Lego Masters Brickmas: Channel Nine releases first-look holiday trailer

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    A sneak peek has been released for the upcoming Lego Masters Brickmas special.

    The two-part Christmas show will see Hamish Blake back in the hosting chair and feature four Aussie celebrities building alongside former Lego Masters contestants.

    The celebrities taking part include Love Island presenter Sophie Monk, The Block host Scott Cam, radio personality Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli and Today’s entertainment reporter Brooke Boney.

    Sneak peek: A sneak peek has been released for the upcoming Lego Masters Brickmas special. Pictured: Lego Masters hosts Hamish Black (left) and Ryan 'The Brickman' McNaught (right)

    Sneak peek: A sneak peek has been released for the upcoming Lego Masters Brickmas special. Pictured: Lego Masters hosts Hamish Black (left) and Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught (right)

    ‘Christmas is a very special holiday,’ says Hamish in the promo. ‘It will see beloved Aussies creating incredible things out of Lego.’

    ‘Welcome to Lego Masters Brickmas special!’ he tells the contestants. 

    The teaser shows the stars working with contestants from the original series to create various Lego constructions.

    What's expected: The teaser shows the stars, including Love Island host Sophie Monk, working with contestants from the original series to create various Lego constructions

    What’s expected: The teaser shows the stars, including Love Island host Sophie Monk, working with contestants from the original series to create various Lego constructions

    ‘You’ve never been a contestant, have you, Scotty?’ Hamish says to The Block host.

    ‘We might swap by the end of this,’ Scott joked back.

    In an amusing scene, Scott uses a Lego-sized hammer to hit the pieces into place, in homage to the usual hammer he uses on Nine’s renovation show.

    Building on a smaller scale: The Block host Scott Cam uses a Lego-sized hammer to hit the pieces into place, in homage to the usual hammer he uses on Nine's renovation show

    Building on a smaller scale: The Block host Scott Cam uses a Lego-sized hammer to hit the pieces into place, in homage to the usual hammer he uses on Nine’s renovation show

    At one point, Beauty and the Geek host Sophie Monk is perplexed by returning contestant Henry’s Lego skills.

    ‘How much easier does it look on TV?’ she asks in disbelief.

    Elsewhere, Brooke works on one Lego set with Michael from season three, and Wippa accidentally spills pieces while walking hastily across the studio floor.

    The first part of the Lego Masters Brickmas special airs November 21 on Nine and 9Now. The second part airs the following Sunday

    'How much easier does it look on TV?' Beauty and the Geek host Sophie Monk is perplexed by returning contestant Henry's Lego skills

    ‘How much easier does it look on TV?’ Beauty and the Geek host Sophie Monk is perplexed by returning contestant Henry’s Lego skills

    Coming soon: Brooke Blurton works on one Lego set with Michael from season three

    Coming soon: Brooke Blurton works on one Lego set with Michael from season three

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