MasterChef contestant from Bury St Edmunds to battle for chance to become a semi finalist tonight
A MasterChef contestant from Bury St Edmunds is to battle for the chance to become a semi finalist in tonight's episode of the hit TV show.
Hannah Gregory is competing in the BBC One programme's Knockout Week.
The 33-year-old, who is a freelance creative producer for music festivals, joins seven others tonight as they compete for the chance to experience the pressure of a professional kitchen for the first time.
They must cook a dish for hosts John Torode and Gregg Wallace which they would have on the menu of their own restaurant, pop-up or feature in their cookbook.
After this challenge, three of them will be going home.
The remaining five head to Manchester to work in the flagship restaurant of 2015 MasterChef Champion Simon Wood.
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The five contestants will be responsible for serving up every dish on the menu to paying customers during a packed lunch service.
Only the best cooks will make it through to the final challenge in Knockout Week and have the chance to become a semi finalist.
It airs tonight (April 1) at 9pm on BBC One.
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