MasterChef hosts Gregg Wallace and John Torode to announce 18-year starting format

MasterChef judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode are excited about the show’s latest shake-up in 18 years

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MasterChef stars Gregg Wallace and John Torode have announced the culinary competition will begin next week.

The judges, who have been on the show for 18 years now, began tasting the contestants’ food while it was hot, rather than ice cold.

In a major change to the BBC1 programme, but the couple are delighted it will begin.

John, 56 years old, told Sun : “It’s a revelation! We always eat food that is room temperature.

“Nice, hot food is great. It makes a big difference.”

The exciting style of MasterChef comes in when bosses introduce a new segment of the cooking show.

The judges are excited about the new handshake


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Chef and TV presenter John explains, “It’s called the Audition Round and they come and cook their signature dish for Gregg and me. We don’t see them cook and all that we are. what I do is taste their food. It’s like we are. go to a restaurant.”

He added that in the usual format, all the judges would do is “just sit down, eat the food and then rate it, and that’s what we did”.

Sharing what’s different from the usual style, he says it’s “a lot more fun” and “gives people a chance to settle down a bit” and make food that “they really like.” Cook”.

They have been presenting it for 18 years


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The showrunners share that the show “has no script at all” and that there’s always something going on, which in turn means the series is “still new”.

John joked that it’s hard to think of a way to describe food after 18 years on the show.

He laughs: “One of the things that you really can’t change much is trying to find an adjective to describe the food.

“We try as hard as we can to be fresh, like how we explain things.”

John and Gregg


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In recent weeks, it was reported that MasterChef would be moving to Birmingham after TV bosses hailed its “amazing” cuisine.

All versions of the cooking show, organized by John and Gregg, will be performed at a new studio complex in Digbeth from 2024 as part of the BBC’s Across the UK scheme.

Shine TV producer Jon Swain said: “Moving production to one of the country’s most diverse cities will allow us to energize the show.”

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