Kelowna’s Stacey Roy takes residence high prize on LEGO Masters – Kelowna Information

Local wins LEGO Masters

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Photo: CTV LEGO Masters

A Kelowna woman has been declared the LEGO Master as season three of the popular show wrapped up on CTV this week.

Kelowna’s Stacey Roy took home the top prize. Roy says she started building LEGO sets with her father when she was just a little girl, but it’s the brick-building skills she honed as an adult that got a worldwide audience.

? WE ARE LEGO MASTERS! ?

I genuinely don’t know how to put this into words. ?

I’m beyond proud of @TheStaceyRoy and I for giving it our all in every challenge and I’m so grateful to the entire LEGO Masters family for making this the most memorable experience of our lives ? pic.twitter.com/DEN9pPm0T2

— BrickinNick (@BrickinNick) December 15, 2022

The Kelowna native was among 24 contestants, six from Canada, who were able to show off their building chops in Season 3.

In the series finale, Roy and her partner from Ontario, Nick Della Mora were both crowned the title of LEGO Master and the cool $100,000 prize that goes along with the victory.

The show pits 12 Lego building pairs against each other over 13 weeks of competition in brick-building challenges, the winner is crowned LEGO Master.

Photo: CTV LEGO Masters

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