Abraham said: “We don’t live in space so it’s interesting.”
The second episode gave the challenge of creating a funfair, where the boys chose to create laser vests and a spinning ride that impressed the judges – securing them a high-five from guest judge Richard Osman and a place in the next round.
The four-part series has two more episodes left to air, and the show will be on TVs at 8pm on Thursday.
To catch up on the lads' episodes head to channel4.com
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