Beccy Stables is doing the unthinkable.
A Sherwood Park tile-setter assistant, Stables moved into the top two in MasterChef Canada after Tuesday (Jun.12) night's episode.
She advanced after perfecting the Pop-Up Restaurant Challenge, a taste test for 30 of Canada's top food bloggers and influencers. Stables delivered a perfectly cooked, plated and prepared dish.
"This is the best thing that's every happened to me," Stables said in the episode. "I'm so glad. It doesn't seem real."
Michael Griffiths was eliminated.
Stables is the youngest competitor ever in the series. The 19-year-old will be competing against Andy Hay from Darmouth, Nova Scotia in the finale. Both chefs will prepare a three-course dinner for the trio of judges.
A $100,000 prize is on the line. The finale is June 19, 8:00 Mountain Time on CTV.

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