CELEBRITY MasterChef viewers denounced the show as a "fraudulent" challenge and a "pathetic attempt to cover it up".
The big names returned toBBC One's cooking show Thursday night for the latest installment of the contest.
But viewers were convinced that four celebrities received "help" with a tricky dish.
Judges Greg Wallace and John Troode ordered celebrities to create a classic dessert called oeufs a la neige, meaning a dessert consisting of meringues floating in creme his angle .
It took Love Island star Faye Winter, ChuckleVision's Paul Chuckle, McFly's Danny Jones, and comedian Keikurd just 20 minutes to cook.
First up was reality star Faye. She admitted that she had never made meringue, but she remembered that she needed to whip the egg whites vigorously.
Before making the custard and caramel, she whipped the meringue to her confidence.
The judge was stunned by her efforts, and Greg told Fay:
John felt that her custard had a "nice" consistency and the meringue was light.
However, viewers did not buy it and assumed that the contestants were instructed in how to prepare the dessert before filming began.
} One wrote:
Another post: "As if anyone but a trained chef knows how to make every part of this dessert. Does Greg know the translation off the top of his head?" Like.”
A third agreed:
Another remark echoed. "Looking at #CelebrityMasterChef. There's no way these celebs could have made this dessert without knowing anything, or at least seeing a picture. They obviously helped."
Unfortunately, comedian Kae was the second-most-eliminated contestant at the Celebrity MasterChef 2022 .
British-Kurdish stand-up Her comic and writer failed to impress the judges with her final dish, advancing to the quarterfinals was not possible.
In the previous episode, Nancy Dell'Olio, a veteran of the show including Strictly , and Celebrity Big Brotherwas the first cook to ever become a chef.