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    MasterChef Australia

    MasterChef Australia

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    Network Ten
    Based on the British reality program of the same name, MasterChef airs from Sunday through to Friday. The contestants will be led through challenges by host Sarah Wilson which will give chefs from around the country the ultimate once in a lifetime opportunity to develop and broaden their cooking skills. Their weekly challenges include; off-site challenge, mystery box, celebrity cheff challenge and masterclass. Each week there will be two eliminations; one decided by the contestants, and the other by the judges.moreless
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    Australian Princess

    Australian Princess

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    Network Ten
    This show is the Australian version of American Princess. 14 different women from all walks of life are selected and brought to one place. Then they travel around the world with a team of experts who teach them how to do everything like a princess (from walking, talking, and eating to fashion style and meeting men). Every episode sees one girl eliminated. The winner of the competition will be given over $100000 worth of cash and prizes.moreless
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    Australian Idol

    Australian Idol

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    Network Ten
    For the past five years Australian Idol has been a platform for many young artists to jump start their careers. Producing such artists as Guy Sebastian, Shannon Noll and The Young Divas. Now it's back, and better than ever! Through auditions, concerts and voting by the public, one person will be crowned 'Australian Idol' and will receive a one million dollar recording contract and national fame. Hosted by Channel [V]'s hosts Andrew G, James "Jimmy" Mathison and (as of 2008) Ricki Lee Coulter; and judged by Mark Holden, Marcia Hines and Kyle Sandilands, this the only competition that is sure to produce more than one star but only one Australian Idol. Australian Idol won the 2005 and 2006 Logie Award for "Most Popular Reality Program" and has been nominated for six others.moreless