Bidding goodbye to MasterChef Australia Season 11, Star World has requested fans and followers to tweet something unique about the show. And for every tweet about the show tagging them, Star World has promised to give a meal on their behalf. Star World tweeted saying, "Lead the path of goodness with MasterChef Australia and @rha_india. Say goodbye to MasterChef Australia Season 11 with a unique tweet to donate a meal." Masterchef Australia Season 11 Winner: Restaurant Manager Larissa Takchi Wins Show, Walks Home With $250,000 Prize Money.
They also tweeted a picture alongside the caption, "Put the 'Good' in the Goodbye. Sharing a Bid your goodbye to MasterChef S11 with #StarWorldGoodInGoodBye, tag @starworldindia and for each tweet, we'll share a meal on your behalf." The tweet was quick to go viral on the micro-blogging platform and gained quite a lot of support. Social media users praised the initiative and encouraged others to tweet about the show which will turn into meals for the needy.
Check Out Star World's Tweet:
Lead the path of goodness with MasterChef Australia and @rha_india.
Say goodbye to MasterChef Australia Season 11 with a unique tweet to donate a meal.
— Star World (@StarWorldIndia) December 10, 2019
Hoteliers, chefs, cooks and commoners tweeted alike and praised the thoughtful initiative. Over the past 11 years, the show hosted by Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris has become quite popular among fans and followers. Many British chefs have made special guest appearances on the show over the course of time. The Season 11 ended with the announcement that Preston, Mehigan and Calombaris will not be returning in 2020. The format of MasterChef Australia is different from the UK one. While the winner of MasterChef UK gets a trophy, the amateur chef who is crowned the MasterChef Australia champion gets $250,000, car and a monthly column in a food magazine.