‘MasterChef Junior’: Christina Tosi Joins As Judge

Kiddie cooking show gets pick up for fourth season!

Christina Tosi Joins 'MasterChef Junior'

Christina Tosi – the famed pastry chef and founder of New York City’s Milk Bar – will replace restaurateur Joe Bastianich for future seasons of MASTERCHEF and MASTERCHEF JUNIOR.

Fox ordered a fourth season of the kiddie cooking competition today which is expected to air in late 2015.

“MASTERCHEF has been one of my favorite shows since it began, and like so many others, I fell in love with MASTERCHEF JUNIOR,” Tosi said in a statement obtained by TheTVPage.com.

“I’m incredibly humbled by the opportunity and excited to pay forward all that I owe to learning what you’re made of in the home kitchen, and putting your neck on the line to show what you’ve got to the rest of the world!”

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Celebrity chef and star Gordon Ramsay welcomed Tossi to the MASTERCHEF family, saying:

“Christina is one of the most exciting, dynamic and inspirational people in food today, whose brilliant ideas and incredible work ethic have resulted in a meteoric rise in the culinary world. I have tremendous respect for her opinions, and she’ll be an incredible judge and phenomenal mentor to the best home cooks in America.”

MASTERCHEF JUNIOR airs Tuesday nights at 8:00 PM on Fox.

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