Next week's episode of the FOX cooking contest will feature Kozior and other former contestants as they compete to get back on the show.
"THAT'S RIGHT AMIGOS, IM COMIN FOR YA!" Kozior tweeted Thursday morning.
She had made it into the show's final eight before getting knocked out of the running on the July 24 episode.
Kozior, a 2008 Central Bucks graduate and vegetarian, had managed to impress the judges and her fellow competitors with both her meat and non-meat dishes.
Kozior, a theater assistant, said she auditioned on a whim after encouragement from friends. “I took a big chance,” she told Patch in an interview in June.
Auditions were held in New York in November. More than 30,000 others joined her in the nationwide auditions.
She was selected as one of the top 100 cooks and auditioned in front of the celebrity judges. Just 19 out of those 100 finalists made it through to be featured on the show, which was taped in Los Angeles.The winner of MasterChef gets their own cookbook, $250,000, and—as the show's judges say, "most importantly"—the title of "Master Chef."