This season of MasterChef Australia is full of surprises, including the shocking exit of Julie Goodwin on Tuesday night.
And the rest of the fans’ favorites Sarah Todd certainly feels the heat in the kitchen.
Even she said the previous model who first appeared in the sixth season of the show Before returning to the show, his 11-year-old son, Phoenix, asked, “Can I really do that?”
MasterChef Australia’s Saratodd revealed that he was feeling pressure a few weeks before the final. His son Todd is wondering if he can really win the show.
Phoenix finished 9th overall at just two years old when former model Sarah first joined MasterChef in 2014.
Despite the shocking early elimination, she became one of the most successful graduates from the show, opening two restaurants in India and two TV shows (My Restaurant in India and My Second Restaurant in India). Appeared, Gore and Mumbai respectively.
“He (Phoenix) plays it all, so I don’t know if he thinks it’s cool (I’m attending the show) or embarrassing, but he’s his It’s amazing to see where you are in your heart, “she told The Courier-Mail.
The first returnee in Season 6 revealed that 11-year-old Phoenix asked, “Is it really possible?” Before returning to the show.
“When Master Chef asked me to come back, I sat him down and said,” What do you think? Obviously difficult, I won’t see you much, but every weekend we’ll be together You will be in. ”
“He was like,’If I were you, I would do it, but you have to do to make you happy.'” “
She added that all fellow contestants have the skills to win, which is “thinking is everything”.
“When my heart begins to implode and I don’t trust my gut, I really notice the difference,” she said.
Despite the shocking early elimination, Sarah (photographed with Marco Pierre White) became one of the most successful graduates from the show, opening two restaurants in India and two television shows (two television shows. Appeared in My Restaurant in India and My Second Restaurant in India). She opened restaurants in Goa and Mumbai, respectively.
“I put a lot of pressure on myself to succeed. To be honest, at first I found it difficult to enjoy coming back,” she continued.
But Sarah said she quickly realized that “I have nothing to lose” because MasterChef is separate from her career.
Sarah also revealed that she was worried that she would “lose her trust” back if she didn’t work.
It was revealed that Channel 10 shot multiple endings for MasterChef Australia: FansvFaves.
After it was reported that the results of last season were leaked, a decision was made to pre-record the winner announcements of both finalists, and the “suspicious activity” surged on the betting website.
“Multiple endings were recorded to ensure that the results weren’t compromised by the viewer,” a network spokesman told Herald Sun in June.
Sarah said she quickly realized that she had “nothing to lose” because Master Chef was separate from her career.
Three contestants remain in the contest: Daniel Rumble, Saratodd, Billy McKay, and Keema Basques Montero.
Channel 10’s radical steps to protect the master chef’s results will take place a year after the show filmed the announcement of only one winner in 2021.
The onset “leak” dramatically changed the odds of the betting website, confirming the identity of the winner before the finale aired on television.