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Former MasterChef judge George Calombaris breaks his silence about the recently revamped TV series

Former MasterChef judge George Calombaris breaks silence over Channel Ten’s recently revamped cooking show as it dominates viewership

George Calombaris is the first former MasterChef judge to break his silence since the recently redesigned series is on the air.

On Tuesday, the ousted celebrity judge surprised his 446,000 Instagram followers when he praised the cooking competition after the show’s big debut on Monday night.

OMG. A huge result last night on the launch evening of MC12 ‘, he wrote under a photo of this year’s returning participants.

What a guy! George Calombaris is the first former MasterChef judge to break his silence since the recently redesigned series is on the air. On Tuesday, the ousted celebrity judge surprised his 446,000 Instagram followers when praising the cooking competition after the show's big debut on Monday night

What a guy! George Calombaris is the first former MasterChef judge to break his silence since the recently redesigned series is on the air. On Tuesday, the ousted celebrity judge surprised his 446,000 Instagram followers when praising the cooking competition after the show’s big debut on Monday night

OMG. A huge result last night on the launch evening of MC12 ', he wrote under a photo of this year's returning participants

OMG. A huge result last night on the launch evening of MC12 ', he wrote under a photo of this year's returning participants

OMG. A huge result last night on the launch evening of MC12 ‘, he wrote under a photo of this year’s returning participants

The 41-year-old, who was the judge of the series between 2009 and 2019, continued: “ Congratulations to Channel 10, Endemol Shine Australia, all the great crew, the contestants and the new judges. Well done!’

Returning chef Hayden Quinn, who appeared in season three, quickly responded to the post, writing, “What a nightmate! Haha I needed a hug! Thanks for all the support. ‘

Participant Khan Ong also said, ‘Love you to pieces,’ along with a series of blowing kiss emojis.

Returning chef Hayden Quinn, who appeared in season three, quickly responded to the post, writing, “What a nightmate! Haha I needed a hug! Thanks for all the support. ‘

Fellow star chef Curtis Stone, who will appear as a celebrity judge later in the season, also commented on his Instagram post, writing, “ George, you’re an absolute gentleman, ” alongside the hashtags “ humble ” and “ gracious. ”

MasterChef Australia: Back to Win appears to have the right ingredients this year and has been at the top of TV viewing for two consecutive nights.

Tuesday’s episode of the hit Channel Ten cooking series drew nearly 1.1 million viewers, with only Seven News and Nine News beating the show.

The perfect recipe! Tuesday night's episode saw 1,094,000 viewers tune across the country Pictured, (L-R) new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo

The perfect recipe! Tuesday night's episode saw 1,094,000 viewers tune across the country Pictured, (L-R) new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo

The perfect recipe! Tuesday night’s episode saw 1,094,000 viewers tune across the country Pictured, (L-R) new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo

It followed a strong Monday night premiere episode in which new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo took over former judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston.

Monday’s episode also marked the highest premiere for the show in five years.

MasterChef: Back To Win continues on Channel Ten on Thursday at 7:30 PM

End of an era: It followed a strong premiere episode on Monday night, with new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo taking the helm of former judges Gary Mehigan (left), George Calombaris (center) and Matt Preston (right)

End of an era: It followed a strong premiere episode on Monday night, with new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo taking the helm of former judges Gary Mehigan (left), George Calombaris (center) and Matt Preston (right)

End of an era: It followed a strong premiere episode on Monday night, with new judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo taking the helm of former judges Gary Mehigan (left), George Calombaris (center) and Matt Preston (right)

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