Masterchef: Professional fans praise Santosh as ‘People’s Champion’ after a tough ending

Masterchef: Professional fans praise Santosh as 'People's Champion' after a tough ending

Fans were heartbroken for Santosh and crowned him their champion (Photo: BBC)

Masterchef: Professionals expect Santosh Shah to lose the title to the winner in tonight’s final – so the spectators have given him the title of ‘People’s Champion’.

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At the culmination of the cooking program, Santosh competed against his opponents Alex and Bart – 25-year-old Alex won the house.

For their final assignment, the trio were given three hours and 15 minutes to create their final three-course menu for Judge Greg Wallace, Marcus Waring and Monica Galti.

Creating a series of dishes inspired by its Nepali roots, with buffalo it comes a little harder, and while delicious, is sometimes a little too strong.

This ultimately meant that he fell short of the final hurdle – and the audience was happy for him, but the judges agreed it was a difficult, but true, invitation.

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Alex beats Santosh and Bill in the final round (Photo: BBC)
After missing the victory, viewers called him ‘People’s Champion’ (Photo: BBC)

Instead, they got together and decided to give him their new title.

Santosh was therefore declared the ‘People’s Champion’ by Masterchef: Professional viewers who were quick to share the chef’s love online and wished him well.

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Although Santosh did not win, the audience was still happy to see Alex at the top.

The 25-year-old Essex Lad is the fourteenth winner of the series, and now wants to open his own restaurant.

‘I want to enjoy that moment and make the most of all the opportunities that can be had here. I have a lot of ideas for a book and I really enjoyed the experience of being in front of the camera so I would like to see the possibilities to do more about it, ‘he said.

‘I will continue to work in the restaurant I do now, and I would like to learn and advance myself. Then, hopefully, one day I’ll be able to achieve my dream of owning a restaurant. ‘

Masterchef: Professionals are now available on BBC iPlayer.

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