My experience getting screen time on MasterChef Canada


Who the hell has not pondered life as a television star?

I understand that not everyone aspires to be eyeballed by high definition lenses like I had as a child, but I am certain everyone has taken a moment to imagine themselves signing autographs in a mall somewhere.

As a child, I was the obnoxious type. I was always the first one to open his mouth when it came to answering a question in class. On my first day of kindergarten, I voluntarily went out of my way to personally introduce myself to the school’s principal. That might have made my parents proud, but looking back on it, I consider that move extremely pretentious. Growing up, I kept putting gas on the fire that was my need for attention. But my MasterChef experience kind of put out the flames.

Flash forward to the summer of 2017. After years of mastering…

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