Nothing in the world can convince me that Le Gavroche isn’t haunted by this portrait of Michel Roux Jr.
It’s the penultimate episode and after being whittled down to a trio, the cooks face a particularly gruelling challenge: Michel Roux Jr.’s mental costing!
Did they have to dress the servers up as The Silence from Doctor Who?
Finals Week begins with a catering challenge and my personal favourite round of the entire series!
Who amongst us isn’t?
It’s the last episode of Semi-final Week and with three critics to impress there’s a lot of pressure on the final 6 contestants!
Here we see a rare photo of Gregg Wallace before the makeup team work their magic.
The second half of our semi-finalists take to the kitchen to see who deserves the privilege of annoying professional chef Ben Tish!
Marc Mok, Cheese Tamer.
The semi-finals are starting and it’s all about dreams, ambitions and DAMMIT THE PROFESSIONAL KITCHEN ROUND IS BACK. But Anna Haugh is here to make it better. You win some, you lose some.
Britain’s Next Top Hairdresser has taken an interesting turn.
It’s the last of the quarterfinals and it’s one hell of a strong group of cooks and a deceptively simple brief.
Remember when this was what the MasterChef kitchen used to look like? Just a faux wood nightmare.
It’s the final batch of contestants and I think it’s the strongest group we’ve had all series but I might be bias because there’s a dog-walker.
Ah yes, the Working From Home motto.
We’re kicking off the last of the MasterChef Heat Weeks with all of the MasterChef tropes: LADSLADSLADS, ill-advised flavour combinations, buttery biscuit somethings and a chocolate fondant. If there was raw lamb we’d have had a full house!
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It’s the penultimate quarterfinal and I think it’s safe to say one of the hardest to judge yet.
Speak of the devil and he doth appear wearing his trademark scarf.
(If anyone gets this reference please let me know.)
The penultimate heats begin to draw to a close and this week we found out it is in fact possibly to curry sadness.