MasterChef feud that is causing ‘a lot of friction and angst after the cameras stop rolling’

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REVEALED: The MasterChef Australia feuds which are causing ‘friction and angst between the contestants after the cameras stop rolling’By Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:59 EDT, 31 May 2020 | Updated: 02:09 EDT, 1 June 2020 They play nice on camera while battling it out in the kitchen. But according to a new report there is tension brewing between several MasterChef Australia contestants.   A source has told Woman’s Day that the remaining contestants are taking their second shot at winning the show very seriously, and the competitiveness is causing a lot of friction in the group.  ‘It’s not all been hugs and kisses’: They play nice on camera while battling it out in the kitchen. But according to a new report there is tension brewing between several MasterChef Australia contestants. It comes after an awkward embrace between Laura Sharrad (pictured) and Sarah Tiong’None of them imagined they’d be back, so this coveted opportunity has brought with it a lot of friction and angst on the set that nobody predicted,’ the ‘insider’ claimed.The source added: ‘It’s not all been hugs and kisses – when the cameras stopped rolling some contestants were quick to rush back to their apartments and practice their challenges rather than socialise.’Daily Mail Australia has approached Channel 10 for comment.   Very serious: A source has told Woman’s Day that the remaining contestants are taking their second shot at winning the show very seriously, and the competitiveness is causing a lot of friction in the group Awkward: It comes after fans noticed an awkward and frosty interaction between Laura Sharrad and Sarah Tiong during a recent ‘Black Box’ pressure test. Sarah looked visibly upset as she tried to gather herself following the gruelling challenge, which she had difficulty finishing while Laura attempted to comfort her It comes after fans noticed an awkward and frosty interaction between Laura Sharrad and Sarah Tiong during a recent ‘Black Box’ pressure test. Sarah looked visibly upset as she tried to gather herself following the gruelling challenge, which she had difficulty finishing while Laura attempted to comfort her. ‘Come on… what’s wrong? What’s wrong? Did you get everything in? What did you miss? What did you miss? What did you miss?’ Laura probed.  Frosty reception: During the same challenge Laura also approached Sarah Clare and asked her how she did Stressed: She looked visibly frustrated after Laura visited her bench to see what errors she’d made with her ‘Black Box’ dessert After Sarah politely asked for a second to compose herself, Laura – who some fans accused of ‘gloating’ after successfully finishing the challenge – walked off and said: ‘Okay, I’m going to hug everybody else.’ During the same challenge Laura also approached Sarah Clare and asked her how she did. She looked visibly frustrated after Laura visited her bench to see what errors she’d made with her ‘Black Box’ dessert.   What was that? In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, Sarah seemingly called Laura a ‘bh’ under her breath  Friendly: But Sarah insisted this wasn’t the case, telling Daily Mail Australia at the time: ‘It definitely didn’t happen. I’m pretty sure I said “eek”In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, Sarah seemingly called Laura a ‘bh’ under her breath. But Sarah insisted this wasn’t the case, telling Daily Mail Australia at the time: ‘It definitely didn’t happen. I’m pretty sure I said “eek” and it was just that I’d left a [stove] element off – nothing to do with Loz.”Also I don’t use that word as it is only aimed at women – and if you ask anyone I know, I hate it!’ she clarified.   ‘The Poh show’: Meanwhile, fan-favourite Poh Ling Yeow has also found herself at the centre of a feud after one eliminated contestant said audiences ‘want to see less’ of her’ What about the others? Harry Foster told Hit Mid North Coast co-host Jason ‘Bodge’ Bodger: ‘She’s been getting a lot of airtime, which is fantastic for her. But I think people… want to see less of Poh and more of some of the other guys that haven’t featured yet’ Meanwhile, fan-favourite Poh Ling Yeow has also found herself at the centre of a feud after one eliminated contestant said audiences ‘want to see less’ of her’.Harry Foster told Hit Mid North Coast co-host Jason ‘Bodge’ Bodger: ‘She’s been getting a lot of airtime, which is fantastic for her. But I think people… want to see less of Poh and more of some of the other guys that haven’t featured yet.’Hayden Quinn also shared a similar sentiment when he told The Project that Poh had ‘had enough’, before quipping that he was ‘only joking’. MasterChef Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten  Feeling the same? Hayden Quinn also shared a similar sentiment when he told The Project that Poh had ‘had enough’, before quipping that he was ‘only joking’
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