Eagle-eyed fans have spotted an awkward editing fail in the MasterChef kitchen.
Taking to Twitter, a fan was on the ball during last night’s episode, tweeting: “Did anyone else just pick up on that editing fail? Melissa on two sides of the room at once.”
Indeed it seems they were right, as looking back on footage of the episode, it seems Melissa appears to be both chatting with chef Callum Hann and seconds later standing at the top of the room with the rest of the judges.
When the camera panned over to contestant Reynold, Melissa was seen chatting away in the background with Callum.
However, just seconds later, Mel could first be seen standing at the top of the room beside fellow judges Jock and Andy as Jock shouted out: “Come one! Two minutes to go” at the contestants.
It was certainly a blink and you’ll miss it moment, however it didn’t get past eager MasterChef fans online.
Fans this year have been very outspoken about the show, with contestant Hayden Quinn being slammed yesterday by some who thought online that his dish wasn’t ‘MasterChef material’.
Hayden’s nostalgic take on the violet crumble - bee pollen parfait, honeycomb and violet gel - saw him a little out of his depth, landing him in the bottom two beside Harry Foster.
And while Twitter users may have thought Hayden was about to get the boot, Harry’s lobster tail, pippies, uni sea urchin and pickled calamari, left the judges unimpressed, with Mel claiming there were too many flavours fighting each other.
While Hayden’s flavours complemented each other, fans online slammed the dish and called the season three contestant out for using chips in a previous challenge which saw him saved over eliminated contestant Ben.
Harry got screwed! Hayden first used chips out of a bag last week, and now a chocolate bar as a 'Pressure Test' / 'Wow us!' Dish? That was not even close to Wow! And is definitely not MasterChef material!— Michael Schultz (@SchultzMS) April 28, 2020
“Harry got screwed! Hayden first used chips out of a bag last week, and now a chocolate bar as a 'Pressure Test' / 'Wow us!' Dish? That was not even close to Wow! And is definitely not MasterChef material,” one person wrote.
“After an ok start the new judges are showing weakness and favouritism. I like Hayden but his ice cream was ordinary compared to Harry’s top shelf dish. Losing interest,” another person said.
“Hayden survives with an out of shape violet crumble after edging out Ben with nachos out of a packet. Something fishy going on here,” an irked fan wrote.
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