Trenton Garvey named 'Hell's Kitchen' season 20 'Young Guns' winner
On Monday’s finale of “Hell’s Kitchen,” chef Gordon Ramsay announced Trenton Garvey as the winner of season 20.
In the final dinner challenge, Trenton went head-to-head with “Young Guns” contestant Megan Gill to win the crown.
The winning menu that led to Trenton’s victory included:
“MasterChef”: From left: chef/judge Gordon Ramsay, contestant Kelsey, and judges Joe Bastianich and Aarón Sánchez in the “Finale Part 2 Michael Cimarusti” episode on FOX. (Photo: ©2021 FOX MEDIA LLC/CR: FOX)
Indianapolis Physical Therapist Kelsey named ‘MasterChef’ Winner
For the first time in “MasterChef” history, three female home cooks competed in the season 11 finale: Suu (Houston), Autumn (Boston) and Kelsey (Indianapolis). After an unprecedented four-course meal, host/executive producer Gordon Ramsay and fellow judges Aarón Sánchez and Joe Bastianich declared Kelsey the winner.
“Winning ‘MasterChef’ means everything!” she said. “It is a culmination of a lot of hard work, sacrifice and persistence. I am so proud of what I was able to accomplish throughout the season and have a new confidence in myself and my skills as a chef. I plan to hit the ground running and start making waves in the culinary world. I’m working on a few projects with ‘MasterChef’ that I can’t wait to announce soon! So many exciting things to come!”
Kelsey was awarded a $250,000 grand prize, a complete VIKING Kitchen and kitchen tools, and bakeware products from OXO.
“MasterChef Live!” is hitting the road this fall with “MasterChef” 11 Finalist Suu, season 10 Favorite Noah, “MasterChef Junior” season 7 finalist Malia and season 6 fan favorite Mikey. Tickets are available at mastercheflivetour.com.