Anna Polyviou to star in MasterChef spin-off show


Award-winning pastry chef Anna Polyviou will join the cast of MasterChef spin-off Dessert Masters on Channel 10 in Australia. 

Polyviou is one of Australia’s much-loved and popular celebrity chefs, well-known for her pink mohawk, quirky urban style and contagious fun attitude. 

The Greek-Cypriot Australian chef will head straight to the kitchen from the South African jungle where she was cast with 13 other celebrities on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!   

The all-star pastry chefs will compete against each other in Dessert Masters. Photo: Cairns Post

In this first-ever series of Dessert Masters, 10 top pastry chefs, bakers and chocolate connoisseurs will compete for a total grand prize of $100,000 and the chance to be named champion.

Polyviou will go up against household names such as Australian patissier Adriano Zumbo, cake sensation icon Andy Bowdy, Tarts Anon founder Garreth Whitton, and talented pastry chef, Rhiann Mead.

They will be judged by Melissa Leong and Amaury Guichon.

Source: Cairns Post.




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