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MasterChef Australia viewers claim they have discovered elimination formula

Did you spot it? MasterChef viewers say they’ve discovered the telltale ‘signs’ contestants will win a coveted apron on the show

MasterChef Australia viewers are usually glued to challenges while the high-pressure cook-offs are airing on Channel Ten. 

And now super-sleuth fans have revealed they have discovered the telltale signs which amateur chef will make it through to the next round.  

Eagle-eyed viewers are convinced if a contestant’s backstory is shown in detail, they will remain on the show – and they took to Twitter to share their opinions. 

Aaron here as a child shown on the show

Truth? MasterChef Australia viewers have claimed they have discovered the telltale ‘signs’ cooking contestants will win an ‘apron’ before scenes aired during Tuesday night’s episode. (R) Aaron pictured during childhood

‘You know when they get a whole backstory they getting in and that truth is stressful,’ one viewer wrote. 

However, another fan believes it’s all down to the amount of ‘screen time’ given to individual contestants.

‘I’m just going to assume anyone who has less than 30 seconds screen time is getting eliminated tonight,’ they wrote.  

Aaron Sanders, 34, was one of the contestants on the night whose childhood was featured on the show – which allayed many of his fan’s fears.  

Formula: Viewers appeared to work out the formula for who gets in on the show

Formula: Viewers appeared to work out the formula for who gets in on the show 

‘Kid photo – yeah Aaron is in right?’ commented another armchair sleuth. 

The MasterChef kitchen was filled with tense scenes on Tuesday’s episode.

The remaining contestants vying for a place in the Top 24 could choose either 90 minutes and a ‘small pantry’ or 45 minutes with a ‘big pantry’ for the cook. 

The backstories shown on the episode included Melbourne restaurant manager, Conor Curran along with recent law graduate Elise.

Plant daddy: Conor Curran and his love of his plants was featured heavily as a backstory

Plant daddy: Conor Curran and his love of his plants was featured heavily as a backstory

 Plant daddy: Conor Curran and his love of his plants was featured heavily as a backstory

She's in: Recent law graduate Elise was also seen with her grandmother during a segment on the show with the pair discussing their love of food

She’s in: Recent law graduate Elise was also seen with her grandmother during a segment on the show with the pair discussing their love of food

Katrina also shared her Indonesian background with a photo of her grandmother. 

The final five to get ‘Aprons’ were Conor Curran, Elise, Katrina Dunnett, Aaron Sanders and Wynona Davies. 

MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten

Time to cook! MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. Pictured: Katrina Dunnett on the show

Time to cook! MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. Pictured: Katrina Dunnett on the show

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