“Master Chef” Finals: We require a recurring vote count

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Well, gentlemen, I require a recount and maybe even a re-election. If the State of Israel can put a quarter of a billion shekels on a few ballots and propaganda budgets that don’t interest anyone, there’s no reason why the really important issues – the identity of Master Chef Eighth Israel – will not exert responsibility and maturity. Sorry, Vanessa, you are probably a wonderful cook, as if you were mum to six and all and I am sure that along the way he also expects you to have an amazing career in dubbing, but this round should have taken the young guy with the candy-jumping candy hanging pastries on a clothesline.   Declaration of winner. From “Master Chef” (courtesy of Rainbow) It is very strange to me that the three judges gave him the higher number of points, and then came Michal Anskey, who misses Google Muggle, turned the tart by his mouth and Vanessa Vidal the winner of the season. Do not know. A bit of diphthong shrank for me when I saw it happen. Personally, I haven’t calmed down since the time Massimiliano bypassed Rachel Ben Elul. So far in the case of favorites. Master Chef’s Three Finalists (Photo: Ortal Dahan) Eight seasons have gone by Master Chef in dance – Pierre, Feels Like More – and you could say that the format has been pretty bad here. As in good, stable relationships, his relationship with the viewer is not continuous with dramatic shaking. We know what to expect when we open our eyes in the morning and look at the pillow next to us, and we are pretty much satisfied. The happy seasons are similar to each other but that’s fine, because they are well lubricated and give work. After a few testimonies, the judging panel stabilized on its optimal doses, and even this season, Israel Aharoni sparkled like a sane and balanced link, lifting Haim Cohen off the ground and removing a second deer (also known by his Indian name, “egocentric sweet potato”) from the clouds, Lansky but even she is somehow less annoying when he’s around. Mostly I like the fact that he is always there to indicate that although the dish is a conceptual failure and a flop of performance, it is just a good and tasty dish, or as they say popularly, a delectable one. Winner of Master Chef, Vanessa Vidal (Photo: Ortal Dahan) It wasn’t a simple round – many good ones fell (who are you, weird people who dismiss Albert and Flower, and what did you do to Master Chef’s judges?) But the fact that despite being allowed along the way to the finals deserved and impressive soul players prove that the professional level this season too It was relatively high, and the cast managed to get a hold of the folk players just one minute before they went on to a culinary career. The ratings, by the way, were in line – this was the second season aired on the split Channel 2 and in most cases it outlined the programs aired in front of it in the Siamese coordination of a network. The spoiler for Vidal’s win was given to viewers herself, several hours before the final, when she published Vidal’s photo among the other contestants with the caption “Winner.” Also, the fact that Widel (or her Native American name “small patties of something delicious”) is the one that picked a first campaign among the three finalists did not exactly leave room for doubt. This is not the first time that the more sophisticated contestants have been converted by the exotic contestant, but at least this time you could believe that Vidal’s portions were accurate and refined, and if we didn’t taste at least we relished her tasting dyslexia. I was pleased to find that life sounds so much more impressive. And word for production – when the contestants themselves ask you to remove their families from the studio, it’s your cue to remove their families from the studio. Besides, everything in Provence ./>
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