Bec Judd appears on The Block as a guest judge amid rumours she’s going to be a permanent addition

Watch your back, Shaynna Blaze! Bec Judd appears on The Block as a guest judge after rumours swirl that she’s going to be a permanent addition to the Channel Nine renovation show

Bec Judd made a surprise appearance during Wednesday’s episode of The Block.

In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, the 37-year-old football WAG was spotted walking to inspect a series of apartments in Melbourne‘s Brighton, which had been styled by the show’s contestants.

She was later exposed as a ‘secret judge’, after posing as a prospective buyer for the luxury apartments. 

Blockhead: Bec Judd (left) made a surprise appearance during Wednesday’s episode of The Block. In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, the 37-year-old football WAG was spotted walking to inspect a series of apartments in Melbourne’s Brighton

Bec was tasked with deciding which of the two teams had done a better job styling the recently renovated apartments, with the winning team scoring $20,000.

Discussing ‘Team Harry’, Bec said the styling in their apartment was ‘lovely’.

‘It was very neutral. It felt warm and inviting, it’s kind of got that cool, cool tone to it,’ she continued.

Surprise: She was later exposed as a 'secret judge', after posing as a prospective buyer for the luxury apartments

Surprise: She was later exposed as a ‘secret judge’, after posing as a prospective buyer for the luxury apartments

Winner: Bec was tasked with deciding which of the two teams had done a better job styling the recently renovated apartments, with the winning team scoring $20,000

Winner: Bec was tasked with deciding which of the two teams had done a better job styling the recently renovated apartments, with the winning team scoring $20,000

But she said the show’s foreman, Dan Reilly, had let them down by not knowing the correct measurements of the apartment and the design inspiration behind it.

Talking about ‘Team Jimmy’, Bec described the styling as being ‘really sophisticated’.

‘I love that you chose to go with the black, which is a little bit more elegant considering where we are, the location, Brighton, what we’re wanting to charge for these apartments,’ she explained. 

'I love that you chose to go with the black, which is a little bit more elegant considering where we are, the location, Brighton, what we're wanting to charge for these apartments,' she said

‘I love that you chose to go with the black, which is a little bit more elegant considering where we are, the location, Brighton, what we’re wanting to charge for these apartments,’ she said

Tease: Her appearance on the Channel Nine renovation show came just two days after rumours emerged that Bec would be becoming a permanent fixture on the show's judging panel

Tease: Her appearance on the Channel Nine renovation show came just two days after rumours emerged that Bec would be becoming a permanent fixture on the show’s judging panel

Bec revealed ‘Team Jimmy’ was the winning team, leaving ‘Team Harry’ understandably ‘heartbroken’.

Her appearance on the Channel Nine renovation show comes just two days after rumours emerged that Bec would be becoming a permanent fixture on the show’s judging panel.

The model’s brief appearance on Wednesday’s episode apparently impressed the show’s bosses so much, they want her back on a full-time basis. 

New job? The model's brief appearance on Wednesday's episode apparently impressed the show's bosses so much, they want her back on a full-time basis

New job? The model’s brief appearance on Wednesday’s episode apparently impressed the show’s bosses so much, they want her back on a full-time basis

‘They thought she did an amazing job,’ a source told Woman’s Day on Monday.

‘She has already proven she can hold her own on several TV shows and she’d fit in quite seamlessly.’ 

Bec has already worked on-and-off for Channel Nine for almost a decade, most recently hosting the Victorian-based travel program, Postcards.   

'She has already proven she can hold her own on several TV shows and she'd fit in quite seamlessly,' a source told Woman's Day

‘She has already proven she can hold her own on several TV shows and she’d fit in quite seamlessly,’ a source told Woman’s Day