MasterChef judges Melissa Leong, Andy Allen Jock Zonfrillo reveal their go-to snacks when they aren't filming - and the food they WON'T eat
MasterChef Australia judges Melissa Leong, Andy Allen Jock Zonfrillo eat all sorts of food when they're taking part in the cooking show. However when they are off camera, all three have go-to favourite snacks - and some things they would rather not eat. Melissa tells The Herald Sun that the trio are partial to the toasted sandwich known as a jaffle.
Police are reporting a possible sighting of a missing Ilkeston woman in Nottinghamshire Derbyshire Police need more help to trace Melissa Jones who may have been seen in Awsworth. The 41-year-old went missing from her home on Monday, June 7. The force believe she may have been seen walking along Awsworth Lan, just before 2.40pm, on Monday, June 14.
A British woman has described beating a crocodile on its snout while it grabbed her other hand as she fought to save her twin sister from the reptile. Georgia Laurie, 28, said she feared her sister, Melissa, was dead when she saw the crocodile drag her underwater after they went for a swim in a lagoon in Mexico.
Former Married At First Sight star Melissa Lucarelli, 40, shows off her incredibly youthful complexion and taut visage in a glamorous selfie
Melissa Lucarelli showed off her ageless beauty in a glamorous photo posted to Instagram on Thursday. In the photo, the 40-year-old Married At First Sight alum flaunted her smooth, glowing complexion. Wearing a pink shirt dress and emerald green heels, Melissa sat perched on the edge of a white outdoor couch.
EXCLUSIVE: 'She's got some interesting bite marks!' Parents of British backpacker half drowned by crocodile in Mexican lagoon tell of her slow recovery as they visit her in hospital for the first time
Sean and Sue Laurie arrived in Mexico on Tuesday to visit their two daughters Melissa was attacked by a crocodile on June 6 while swimming in a lagoon Twin sister Georgia got hand injury while rescuing her from the terrifying attack Sean said his daughter is 'improving well' and 'shuffling about' the hospital in Puerto Escondido, where she is being treated
EXCLUSIVE: Georgia Laurie gets a motorcycle ride to visit recovering sister she saved from horrific crocodile attack in Mexico, as friends say the hospitalized twin will be released within the week
Melissa Laurie, 28, was mauled by a crocodile while swimming in a lagoon in Mexico on June 6 Her twin sister Georgia Laurie fought the reptile off by hitting it and saved Melissa's life Georgia is seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos hopping on the back of a motorcycle with a shirtless man to visit her sister at Hospital Angel Del Mar
British twins who survived a killer crocodile attack in Mexico have been pictured in hospital for the first time as they spoke of their fears they would die in the horrific ordeal. Melissa and Georgia Laurie, 28, were told it was safe to swim in a lagoon before being attacked by the predator which returned three times to drag Melissa underwater.
Melissa Laurie, 28, was attacked by a crocodile while swimming with her twin Georgia in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. The pair have been pictured smiling for the first time since the attack left Melissa in a medically induced coma. A pair of British twins have been pictured smiling for the first time since an aggressive crocodile attack left one of them fighting for her life in a coma.
Mother and daughter hoarders are embarrassed when professional cleaners tidy their home for the second time in 10 years and find mice droppings in one of their bedrooms
Judy and Melissa, from Rochester, Kent, are a mother-daughter hoarding duo Enlisted help of Declutter Divas to clear their three bedroom bungalow of junk Judy was mortified to find there were mice droppings on her bedroom floor A mother and daughter with a shared hoarding habit are left horrified when they discover their home has been overrun by mice.
British backpacker Georgia Laurie, 28, fought off the rampaging crocodile three times after it went for her sister Melissa during a trip to a breeding site in Mexico Twins who diced with death with an enormous crocodile have been pictured for the first time since the terrifying incident.
The British woman who saved her twin sister from a crocodile attack in Mexico has described how she punched the animal on its nose as it tried to death roll her. Georgia Laurie recounted the moment she realised her sister had not swum to safety and the animal "took her under", in Manialtepec Lagoon on 6 June.
A BRIT who bravely fought off a croc three times in a Mexican river to save her twin sister recounted the moment she thought she was dead. Georgia Laurie, 28, said she feared for the worst when friend spotted her sister Melissa floating face-down in the water.
Georgia Laurie details what happened when her sister Melissa was attacked by a crocodile in Mexico A British woman who saved her twin from a vicious crocodile attack by punching it in the nose has described the horrifying moment she thought her sister was dead. Georgia Laurie, from Berkshire, was swimming with her twin Melissa and two other friends in Manialtepec Lagoon, Mexico, when a crocodile attacked Melissa and dragged her underwater.
Georgia Laurie spoke about the horrific ordeal that happened in Mexico Georgia Laurie has spoken about what happened to her sister, Melissa, after she was attacked by a crocodile in Mexico last week. The terrifying crocodile proceeded to drag her under the water as well as perform a death roll before Melissa was pulled to safety.
British backpacker Georgia Laurie appeared on Monday's This Morning live from Mexico to speak about the terrifying ordeal which saw her save her sibling's life A woman has revealed that her twin sister was 'coughing up blood and bile' after being attacked by a crocodile. British backpacker Georgia Laurie appeared on Monday's This Morning live from Mexico to speak to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about the terrifying ordeal which saw her save her sibling's life.
Melissa Laurie was dragged under the water by a crocodile as she swam in a lagoon with her sister Georgia, near Puerto Escondido in Mexico A friend of a woman savaged by a crocodile has spoken of the horrifying attack and how the group were told there were no crocs in the water.
BRIT twins who battled a crocodile on a dream trip to Mexico won't end their holiday early - despite the nightmare attack. Courageous Georgia Laurie fought off the whopping croc after it grabbed her sister Melissa by the leg and dragged her into a death roll. But despite their ordeal - which left Melissa in a coma - Georgia says they're determined to finish their trip.