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  1. America's Got Talent - Season 14 Trailer
  2. Australia's Got Talent 2019 The juges après 3 ans d absence le show et de retour enjoy Australia's Got Talent - Season 9 Episode 1 - Auditions 1 https://verystream.com/stream/Hnoia9QfkDr https://cloudvideo.tv/sg9f4626cecc https://onlystream.tv/vqpb2zl2jgox https://powvldeo.net/px0jtrre0b16 https://vidoza.net/0wsmepo9uw24.html https://vidlox.me/qkya5gvoxk9n
  3. The Great Food Truck Race Get Ready to Roll This Sunday with The Great Food Truck Race This Sunday at 9pm/8c, The Great Food Truck Race, Season 4 premieres with all-new trucks, cities and challenges. It’s going to be the longest route yet for the food truck rookies, who will learn to operate a mobile business right on the road. But if that wasn’t enough, host Tyler Florence will be throwing Speed Bumps and Truck Stop challenges at them to see how they do: It could be anything from completely making over the menu to selling at a breakneck pace in order to be the first to win a cash prize. At the end of the race only one team will be left standing with $50,000 and the keys to their truck. FN Dish recently caught up with members of Philly’s Finest Sambonis and The Frankfoota Truck, who were visiting New York. “You can expect absolute mayhem,” said Dana of The Frankfoota Truck, “especially in the beginning when none of us knows what we’re doing.” “It’s an emotional roller coaster,” said Joe from Philly’s Finest Sambonis. This season, expect to see some of the hardest challenges yet, which Erik of Philly’s can attest to: “We could have sat for three months trying to figure out what challenges would get thrown at us and we still wouldn’t have been able to figure them out.” But even with the competitiveness from each team, there was an element of camaraderie, as Dana explained: “In the beginning we all had our guard up, so it took a while for us to embrace the other teams; but once we did, it was a ball.” "The Great Food Truck Race" Season 4 on Food Network http://youtu.be/eelr7ESYKx4
  4. About The Voice The Voice is back in 2013 for a second season of the show that took Australia by storm. With a few new faces and a few minor tweaks, it's shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. This year, Seal, Joel Madden, Delta Goodrem and newcomer to the The Voice, Ricky Martin, are competing as coaches - each one hoping to discover and nurture Australia's next great voice. During the blind auditions, each coach must select 14 artists for their team. With their backs to the stage, the coaches judge each artist based only on what they hear. If a coach is impressed, they push a button which turns their chair to face the artist and signals that they want them on their team. If more than one coach selects the artist, the power shifts to the artist who may choose which coach they want to work with throughout the show. Once the teams are set, the battle is on. Coaches will dedicate themselves to developing their singers, giving them advice, and sharing the highs and lows of their careers. During the battle rounds, the coaches must pit two of their own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After the vocal face-off, the coach must choose which of his/her singers will advance. In a new twist each coach has the opportunity to save a member of another team who did not make it through. Only one artist may be saved from each team across the battle shows. Each coach now has formed teams of eight, it's time for the showdowns where they must now each reduce their teams to four. Across two episodes all artists will perform and this time the audience will vote to help the coach decide who he or she will take into the live finals. In this final performance phase of the competition, the top four artists from each team will compete against each other during a live broadcast. Each week, the combination of viewer and coach vote will determine who stays and who goes, until there is only one artist on each of the coaches' teams. It is then that the coaches go head to head, to compete against the other teams' finalists to be named The Voice of Australia - the winner will receive the grand prize of a recording contract with Universal Music Australia, $100,000 and a Ford Focus Kuga
  5. The Great Canadian Baking Show Season 2 allez c'est reparti pour une nouvelle saison ENJOY
