MasterChef fans show concern as Kishwar debuts bandaid on her THROAT

MasterChef viewers showed concern for contestant Kishwar Chowdhury during Sunday night’s elimination challenge.

The 38-year-old stay-at-home mother drew attention to a large bandaid on the left side of her neck, while she prepared her Bangladesh-inspired beef patty dish.

‘What happened to her neck?’ one shocked fan asked on Twitter.

'What happened to her neck?' MasterChef fans showed concern as Kishwar Chowdhury (pictured) debuted a large bandaid on her THROAT during Sunday's elimination challenge

'What happened to her neck?' MasterChef fans showed concern as Kishwar Chowdhury (pictured) debuted a large bandaid on her THROAT during Sunday's elimination challenge

‘What happened to her neck?’ MasterChef fans showed concern as Kishwar Chowdhury (pictured) debuted a large bandaid on her THROAT during Sunday’s elimination challenge

One supporter also posted online: ‘Excuse me, why does Kishwar have a giant bandaid on her neck?!’ before joking: ‘WHO DO I HAVE TO KILL?’

Others suggested possible reasons for the injury, such as: ‘Did she burn herself on hair straighteners or something??’ 

Kishwar previously hinted at just how tough the competition has become in an Instagram post on Friday.

Oh no! The 38-year-old stay-at-home mother drew attention to a large bandaid on the left side of her neck, while she prepared her Bangladesh-inspired beef patty dish

Oh no! The 38-year-old stay-at-home mother drew attention to a large bandaid on the left side of her neck, while she prepared her Bangladesh-inspired beef patty dish

Oh no! The 38-year-old stay-at-home mother drew attention to a large bandaid on the left side of her neck, while she prepared her Bangladesh-inspired beef patty dish 

Alongside a photo taken of herself on set, sporting the large bandaid, she wrote in the caption: ‘Bit of cut throat competition in the kitchen during Superstars Week!!’

Fans once again voiced concern in the comments section of her post, asking Kishwar how she received the injury.

Meanwhile during Sunday’s elimination challenge, Kishwar revealed just how much Poh Ling Yeow has inspired her cooking.

Concern online: 'What happened to her neck?' shocked fans asked on Twitter

Concern online: 'What happened to her neck?' shocked fans asked on Twitter

Concern online: ‘What happened to her neck?’ shocked fans asked on Twitter 

The episode saw Poh, along with fellow former MasterChef stars Callum Hann and Reynold Poernomo, return to the program.

Contestants were required to present a dish that they feel would be worthy of including on one of their respective restaurant menus.

‘I love Poh. We would watch MasterChef together as a family. And Poh coming back in Back To Win was part of the reason that my son asked me to apply,’ Kishwar said on camera. 

Intense: Kishwar previously hinted at just how tough the competition has become in an Instagram post on Friday

Intense: Kishwar previously hinted at just how tough the competition has become in an Instagram post on Friday

Intense: Kishwar previously hinted at just how tough the competition has become in an Instagram post on Friday 

Online: Alongside a photo taken of herself on set, sporting the large bandaid, she wrote in the caption: 'Bit of cut throat competition in the kitchen during Superstars Week!!'

Online: Alongside a photo taken of herself on set, sporting the large bandaid, she wrote in the caption: 'Bit of cut throat competition in the kitchen during Superstars Week!!'

Online: Alongside a photo taken of herself on set, sporting the large bandaid, she wrote in the caption: ‘Bit of cut throat competition in the kitchen during Superstars Week!!’ 

‘I’m going to put up a pastry which is beef patties, but it’s Bangladeshi beef patties and we have it as street food with a tomato and tamarind chutney.’ 

She continued: ‘Every time Poh cooks something, it’s delicious and it’s amazing. And it is, to me, the best food ever in that kitchen. Poh! You’re my dream come true.’

MasterChef continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Ten  

High pressure: During Sunday's episode, Kishwar hoped to impress former MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow (pictured) with a dish worthy of being included on her market stall

High pressure: During Sunday's episode, Kishwar hoped to impress former MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow (pictured) with a dish worthy of being included on her market stall

High pressure: During Sunday’s episode, Kishwar hoped to impress former MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow (pictured) with a dish worthy of being included on her market stall 

Inspiration: 'Every time Poh cooks something, it's delicious and it's amazing. And it is, to me, the best food ever in that kitchen. Poh! You're my dream come true,' Kishwar said on camera

Inspiration: 'Every time Poh cooks something, it's delicious and it's amazing. And it is, to me, the best food ever in that kitchen. Poh! You're my dream come true,' Kishwar said on camera

Inspiration: ‘Every time Poh cooks something, it’s delicious and it’s amazing. And it is, to me, the best food ever in that kitchen. Poh! You’re my dream come true,’ Kishwar said on camera

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