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MasterChef – Season 4 “Top 13 Compete/Top 12 Compete” – RECAP

MasterChef - Season 4 'Top 13 CompeteTop 12 Compete'

MasterChef returns to FOX tonight with another 2-hour episode called, “13 Compete/12 Compete.”

On tonight’s show, former season 3 winner Christine Ha will be dropping by the the MasterChef kitchen. Then, the amateur chefs will have to prepare a wedding feast!. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it for you RIGHT HERE!!

Last week, British celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay, acclaimed chef Graham Elliott and restaurateur Joe Bastianich welcomed GLEE cast members; Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith and Matthew Morrison who assisted the judges in choosing the winning team after they had to prepare a meal for the cast and crew of the popular singing show. Joe’s mother, legendary chef, Lidia Bastianich was also a guest judge for a pasta dish. Howard and Bime were the two hopefuls that were eliminated last week at the end of the challenges.

Getting eliminated is not pleasant and this week former contestant Marie Porter spoke out about alleged abuse by the three judges, she went so far as saying that a few voted out contestants even had suicidal thoughts! What do you think? Is she bitter from being eliminated, or could there be some truth in her allegations? Reps for MasterChef had their own take on the situation, “Contestants on MasterChef are treated with the utmost respect and professionalism and we care tremendously about their well-being. The recent comments posted about the treatment of the contestants are completely without merit.”

Tonight an all new show airs and I can’t wait to see what former winner of season 3 MasterChef has in store for the contestants. Two more chefs will be going home tonight, personally I hope one of them is Krissi as I find her really annoying and disrespectful to everyone else in the competition.

[ SEE THE FULL RECAP OF THE SHOW HERE ... ]


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