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MasterChef judge Melissa Leong reveals the creepy term she’s been called in the past

MasterChef judge Melissa Leong reveals the creepy term she’s been called in the past

She’s known for her vibrant personality on MasterChef Australia.

And while she’s a food journalist by trade, judge Melissa Leong, 39, has revealed the creepy term she’s been called in the past.

In a teaser trailer for Wednesday night’s episode, the remaining cooks are seen scurrying around the MasterChef kitchen. 

That’s different! MasterChef judge Melissa Leong [pictured] has revealed the creepy term she’s been called in the past 

As Melissa informs them they only have a limited amount of time on the clock to complete their dishes, she’s acknowledged with a chorus of ‘Yes Chefs’.

It wasn’t long before she awkwardly reminded them, ‘I’m not a chef.’ 

In between a chuckle, she then cheekily blurted out: ‘Just don’t say “yes mum” which I’ve heard before.’

This comes after Melissa graced the cover of Prevention for their 100th issue.

For the cover shoot, she swapped her signature glamourous looks for a more sporty style as she posed in activewear. 

Chic and sporty! This comes after Melissa graced the cover of Prevention for their 100th issue

Chic and sporty! This comes after Melissa graced the cover of Prevention for their 100th issue

She  looked effortlessly chic as she modelled a vibrant red crop top and matching high-waisted leggings. 

Melissa completed her outfit with an oversized white-and-blue jacket and a series of gold rings. 

The age-defying glamazon wore her brunette locks down in loose waves, and painted her face with a subtle application of foundation, blush and rust-toned lipstick.  

Posting to Instagram on Wednesday, Melissa uploaded a picture of the magazine alongside a gushing caption about how proud she felt to be Prevention’s cover girl. 

Proud: Posting to Instagram on Wednesday, Melissa uploaded a picture of the magazine alongside a gushing caption about how proud she felt to be Prevention's covergirl

Proud: Posting to Instagram on Wednesday, Melissa uploaded a picture of the magazine alongside a gushing caption about how proud she felt to be Prevention’s covergirl

‘Thank you @preventionaus for having me on the cover this month,’ she cooed. 

‘It’s very out of my comfort zone in many ways, but as the ever wise @stylebydeni reminded me: the bigger picture is more important than any self consciousness,’ Melissa said. 

Melissa, who has Chinese-Singaporean heritage, also explained the cultural significance of her Prevention cover. 

Represented: Melissa, who has Chinese-Singaporean heritage, also explained the cultural significance of her Prevention cover, writing: 'Representation matters, and to be an Asian on a magazine cover anywhere in the world right now matters now more than ever'

Represented: Melissa, who has Chinese-Singaporean heritage, also explained the cultural significance of her Prevention cover, writing: ‘Representation matters, and to be an Asian on a magazine cover anywhere in the world right now matters now more than ever’ 

‘Representation matters, and to be an Asian on a magazine cover anywhere in the world right now matters now more than ever,’ she explained. 

She completed her post with the hashtags: #diversitymatters, #stopasianhate, and  #masterchefau. 

MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 10

Back for more: MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 10

Back for more: MasterChef Australia continues Wednesday at 7.30pm on Channel 10

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