No budget. Any guests dead or alive you could invite.... what would I do?
So that's my first guest. Nigella
I had begged my parents to buy it for me at the Royal Easter Show. So that would have been March/April 1984 - Michael Jackson was my first Pop Idol.
The first video I ever hired from the video shop (and yes, it WAS a video - no DVDs and it was VHS not Beta hehe) was Thriller - extended version around the same time or slightly after.
50 years is not old. But he lived a pretty extraordinary life. So sad really, what happens to his kids? Will Debbie Rowe have any access to the two children she mothered to him?
Alex 'expensive' Perry seemed like he wanted to give Cassie the boot. Shame he was outnumbered.
Jason is so talented but man, what a trainwreck that house was! I'm not sure how I'd feel about a blue room either to be honest! He and Damien turned it around and came through victorious - happy for Jason, but sad for Ritchie.
Bubbye Poh, bye! No great loss to me, was getting exasperated with the flusters she had in the challenges, particularly when she was in charge... Masterclass this week wasn't rocking my boat but the announcement of a HongKong trip did! I have been there twice and love it.
And it hasn't disappointed.
Loved the dim-sum challenges - I seriously could eat my (hefty) weight in yum-cha and have had it a few times in Hong Kong. The precision, ingredients, presentation. Loved it, wished I could smell it and eat it too.
Celebrity chef was interesting - given that Lucas I think is a bit over-rated I wasn't surprised that Julie beat him - as again I went unsurprised that Julia kicked Chris' and Sams' butts too.
So Chris, plus Sam and sadly Andre have their places in the final four and either Julie or Justine will need to be eliminated... there's no justice in that one, it should be one of the boys...!! Don't you think?
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