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MasterChef star becomes villain: ‘they do the same dish every time’

MasterChef star goes villain and lets go of participants for ‘doing the same dish every time’ – but defends Laura Sharrad for making pasta repeatedly

Eliminated MasterChef contestant Chris Badenoch took some last photos of his former co-stars accusing them of being one-trick ponies.

Chris said News.com.au on Monday that the criticism of Laura Sharrad this season for focusing on pasta dishes was unfair, as numerous other chefs have made the same types of dishes over and over again.

“Poor Laura is working on it and I don’t understand. I don’t understand why people decide to choose certain individuals for a particular topic, while others are guilty of the same thing, ”he said.

Going rogue: Eliminated MasterChef contestant Chris Badenoch (pictured) took some last photos of his former co-stars accusing them of being one-trick ponies

Going rogue: Eliminated MasterChef contestant Chris Badenoch (pictured) took some last photos of his former co-stars accusing them of being one-trick ponies

Chris argued the reaction to Laura was ridiculous and said, “She owns a ** king pasta restaurant, of course she’s going to make pasta! She is best at that and if she can, she will. ‘

He then selected two of his former rivals: Reynold Poernomo and Reece Hignell.

“Reece has made a thousand f ** king pies, but he’s not getting hit. Reynold does the same dish literally every time, just a variation on a theme, and he’s not plugged for it, ”said Chris.

She is not alone!  Chris told News.com.au on Monday that criticizing Laura Sharrad (pictured) this season for focusing on pasta dishes was unfair, as many other chefs have made the same types of dishes over and over again

She is not alone!  Chris told News.com.au on Monday that criticizing Laura Sharrad (pictured) this season for focusing on pasta dishes was unfair, as many other chefs have made the same types of dishes over and over again

She is not alone! Chris told News.com.au on Monday that criticizing Laura Sharrad (pictured) this season for focusing on pasta dishes was unfair, as many other chefs have made the same types of dishes over and over again

Good point! “She owns a ** pasta restaurant, of course she’s going to make pasta!” Chris said. Pictured: Laura and her husband, fellow chef Max Sharrad, outside their Italian restaurant, Nido, which opened in Adelaide’s Hyde Park last year

“I don’t know why people care [Laura] a difficult time. “

Laura and her husband, fellow chef Max Sharrad, opened their own Italian restaurant, Nido, in Hyde Park in Adelaide last year.

The couple met in 2015 while working in the kitchen of Jock Zonfrillo’s Orana restaurant. They became engaged in 2017 and tied the knot in the Barossa Valley the following year.

Repeat performance: Chris said Reynold Poernomo (photo) 'literally does the same dish every time, just a variation on a theme'

Repeat performance: Chris said Reynold Poernomo (photo) 'literally does the same dish every time, just a variation on a theme'

Repeat performance: Chris said Reynold Poernomo (photo) ‘literally does the same dish every time, just a variation on a theme’

Au! “Reece made a thousand f ** king pies, but he’s not getting hit,” Chris added. In the photo: Reece Hignell

It comes second after season one Poh Ling Yeow was eliminated from MasterChef: Back to Win on Sunday night’s episode.

Her departure was emotional for everyone on the set, and judge Melissa Leong was on the verge of tears when she described Poh “a national treasure” and praised her for giving “all her heart, soul and dedication” to the competition.

MasterChef continues on channel 10 on Monday at 7:30 PM

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