On Monday night, the MasterChef: Back To Win competitors were split into two teams, who would battle it out to avoid the dreaded Pressure Test on Tuesday.
But this time, they were fighting to avoid the elimination cook-off in front of an amphitheater of die-hard MasterChef fans.
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And there was one contestant that the crowd loved the most, clearly.
'Poh, Poh, Poh,' they chanted as the stars entered the arena.
She was blown away, as were her rivals, who crowded around her to hug it out.
The MasterChef arena,
Struggling as she choked back tears, Poh told viewers, 'I'm getting really overwhelmed.'
Ten years on from her runner-up efforts on season-one of the show, she admitted: 'It makes me really think, of how long this journey of MasterChef has been going for. And how much of an impact this show has made on the Australian psyche, and how much they love it and how much they love us.'
Poh was moved. 'It's just a really lovely feeling,' she said.