MasterChef Live tour will be chopping it up in Orlando come October

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PHOTO COURTESY MASTER CHEF LIVE/INSTAGRAM
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It's Gordon Ramsay's world and we're just living in it. Not only is Ramsay opening Fish & Chips in Icon Park this summer, but the spinoff touring show based on one of his two million reality shows — MasterChef in this case — MasterChef Live will be chopping it up in Orlando this October.

Combining past contestants from both the MasterChef and MasterChef Junior shows, the Live iteration promises head-to-head cooking demos, challenges and apparently a heavy interactive element with the audience (we're picturing tons of Double Dare-esque sliming but with risotto). Pulling this off in a rock venue, should be no mean feat.



MasterChef Live touches down at the Hard Rock Live on Monday, Oct. 18. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster.



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