“I will not remember plant daddy!” MasterChef viewers go crazy for Melbourne foodie Conor Curran as he wows fans with his ‘charmingly chaotic’ kitchen style
Melbourne foodie Conor Curran turned out to be a breakout star on the final season of MasterChef on Tuesday night’s episode.
The wayward 27-year-old had to cook for the second time to get an apron and get a spot in the Top 24.
Twitter was quickly a burst of praise for the queer chef, who called himself a “ plant daddy, ” while showing off his calm approach in the kitchen.
Star! MasterChef viewers raved about charming Conor Curran, 27, (pictured) as he wowed fans with his fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants approach in the kitchen on Tuesday night
“Conor is too charmingly chaotic not to get an apron,” one viewer wrote of the Melbourne restaurant manager.
‘I love Conor and you can see everyone on set does too,’ added another fan.
Yet another fan wrote about her disappointment when he didn’t get an apron.
Fan Favorite: Fans seemed smitten with the 27-year-old from Melbourne
“If that last apron went to anyone other than Conor tables being turned – I won’t be denied plant dad.”
Another said, ‘Let’s go Conor! We gays NEED a whole season of sweet little complementary earrings with Mel. ‘
On his Instagram, Conor mentions in his bio: ‘Vino – Queer – Müllet – (super) Foodie.’
Loud: ‘My personality. I don’t even know, ”he said beaming. ‘I would say my friends say I am loyal and honest and I would say very enthusiastic is a nice way to put it,’ he said
Conor proved to be a hit during the introductions, showing a playful side in a piece-to-camera for the show.
‘My personality. I don’t even know, ”he said beaming.
“I would say my friends say I am loyal and honest and I would say I am really excited, that’s a nice way to put it,” he said.
Quirky: During the short clip, he revealed that he names all of his plants. ‘I love my plants so much. I absolutely love my plants, ”he added. He said he had “therapy” chats with them
“I’m sure other people think he’s a little bit too much, but I think I’m the perfect amount.”
During the short clip, he revealed that he names all of his plants: ‘I love my plants so much. I absolutely love my plants, ”he said.
He then turned his attention to why he joined the show.
Passion: “I love food so much,” he began. ‘When I’m not cooking, I think about cooking’
“I love food so much,” he said. “When I’m not cooking, I think about cooking.”
‘I am quite adventurous as a person and I can express that in the dishes I make. That is very exciting to do with food. ‘
MasterChef Australia continues on Channel Ten on Wednesday at 7.30pm
Participate to win! MasterChef Australia continues on Channel Ten on Wednesday at 7.30pm