My Kitchen Rules: Channel Seven is on the hunt for new contestants for 2023 season

Channel Seven is still on the hunt for contestants for the new season of My Kitchen Rules – after casting began in September

Channel Seven is still searching for contestants for the next season of My Kitchen Rules after casting began last September.

The show’s official Instagram page shared a casting call message on Tuesday.

According to the online audition form, fans keen to test out their culinary skills must be over the age of 18 and apply in teams of two.

Channel Seven is still searching for contestants for the next season of My Kitchen Rules after casting began last September. Pictured: MKR 2022 judges Manu Feildel and Nigella Lawson

Channel Seven is still searching for contestants for the next season of My Kitchen Rules after casting began last September. Pictured: MKR 2022 judges Manu Feildel and Nigella Lawson

Applicants also must have a pre-existing relationship as friends, partners, or relatives.

‘If you love cooking, entertaining, fun and adventure, then MKR is the place for you,’ the application says.

‘The search is now on for all new teams to take part in the experience of a lifetime.’

Producers have suggested to MKR stars-of-the-future that they include an audition video of their team with the application.

MKR returned in 2022 after a two-year hiatus to underwhelming ratings despite the presence of celebrity cook, Nigella Lawson as a guest judge, who left the show mid-season. Pictured: The casting announcement for MKR 2023 as seen on the show's official Instagram

MKR returned in 2022 after a two-year hiatus to underwhelming ratings despite the presence of celebrity cook, Nigella Lawson as a guest judge, who left the show mid-season. Pictured: The casting announcement for MKR 2023 as seen on the show’s official Instagram 

MKR returned in 2022 after a two-year hiatus to underwhelming ratings despite the presence of celebrity cook, Nigella Lawson as a guest judge.

Nigella replaced disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans, who was axed from the Seven network in 2020 amid the show’s falling ratings and a number of public scandals for Pete. 

Before its premiere celebrity chef Manu Feildel promised fans that MKR would be a much sweeter show than its last few seasons.

The finale last August was a ratings hit, with 643,000 fans tuning in to watch contestants Janelle and Monzir (pictured) pocket the $100,000 prize money and walk away season winners

The finale last August was a ratings hit, with 643,000 fans tuning in to watch contestants Janelle and Monzir (pictured) pocket the $100,000 prize money and walk away season winners

For most of its history, MKR was known for the infighting among the contestants, and no season would be complete without a handful of ‘villains’.

But the French bon vivant, 47, told TV Tonight the show was going ‘back to basics’ in 2022 in order to deliver a more family-friendly product

Meanwhile, the finale last August was a ratings hit, with 643,000 fans tuning in to watch contestants Janelle and Monzir pocket the $100,000 prize money and walk away season winners.

MKR is set to return with fan favourite Manu as a judge

MKR is set to return with fan favourite Manu as a judge

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