MasterChef Australia host Melissa Leong has received her booster shot.
Posting to her Instagram on Tuesday, the 40-year-old celebrated getting her third vaccination against Covid-19 with a series of snaps.
‘BOOSTED, BABY,’ she wrote alongside the gallery of images.
In one image, Melissa cheekily winked while donning a blue and white face mask.
While the TV star’s main intention was to stay protected against the virus, Melissa also basked in her beautiful surroundings by sharing additional images from inside Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building.
‘When your vax centre issued mask almost matches your outfit, and the interiors are fire. Walk in lines here are short and drama free. Get it done,’ she added.
Melissa’s post comes after the hit cooking show suffered a coronavirus scare in May last year.
At the time, Melissa revealed that contestant Brent Draper was forced to forfeit the show’s pressure test after he was ‘exposed to a COVID hot spot’.
‘As a result, he has to quarantine until he returns for Sunday’s elimination. That means he will avoid tomorrow’s pressure test,’ she said of the 31-year-old hopeful.
‘We’ve all agreed that to make it fair for everyone, Brent must compete in next week’s pressure test, no matter what. And if he survives that, he will continue on in the competition as usual.’
Continuing to address the show’s stunned contestants, she added solemnly: ‘What strange times we live in.’
Melissa is a judge on MasterChef Australia, she joined in 2019, alongside Jock Zonfrillo and Andy Allen.
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