Ten has released a few new contestants for Masterchef.
These five contestants are the latest hopefuls in the running to compete in the audition round of MasterChef Australia in 2016.
MasterChef Australia’s latest round of contestants are Michaela Johansson, Theresa Visintin and Jimmy Wong from Sydney, Perth’s Karmen Lu and rural Queensland’s Miles Pritchett.
For the first time ever on MasterChef Australia, sibling rivalries will be put to the test as 44-year-old mother of three Theresa battles her own brother Jimmy, a 59-year-old sustainability specialist, in an effort to secure a coveted spot in the Top 24 (both pictured). As one of their dreams shines brighter, whose will be extinguished?
In a bid to impress the judges, 23-year-old student Michaela attempts the most ambitious audition dish MasterChef Australia has ever seen: a croquembouche. With only an hour to complete this incredibly complex dessert, has Michaela bitten off more than she can chew? To see if Michaela’s tower of terror stands up to the judges
Perth waitress Karmen, 24, is normally quite shy and reserved outside of the kitchen, but make no mistake about her ambitions. This quietly competitive cook plans to wow the judges by playing to their biggest weakness, chocolate.
Typical Aussie bloke Miles is a 46-year-old park ranger who likes nothing better than cooking on an open campfire, but will his meat pie served in a tin be enough to set the judges taste buds on fire?
Tune in to see which hopeful will make it past the audition round and through to the Top 24 of MasterChef Australia in 2016