Show Your Team Allegiance — Worst Cooks in America, Season 5 Fan Vote

by in Shows, March 19th, 2014

Bobby and AnneWhen Season 5 of Worst Cooks in America began, 14 culinary klutzes entered Boot Camp; each contestant had the hope of making it to the end, to win $25,000 and at the same time gain bragging rights for their mentor Anne or Bobby. The finale is less than one week away. Two recruits have risen to the top, proving that it is possible to start at the bottom and work one’s way up. Through countless Skill Drills and Main Dish challenges, they’ve shown resilience to nearly anything Chefs Anne and Bobby could throw at them, from milking cows for making fresh mozzarella to tackling very much alive lobsters. Now it’s time for you, the fans, to show support for your favorite team.

Vote for your favorite team below, then tell us in the comments: What has been your favorite moment of Season 5 so far?

Find out who beats Boot Camp by watching the finale of Worst Cooks in America on Monday, March 31 at 9|8c.

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Comments (51)

  1. Pat says:

    Why would foodnetwork air Worst Cooks in America on Mondays instead of Sundays opposite Dancing With The Stars? I was truly disappointed that they were on different channels at the same time. I love both of these shows and went crazy trying to view them both.

  2. inesluve says:

    I really don't care for shows like this, with so many hungry kids in this world why make a show that's going to burn and or waste so much food that they have to be thrown out. What happen with the good old cooking shows where real cooks taught us to do things right and not waste food.

  3. Sandy Olio says:

    We watched the Season 5 Premiere Show, it was the 1st time we ever watched the show! My husband who never watches this type of show was laughing his sides off when David Rosenberg was on screen, I too laughed at his comments and his Teddy Bear Meatloaf. All he needs is some guidance on seasonings. My grandkids would have loved that imaginative meatloaf. I am not a”Worst Cook” I invent my own recipies and have since I was 16, I see a lot of potential in David’s creative ways,
    I hope he makes it all the way!

  4. Sandy Olio says:

    How about an audience recipe contest and your contestants have to duplicate the same dish or dishes?

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