MasterChef Season 6 Premiere Spoilers: The Big Twist

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
MasterChef Season 6 Premiere Spoilers: The Big Twist

Are you missing Gordon Ramsay’s brutal honesty and Graham Elliot’s cool personality? Then, you are in for a treat in the upcoming two-hour episode of “MasterChef US” Season 6 Premiere, which airs on Wednesday, May 20, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. on FOX. Read on to know what is going to happen.

As always in top cooking competitions, there is always a catch. Yahoo reported that the new batch of amateur chefs are going to have a hard time on day one. The first 20 contestants will surely be surprised as they encounter surprise opponents of the same quantity to enter the “MasterChef” kitchen. There is going to be a total of 40 home cooks fighting for a spot in the competition.

Each head-to-head showdown will be based on the expertise of every contestant. Elliot explained that it is going to be “steak versus steak, seafood versus seafood, bakers versus bakers.” It is all about fair play. Elliot guaranteed that half of the initial contestants will go home as the episode ends.

Pastries are going to be the highlight of the season because of the new judge, Christina Tosi. She replaced the “MasterChef” veteran Joe Bastianich.

She admitted being a fan of the franchise ever since its first season. That was why she gladly took the offer to be part of the judging panel.

Tosi has an impressive track record. According to FOX, she is the founder and owner of Milk Bar in New York City. She created innovative products such as crack pie, compost cookies and cereal milk ice cream. She helped Momofuku Ko receive two Michelin stars and be acknowledged as one of the Top 100 Restaurants in the World, according to Restaurant magazine.

“MasterChef” airs every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. on FOX.

There you have it for the spoilers on “MasterChef US” Season 6 Premiere, which airs on May 20. For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

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