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Newcastle brothers Henry and Joss WIN Lego Masters

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Newcastle brothers Henry and Joss WIN Lego Masters after building astonishing science fiction scene

Henry and Joss were crowned the worthy winners of season four of Lego Masters after a nail-biting finale on Monday night. 

The Newcastle-based brothers took out the title of Lego Masters champions for 2022 with their elaborate build, winning $100,000. 

‘Winning Lego Masters has given me two overwhelming emotions, gratitude and pride. I’m unbelievably grateful for the experience,’ Henry said. 

Winner: Henry and Joss were crowned the worthy winners of season four of Lego Masters after a nail-biting finale on Monday night. Both pictured

Winner: Henry and Joss were crowned the worthy winners of season four of Lego Masters after a nail-biting finale on Monday night. Both pictured 

‘I want to thank every member of the crew who helped us along the way, and of course Brickman and Hamish. It was the most fun I’ve had in my life, and we were able to meet all the amazing contestants we now call our family. 

‘I’m incredibly proud of my brother. Joss is an amazing artist and inspiringly talented and passionate about Lego. I can’t think of anyone I know more deserving of the title of Lego Masters.’ 

Joss then added: ‘Our final build truly was a passion project. It’s everything Henry and I love about Lego condensed into one build, and I couldn’t be happier with the final product. 

Wow: The Newcastle-based brothers took out the title of Lego Masters champions for 2022 with their elaborate build, winning $100,000

Wow: The Newcastle-based brothers took out the title of Lego Masters champions for 2022 with their elaborate build, winning $100,000

Elaborate: Wanting to resemble an action movie, their final build featured a giant monster, the animated Japanese Kaiju figure, versus a Mecha crab

Elaborate: Wanting to resemble an action movie, their final build featured a giant monster, the animated Japanese Kaiju figure, versus a Mecha crab

‘Making the finale was an amazing prize in itself. But being able to say that I took on Lego Masters with my brother and won is something that I still don’t quite believe.

‘Henry and I will continue to create things we’re passionate about, and we can’t wait to share them with the world.’

The grand finale episode saw the last three teams tasked with a dream challenge – 28 hours to build whatever they wanted.   

After nearly cracking under the pressure in Sunday’s elimination, Henry and Joss bounced back to create their biggest, most technical creature yet. 

'Winning Lego Masters has given me two overwhelming emotions, gratitude and pride. I'm unbelievably grateful for the experience,' Henry said

‘Winning Lego Masters has given me two overwhelming emotions, gratitude and pride. I’m unbelievably grateful for the experience,’ Henry said

Wanting to resemble an action movie, their final build featured a giant monster, the animated Japanese Kaiju figure, versus a Mecha crab. 

That was enough to impress judge Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught and members of the public who voted for their favourite build.  

They added bragging rights to their final build with Brickman declaring it was the best ‘monster’ he has ever seen. 

The triumphant winners came full circle after winning the first challenge of this season. 

'Making the finale was an amazing prize in itself. But being able to say that I took on Lego Masters with my brother and won is something that I still don't quite believe' Joss added

‘Making the finale was an amazing prize in itself. But being able to say that I took on Lego Masters with my brother and won is something that I still don’t quite believe’ Joss added

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