Find out who will be crowned 'MasterChef Junior' champion, as Addison and Avery battle it out for the title
Season finale airs Friday, Jan. 29, on FOX
Nine-year-old Addison, from River Forest, Illinois, and 9-year-old Avery from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, have cooked their way to the top and earned the coveted spots in the "MasterChef Junior" season four finale. The two young female finalists will go head-to-head next Friday, Jan. 29 (8 p.m. ET/PT) on FOX, preparing the most important menu of their young lives. Tune in to see which talented home cook will earn the "MasterChef Junior" trophy and a $100,000 prize.
"MasterChef": Contestants Addison (above) and Avery in the "Junior Edition: Head Of The Class" episode that aired Friday, Jan. 22, on FOX. (Photos by Greg Gayne/FOX).
"Amaya and Zac were formidable competitors tonight, cooking some amazing dishes. But in the end, Addison and Avery truly shined, showing what it means to be a 'MasterChef Junior,' " producer and judge Gordon Ramsay said. "It is fantastic to have these two female contestants competing for the 'MasterChef Junior' crown in next week's finale, and it's a tribute to Addison and Avery's parents and teachers, who have helped them on this journey.
"All I can say to them before the finale is Girl Power!"
Watch their journey: