Fans were furious when Melissa Johns was eliminated from Celebrity MasterChef last night
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Celebrity MasterChef: Melissa Johns eliminated as viewers divided

We're sorry to see Melissa go

Celebrity MasterChef fans fumed after Melissa Johns became eliminated from last night’s show (Tuesday August 24).

Things looked to be going well for the former Coronation Street star, 31, but it all unravelled very quickly.

Melissa Johns cooks on Celebrity MasterChef
Melissa in the Celebrity MasterChef kitchen (Credit: BBC)

Melissa Johns eliminated from Celebrity MasterChef

After losing Will Kirk in Monday night’s episode, it was Katie Price, Dion Dublin, Melissa and Joe Swash left to do battle in the kitchen.

They faced a knowledge and a skills test last night.

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In the opening test, the cooks had to rustle up a corn fritter with a poached egg and smashed avocado.

While she didn’t quite get the egg right, it wasn’t a complete disaster.

Melissa Johns looks surprised on Celebrity MasterChef
Melissa did well in the kitchen last night (Credit: BBC)

Melissa smashed the guest chef challenge

Next, star chef Sabrina Gidda asked the contestants to cook one of her favourite recipes.

Melissa had to make a dessert – hot chocolate mousse with cardamom custard gelato and cardamom and pistachio strudel.

And she smashed it, with Sabrina saying the ice cream was as good as anything that would come out of her own kitchen.

However, a final round consisting of chicken curry didn’t go down well.

And soon, Melissa was on her way.

What did viewers say after Melissa’s elimination?

One viewer fumed on Twitter: “Melissa was robbed. Jon and [Gregg], give up, [you’re] wrong again #CelebrityMasterChef.”

Another added: “Sorry that’s a joke #CelebrityMasterChef.

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“Why bother having other rounds over the hour then kick out someone solely on the final dish? Totally wrong decision.”

A third said: “Melissa was robbed. John and Gregg, give up, you’re wrong again.”

Another added: “Melissa was robbed.”

However, others think it was the right decision as one said: “Melissa really screwed up there. She was doing so well.”

Another tweeted: “There is a long history of it being judged on the last dish (usually their own menu), and that being the case Melissa performed worst.”

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