  6. About The Great Canadian Baking Show CBC Life · February 21 THE GREAT CANADIAN BAKING SHOW will bring together 10 amateur bakers from across Canada to compete in a series of themed culinary challenges. In every episode, they'll face three nail-biting rounds: the Signature Bake, the Technical Bake and the Show Stopper. Each week, the competitor who shows the most skill, creativity and finesse will be named Star Baker, while the weakest will be sent home until only three finalists are left vying for the Great Canadian Baking Show title. Julia Chan: Host 'If I were a baked good? I'm gonna go with...a mince pie.' CBC Life · October 2 (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Julia Chan played Dr. Maggie Lin in hit medical drama Saving Hope for all of its five seasons. Other credits include Rookie Blue and the indie thriller Silent House. Recent guest appearances include Gotham, Schitt's Creek and the feature film A Kid Like Jake, opposite Claire Danes. Her stage credits include the title role in Hamlet at The New School, No Exit at 50 East 50th St. Theater, New York, The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow at W.H.A.T on Cape Cod and KNOCK! and Lulu at the American Repertory Theatre while at Harvard. Julia was born in the UK, grew up in Hong Kong and lives in Los Angeles. She is a 2010 graduate of The New School for Drama in New York and has a BA degree in History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University. Daniel Levy: Host '90 per cent of the reason I'm here is to taste the baked goods.' CBC Life · October 2 (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Daniel Levy began his television career as co-host of MTV Canada's flagship show MTV Live and later co-wrote, co-hosted and co-produced the critically-acclaimed ratings hit The After Show. Levy also wrote, produced and starred in his own Christmas special for MTV, Daniel Levy's Holi-Do's & Don'ts and co-hosted the MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet, the X-Factor pre-show and national coverage of the Vancouver Olympic Games for CTV. In 2013, Levy formed Not A Real Company Productions (with his father Eugene Levy and principals Andrew Barnsley and Fred Levy) to produce Schitt's Creek, a half-hour comedy for CBC/ITV. Levy is the co-creator, executive producer and writer of Schitt's Creek and stars alongside Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Annie Murphy and Chris Elliott. In March 2016, Levy won the Best Writing in a Comedy Series award at the Canadian Screen Awards (CSA) and, as Executive Producer, shared the CSA for Best Comedy. He was also nominated for Lead Actor in a Comedy. Schitt's Creek swept the Canadian Screen Awards, winning nine of a possible 10 categories, including Lead Actress in a Comedy (Catherine O'Hara); Lead Actor in a Comedy (Eugene Levy); Best Direction in a Comedy (Paul Fox); Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy (Chris Elliott); and Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy (Emily Hampshire). Rochelle Adonis: Judge Born in Quebec, Rochelle now runs a cakes and confections business in Perth, Australia. Born in Quebec, Rochelle Adonis moved to Sydney, Australia when she was 10. After training as a pastry chef, she launched her career in London in the 1990s, making cakes for the British and Saudi royal families at an exclusive wedding cake boutique. She later accepted an invitation to work in the pastry kitchen of the world-famous Hotel Sacher in Vienna, then returned to Sydney in 1998 and worked at some of the city's finest establishments. In 2001, Adonis moved to Perth to start a family. She began to build her own business, making wedding cakes and conducting cooking classes. In 2008, she opened her first studio, where she continued to create exquisite celebration cakes and handmade confections. In 2013, she relocated her business to a 100 year-old house that boasts a large dining room, a retail gallery, a private dining room, a dedicated demonstration kitchen for cooking classes, a wedding consultation space and an al fresco area. Adonis supplies cakes and confections to 50 of Western Australia's best restaurants, cafes and fine retail food outlets. Bruno Feldeisen: Judge Bruno began his baking career when he was 14 years-old — as an apprentice at a chocolate shop in France. Bruno Feldeisen was born in the small French town of Clermont-Ferrand. He began his career as an apprentice at one of France's most renowned chocolate shops in Moulin: Les Palets d'Or. He graduated from his apprenticeship with an almost-perfect score. After working as a chocolatier at Hotel de Paris in Monaco, Feldeisen moved to the U.S. in 1988, working in a number of prestigious restaurants in California. In 1994, he became the executive pastry chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York. Feldeisen's culinary journey continued when opened Soléa, an American-French restaurant in San Francisco; he later became a pastry chef instructor at the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts in Vancouver and the executive pastry chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver. Feldeisen was named one of the Top 10 Pastry Chefs in America by Chocolatier Magazine two years in a row and has been nominated twice for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Pastry Chef. His delicious works have appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Gourmet Magazine, Bon Appetit Magazine and New York Magazine. Feldeisen is a passionate and energetic chef, known for crafting unique cooking experiences. He brings brings nearly three decades of culinary experience to his current role as executive chef at The Semiahmoo Resort & Spa. A supporter of the local food movement, he's commitmented to food sustainability and supports ethical farming and fishing. Chef Feldeisen is a committed supporter of AnxietyBC, partnering with the organization to promote awareness for a society where mental health is prioritized and free of stigma and prejudice. He also spearheads fundraising efforts for Growing Veterans, a non-profit farm that empowers military veterans to grow food. He is a super-dad to his wonderful 10 year-old son Sergio. Meet the bakers of The Great Canadian Baking Show http://www.cbc.ca/life/greatcanadianbakingshow/meet-the-bakers-of-the-great-canadian-baking-show-1.4314142 Get to know the 10 amateur bakers who will whip, whisk, ice, and knead their way into our hearts this fall on The Great Canadian Baking Show (premieres Wednesday, Nov. 1 on CBC). Julian D'Entremont (Halifax, N.S.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Julian is a contractor from Halifax who has been baking since he was a child. He learned how to bake from his grandmothers, and now loves baking for his twins. Since he's an avid fan of the outdoors, Julian loves foraging in the wild for ingredients. His favourite thing to bake? Pie! Sabrina Degni (Montreal, Que.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Sabrina loves nothing more than baking for her big Italian family. She was raised making refined Italian pastries, cakes and breads alongside her mother and grandmother, with her specialty being Italian donuts and tiramisu. James Hoyland (Richmond, B.C.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Born in the UK, James discovered baking at the age of 36 while he was living in New Brunswick, trying to get through the long tough east coast winters. He learned to bake from his wife, and was largely tutored by the Internet. Vandana Jain (Regina, Sask.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) A proud Prairie girl, inspired by her East Indian roots, Vandana brings international flair to her baking. She loves fusing East Indian flavours with prairie classics. Linda Longson (High River, Alta.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Linda is a devoted grandmother to eight grandkids; she has lovingly baked every cake for each of their birthdays for the last 20 years — that's 160 cakes if you're counting! An everyday baker, she goes through at least four pounds of butter a week and is constantly pushing herself in the kitchen. Pierre Morin (Cantley, Que.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Pierre is a self-taught baker who learned to bake by working his way through recipe books and mastering the trickiest French pastries. Now retired, Pierre continues to pursue his love of baking, travel and music. Corey Shefman (Toronto) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Corey started baking at a very early age, and learned while watching his mom. He continues to draw inspiration from the traditional Jewish baking his family has passed down. Sinclair Shuit (London, Ont.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) A super-nerd at heart, Sinclair is a meticulous self-taught baker who likes to study, measure, and embrace precision. He loves listening to hip-hop and mash-ups while in the kitchen, and is always keen to improve his baking skills. Jude Somers (Victoria, B.C.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) As an animator, Jude injects whimsy and fun into her baking, especially in the decorating. Being retired allows her lots of time to bake for her husband and 86-year-old mum. Terri Thompson (Sherwood Park, Alta.) (The Great Canadian Baking Show) Terri discovered baking in university. When her fiancé was injured five months before their wedding, her passion grew as she baked for him every day to comfort him and help him through his recovery.
  7. Dance Boss Season 1 Dance Boss is an Australian reality television dance competition on the Seven Network presented by Dannii Minogue. The performers are judged by stage and film performer Adam Garcia, singer and dancer Timomatic, actress and performer Sharni Vinson, the dancers perform to music provided by the resident DJ for the show, Sketch from Australian duo Bombs Away Teams of workers from the same workplace or profession compete to win a cash prize of $100,000. In each show, costumed teams dance-off in staged dance battles which are judged and scored on entertainment factor. The dance crews are whittled down to one winning troupe who is crowned "Dance Boss Australia"
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