I don't know what they are making Lisbeth Salander do in the credits. He just looks mildly insane with some spooky smoke coming out of pots, like when you steal chemicals from a cupboard in Y8 chemistry and throw them in a beaker.
The last series had a different, but also stupid theme tune, I had no idea it was Katy Perry. We like the NZ one best, it's hilarious, DD's face was a picture when I made her listen to it. We sing along loudly and badly
The last series of the NZ one had this montage of kitchen equipment at the beginning, with a fridge with drawers that made a trilling noise when it opened. Me and dd (sad, losers) used to make the trilling noise when the fridge opened and it kept us strangely entertained.
There's an NZ one?? Where? Where? Yes, I am an insane addict of the Ozzie one. If Jay goes tonight I will be in mourning. He so does not deserve to. Clio, on the other hand, seems just to follow instructions yelled at her from the gallery...
The uk version is just so dull once you've seen the Oz version. The nearest they get to a challenge is working a catering van to feed the crew of some godawful daytime bbc program. It's alway rainy and miserable and involves tinned food. Either that or the pomp and circumstance formal dinners that I find really cringy.
I totally agree chutes. I have watched Masterchef Aus anf professionals and the normal UK one is going to be so dull in comparison. I really hope that they have pulled their finger out re the challenges.
They should have it that the contestants live in a house as well. They all go back to their normal lives between the competitions in the UK one, didn't someone pull out last year because of the pressure and relentlessness of it?
I also hate the pompousness of some of the challenges. They cooked last year for some dessicated Duchess didn't they. Who cares what she thinks?
Found it Shame I couldn't find a pic of the sign when I google imaged. I am laughing at it being a 'Holiday Village' though. If you'd ever been to Collie you'd know that normal people do not holiday there, the locals are rather inbred interesting........
It's very isolated, and if you don't live in Perth even moreso, and then still a bit back of beyond. My brother lives there, but his experience is different as he lives in Subiaco, a trendy suburb. I stayed in backpackers but also in the middle of two trendy suburbs. (Northbridge and Leederville for anyone who knows Perth)
Then I moved to Kalgoorlie, which is a brilliantly hilarious goldmining town, like hicksville with money.
We (DD's Dad and I), had planned to go back, which I had agreed to, but I said trendy suburb of Perth, Perth for it's close proximity to SE Asia, or Sydney, as it's where everything in Oz is.
He left when DD was six weeks old so it never happened.