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MasterChef 2018 winner is revealed — find out who won the final challenge

Last night’s Masterchef final was gripping to say the least, as Kenny Tutt, David Crichton and Nawamin Pinpathomrat battled it out.
Choosing a winner felt like an impossible task, but, in the end, Kenny walked away with the title. Congratulations Kenny!

An emotional Kenny dedicated the win to his late father, whom he said had been looking down on him and giving support throughout the competition.

Kenny is MasterChef Champion 2018 #MasterChefUK pic.twitter.com/0opVtTxdl8

— MasterChef UK (@MasterChefUK) April 13, 2018

“I have put my heart and soul into it and it’s been an absolute pleasure,” he said of his time in the competition. “It’s up there with the happiest days of my life!”

Judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode praised Kenny as a “brilliant champion”. “I think Kenny’s journey has been extraordinary,” John said. “He has come a long way.

His food has got more and more refined and his main course was make-my-heart-thump fantastic!” Greg added: “Today we watched Kenny coming of age.

We have just witnessed Kenny having his best round on MasterChef and he saved it for the final. “Kenny turned this competition on its head. What a brilliant champion.”

Viwers were having as hard a time as the judges tying to pick a winner, but when Kenny was crowned he received plenty of support.

Just screamed at the TV, yes Kenny!! ?? #MasterChefUK

— Tori (@torilouiseclare) April 13, 2018

YAYAYAYAY Kenny !!!!! Best result ever #MasterChefUK

— Sarah (@JustSarahxoxo_) April 13, 2018


— Becky 🙂 (@Beckyyy_xo) April 13, 2018

Ahhhhhh I’m so glad Kenny won #MasterChefUK he seemed like such a lovely man

— Ruth Raven (@RuthieR) April 13, 2018

Kenny’s mouth-watering three course final menu was based on his time in the competition. He served up roast scallops, smoked cauliflower, shimeji mushroom and pancetta to start.

Followed by Squab pigeon breast and bon-bon, heritage beetroot, baby turnip, spiced cherries, bread sauce and game jus.

And for desert there was a Bitter chocolate, ale ice-cream, malt tuile and smoked caramel. That’s got to make up for the cauliflower incident, right? MasterChef airs on BBC One. MORE: 17 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT MASTERCHEF

(Via Digital Spy)

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