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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

The Coccadotts Cake Shop in Myrtle Beach was busy Monday morning after the store's owners made their second appearance on the Food Network's show Cupcake Wars.

Coccadotts Cake Shop co-owners, Rachel Cocca-Dott and Matthew O'Connor, were invited back to Hollywood for the taping of the eighth season of the hit Food Network show "Cupcake Wars." This is Coccadotts' second time on the popular show. The first appearance was in 2011. The show pits four of the country's top bakers against one another in three elimination rounds until only one cook stands. The winner takes home a $10,000 prize and the opportunity to showcase their cupcakes at the winning event. This year's star-studded gig is a birthday party for "Cupcake Wars" guest judge Tiffani Thiessen, star of White Collar, Beverly Hills 90210 and Saved by the Bell actress.

"We are very grateful for the opportunity to appear on "Cupcake Wars" a second time around," said Rachel Cocca-Dott.

Employees say local viewing parties were packed Sunday night.

The shop placed second in the competition.

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