In this article, we'll take a look at what happened to chef-testant Drew Tingley on the current season of 'Hell's Kitchen.' The reality cooking show is currently in its fifth week, with the final six chef-testants fighting for a position as Gordon Ramsay's head chef at his new restaurant in Lake Tahoe. Before joining the cast of 'Hell's Kitchen,' Drew was a line cook at Ard's Farm in Lewisburg, Ohio. He tells the Daily Item that his bosses were supportive of his decision to compete on 'Hell's Kitchen,' and that they allowed him to take time off for the show.
During this week's episode, the chefs were tasked with creating elevated spins on Mexican classics, including tacos, tostadas and enchiladas. During the challenge, Ramsay's friend Aaron Sanchez served as the week's special guest judge. After dinner service, it was announced that one of the chefs would be going home. But who?
While Fabiola and Jordan were nominated by the red team, Ramsay disagreed with their choices and called in Lauren and Nikki instead. In the end, Fabiola and Jordan were eliminated from the competition.
The chefs returned to the hotel for a new round of challenges, and it was clear that this group was not taking things lightly. The first individual challenge involved making a seafood stew that was then compared to a version made by another chef. Despite some impressive dishes, there were also some major mistakes. This is when things really started to go sideways.