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Dust off your aprons and get ready to question everything you know about cooking, because MasterChef Australia is back.
The new season, which kicked off on Monday night, sees 24 contestants battle it out for the MasterChef title (and the sweet $250,000 prize money).
We'll also get to see favourites Poh Ling Yeow, Callum Hann and Reynold Poernomo return for a little cameo.
Watch a sneak peek for the new season of MasterChef Australia. Post continues below.
Here's everything we know about the MasterChef Australia 2021 contestants and (more importantly) where to follow them on Instagram.
MasterChef's Therese, Instagram @therese.lum
Therese is part Taiwanese, part Burmese and part Chinese, and already seems like one to watch.
Despite only cooking for one year, she's already impressing the judges in the first episode with her mystical mushroom dessert.
"It makes me so happy when I cook," she explained.
"It just transports me to Willy Wonka’s Wonderland. When it comes to desserts, I am self-taught. I do weird and whacky desserts, that’s something that I love to do."