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MasterChef Australia finale is a ratings smash; doubles Big Brother

MasterChef Australia’s finale DOMINATES the ratings and greater than doubles the viewers of Big Brother

MasterChef Australia concluded its Fans & Favourites season on Tuesday evening, and the ratings have been a triumph for Channel 10.

Billie McKay’s winner announcement had a five-city metro viewers of 875,000 viewers with the episode total drawing 755,000, averaging out to 815,000.

The cooking present greater than doubled Big Brother’s viewers on Seven (363,000) and likewise smashed Nine’s Australian Ninja Warrior: Record Breakers (448,000).

MasterChef Australia concluded its Fans & Favourites season on Tuesday evening, and the ratings have been a triumph for Channel 10. (Pictured: MasterChef finalists Billie McKay and Sarah Todd)

The MasterChef finale noticed returning favourites Billie and Sarah Todd go face to face for the title.

It was Billie who emerged victorious, profitable the $250,000 money prize after a ‘mind-blowing’ remaining dish.

The franchise veterans have been tasked with recreating an elaborate dessert made well-known by visitor decide Heston Blumenthal. 

Billie McKay's (pictured) winner announcement had a five-city metro audience of 875,000 viewers with the episode overall drawing 755,000, averaging out to 815,000

Billie McKay’s (pictured) winner announcement had a five-city metro viewers of 875,000 viewers with the episode total drawing 755,000, averaging out to 815,000 

The judges have been most impressed with Billie, whose dish they referred to as ‘higher than good’ and ‘unbelievable’.

She scored a 9 out of 10 from every decide apart from Melissa Leong, who gave her a excellent rating of 10.

‘Oh, my God. I am unable to consider it. I’m so grateful for this expertise,’ Billie mentioned after her win. 

The cooking show more than doubled Big Brother's audience on Seven, which drew 363,000 metro viewers. (Pictured: Sonia Kruger interviewing winner Reggie Bird)

The cooking present greater than doubled Big Brother’s viewers on Seven, which drew 363,000 metro viewers. (Pictured: Sonia Kruger interviewing winner Reggie Bird)

‘I’ve discovered a lot about myself. It’s modified a lot about me, and I’m actually enthusiastic about that. And I love Sarah a lot.

‘She’s an absolute power. She’s accomplished a lot since being on MasterChef the primary time round, and I’m actually impressed by her. She’s a lovely individual in addition’.

Sarah didn’t go dwelling empty handed, profitable $30,000 for second place.

It also smashed Nine's Australian Ninja Warrior, which had 448,000 viewers in the five capital cities: (Pictured from left: Jim Courier, Leila McKinnon, Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw)

It additionally smashed Nine’s Australian Ninja Warrior, which had 448,000 viewers within the 5 capital cities: (Pictured from left: Jim Courier, Leila McKinnon, Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw)

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