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The TV judge took fans inside her shoe wardrobe, and we are obsessed.
This year's home cooks promise to bring diversity and delicious dishes to the show.
From becoming the show's first female judge to splitting from her husband, it was a big year for her professionally and personally.
Plus, more nostalgic flashback photos of our favourites from the popular cooking show.
There are highs and lows outside of the kitchen for Emelia Jackson, Melissa Leong, Reynold Poernomo and more.
Couple have decided to 'part ways' after eloping in 2017.
The TV judge said that "over here in this corner of the world, our very own little girl showed us all what’s possible".
The young contestant took home $25,000 in prize money after winning the final cook-off.
"Everything is a little bit different to how we probably envisaged it to be."
Former cooking show contestant Rose said it's a project "very close to my heart".
Ryan now faces a critical decision: 'It's like asking who do I love more, Mum Or Dad?'
Melissa is 'also from Singapore so we connected on multiple things like the cuisine and culture'.
"To be a white man calling out racism is important."
The countdown has begun till viewers meet the 14 young contestants in the cooking show spin-off.
Creator Rian Difuntorum credits Mel as the “sweetest person” who came up with the idea that she sell these masks.
Callum Hann applauded the food critic who joined this season alongside Jock Zonfrillo and Andy Allen.
The cooking show judge's flair for delivering colourful commentary hasn't gone unnoticed.
"I have eaten some very interesting things," said the cooking show judge in an old interview.