Office manager Julie Goodwin was crowned as Australia’s first MasterChef in 2009.
And then college student Whitney Miller became the first-ever MasterChef in the United States of America, in 2010.
Both of these people led mundane and relatively normal lives prior to joining MasterChef. They were budding amateur cooks, but neither of them expected to be the winner of what has become one of the most successful reality show franchises in the world.
Now, who will be the first-ever MasterChef in Asia? Will it be you?
If you think that you might have what it takes to become Asia’s first-ever MasterChef, do apply now at MasterChefAsia.com.
As long as you think you are a talented home cook, regardless of whether you have a penchant for scrumptious desserts, high-end cuisine or simple family meals, you are invited to audition for a chance to be on the show.
Applications close on 16 March so you don’t have much time left though.