George and Gary serve up a dish they worked with together fifteen years ago! A delicious char-siu salmon with a stir-fry
With Gary's guidance, Marion helps to mix, fold and dish up the rhubarb and blackberry souffles
With a dollop of both ice-cream and cream in the goey centre of this souffle, who could resist?
The final seven are invited into Donna's kitchen where she talks them through balance, presentation and plating.
The contestants are hypnotised by Donna's magical icing that oozes off the sides of the chocolate cake
Brett Graham, executive chef and owner of The Ledbury reveals the two dishes that Jonathan and Joanne will have to reproduce
Joanne tastes the pigeon heart, which is something she's never eaten before
With one hour and fifteen minutes to produce both dishes, Joanne finds the motivation she needs from her family photos
Jonathan is first to serve up his dishes to Gary, George and Brett. Unfortunately his fingers suffered in the challenge and needed to be bandaged
Joanne is eliminated but she exits with a smile on her face as she describes her favourite moments on her MasterChef journey
The contestants are split into pairs and must race from London to Paris, collect their ingredients and produce a two course French meal
Arriving at the President Wilson Open Air Markets, the contestants must collect the fresh produce for their two dishes as quickly as possible
With the stunning Notre Dame Cathedral behind them, the contestants are focused on producing the best dishes they can
Joanne and Jonathan were last to arrive and now they scramble to get all elements of their meals together before the time runs out
Marion and Callum win the superchallenge for their dishes, Ballotine of Chicken with Foie Gras, and dessert, Chocolate Croissant Pudding
Not quite a simple egg with toast but in fact a dessert of vanilla ice-cream and mango puree with shortbread!
Martin stands by to watch Marion and offer some advice during her extra time
Marion has difficulty getting a clean line when cutting the eggshells. She needs three similar eggshells for each dessert plate
John Torode and Greg Wallace from MasterChef UK join George to judge the dishes from Marion and Martin
Martin wins the challenge having scored a total of 26 points. He states that Marion doesn't need an immunity pin as she has the attitude and endeavour to go a long way!
The contestants arrival at Hatfield house before they get to see the dishes of Hetson Blumenthal that they will be recreating
Heston advises Joanne and Adam on how they can stop the parsley butter from splitting when cooking it with the oats.
Gary has a peek on the Jonathan's disasterous pastry and advises that he go back and make it again
Aaron has to be a bit innovative with his technique using the meat grinder when the clamp that attaches it to the table breaks
After only two hours given to complete the challenge by Heston Blumenthal, the contestants celebrate when the judges call time
Joanne's reaction when she finds out that her and the rest of the contestants are flying to London for the week
The contestants arrived in London where they were to use this replica of the Imperial Crown as inspiration for the pastry challenge
Claire carefully arranges her little pastries on the tiered cake display stand before time runs out
Callum, Jonathan and Marion took out the top three positions in the Langham Hotel pastry challenge
Callum and Jonathan have a private Masterclass with Jamie Oliver in his kitchen who teaches them a few tricks to help them in the competition
Marion and Aaron have a private Masterclass with Michael Klausen at Brasserie Bread and learn about the different types of sourdoughs made
Klausen teaches how to knead the bread and let it rest six times to get perfect dough development
Gary bakes two whole potatoes for 45 minutes at 180 degrees and then grates them into long firm strands to form the hash browns which are then fried in fat
Julie Goodwin is back in the MasterChef Kitchen, on the other side of the bench, and shows how to make her scallops with cauliflower puree and bacon crumble - delicious!
Gary and George create a Chocolate Ganache with Peanut and Caramel Ice Cream. Gary coats the honeycomb with white chocolate and roasted peanuts
The five members from the Blue team face a taste test challenge and are presented with a cake made by George
The contestants take turns in tasting the cake and naming an ingredient. The first to incorrectly name an ingredient will be eliminated
George explains that this cake is one his mother often made for him. He lifts a cloche to reveal the ingredient butter, which Alivin named.
On his second turn, Matt names apricots, which he then specifies as dried apricots. Gary reveals that this ingredient is incorrect
The correct ingredient was apricot jam, which George explains is very different to dried apricots, and so Matthew is eliminated
Neil Perry is here to advise the contestants on their three course meal for Qantas' International Business Class. Each team has 90 minutes to prepare the dishes
Their meals have been delivered onto the plane and the teams now must reheat and plate them up before serving
The Blue team serves their meals first to Gary, Alan Joyce - CEO of Qantas, Neil Perry and Matt Preston
The Red team serves second and have prawns in their entrée and quail in their main - the same as the Blue team
Marion feels terrible after her dish disappointed the judges and the Blue team have lost the challenge. They will now all face an elimination challenge
In Jonathan's second celebrity chef challenge he is cooking against Josh Emett and hopes to win the challenge and the immunity pin
Jonathan has an extra fifteen minutes time allowance but has never made a consomme before, will he plate up all elements of the dish?
Emett quickly catches up to Jonathan and has no trouble preparing the fish, turned vegetables and consomme
Jonathan receives a 7 from Matt, an 8 from Donna and a 7 from George, giving him a total of 22 points
Emett's dish was more vibrant and elegant and he receives a total of 27 points, therefore beating Jonathan in the challenge
It's a battle of the Gen Y cooks today! Matthew, Sharnee and Callum have to reproduce a 70s stroganoff without a recipe!
There's a flurry of activity in the kitchen as the contestants race between the benches and the pantry having to work out which meat and spices to use
Matthew is the least flustered of the three and thinks back to when his Mum made stroganoff for dinner, but will this help or hinder his dish?
George and Matt taste each dish and look for the core ingredients. George isn't happy with the inconsistent cuts of meat in the dishes
Sharnee's steak was not the correct cut of meat and was therefore chewy. She also incorrectly identified the spice used and therefore has been eliminated
Julie Goodwin drops by the MasterChef kitchen and has set the ingredients for todays mystery box challenge!
In thirty minutes Marion produced her own springrolls filled with cream cheese, lemon and mint filling. The judges loved it and so Marion won!
It's a 're-invention' test today and Marion must pick between Iced Vo-Vos, Chiko Rolls or Golden Gaytimes. Marion plays to her strengths and chooses the chiko rolls.
Jonathan wins the challenge for his Classic Beef and Vegetables with Reduction and Corn Pastry.
Best mates Matthew and Callum along with Sharnee have produced the three least impressive dishes for the invention test and will be facing the pressure test together tomorrow