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MasterChef Australia!!!

MasterChef Australia is a great show!  When it's on, we get it 5 days a week.  There are TONS of episodes.  The thing that makes it really cool is that the judges and contestants are all so nice!  The contestants don't stab each other in the back and they even help each other!  
Anyway, the other night (a couple of weeks ago) some friends of ours were in town and wanted to go to Chili's, so we went over to the mall to eat :)  When we got there we saw that the bookstore had the Judges (and very famous chefs/restaurant owners) inside signing cookbooks!   
When we got inside, they had just closed off the line, so we weren't allowed to go through the line and get them to sign a cookbook or get a pic with them :(   
So... we stood as close as we could and took pics :) haha!  (and I didn't have my camera, only my phone to take pics)...
Here's Gary... 
 Here's George with my friend Amy :)
 And my attempt at a picture "with" George :) haha!!
 George and Gary with the Bookstore Staff :)
These guys are big stars here in South Asia (and big stars in Australia)... They are super nice :)  I love randomly running into celebrities :)  (To see other posts about famous people we've run into, click HERE)

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Anonymous said…
Hahaha that is so cool! I love your pictures! I can't believe you didn't have your camera!!

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