Love Match Made at Worst Cooks in America Boot Camp

by in Shows, March 19th, 2013

On this season of Worst Cooks in America, there were two competitions taking place: the one all of the recruits faced as they tried to become the best of the worst in the kitchen, and another that was Carla‘s alone, the one to win Chef Bobby Flay‘s love once and for all.

Week after week, fans watched as Carla strutted her stuff for Bobby, adding heart-shaped honey designs to her plate, making gelato and a burger with some of Bobby’s favorite flavors, and unabashedly flirting with him, all to prove to her Blue Team mentor that she’s the only girl for him. Surely not shy about her feelings, she was shameless in her romantic attempts, and even though he’s married, Bobby couldn’t help but offer her a few friendly hugs in return.

“The secret that I’m going to use is that I’m in love with Bobby Flay,” she said confidently during the premiere episode of her plan to dominate the challenges. Although her strategy may have been successful for five weeks of Boot Camp, it was ultimately too good to be true, and on Sunday, she was asked to turn in her apron. After learning that she’d be leaving the competition — and her culinary crush — only two weeks before the finale, she was heartbroken, claiming this to be “another breakup,” but she couldn’t leave without telling him, “I still love you, Bobby Flay.”

Want to relive Carla and Bobby’s top moments together during Boot Camp? Click the play button on the video above to watch an adorably comical clip of their well-meaning relationship.

Tune in to Worst Cooks in America on Sunday, March 24 at 9pm/8c to watch as the final four recruits compete for a spot in the finale.

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Comments (21)

  1. Judi says:

    I was glad to see Carla go last week. Thank you Bobby! Her behavior was the worst!

  2. Linn says:

    Carla brought some LIFE! to the show and made some of the same cooking mistakes we all do. (smile) Cooking can be FUN and EDUCATIONAL, Chef Flay's witticisms can be quite cold and smarmy whether he intends them that way or not. Some of the looks Carla got out of him humanized him in a nice way for me. Before this I had never enjoyed any show he was on. Now he gets a second chance.

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