More heat for Season Two
Contestants and viewers can look forward to a beefier second season which will celebrate and promote ‘hyperlocalism’ through our unique local multicultural cuisine. This season will also be expanded to 10 episodes, up from last season’s eight.
Season Two attracted applicants in the hundreds from all walks of life including a singer, athlete, doctor, teacher, florist, scientist, taxi-driver, puppeteer, fitness coach and architect, with the youngest aged 19 and the oldest, a septuagenarian at 79. MasterChef Singapore is only open to those not currently working as a professional chef or those who have ever worked as one.
The Top 24 home cooks will be chosen to fight it out in a series of high-pressure cooking auditions. The Top 12 are then rewarded with the opportunity to compete in the MasterChef kitchen to become the next Singapore MasterChef.