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Fans rally around Junior MasterChef Australia contestant Tiffany, 14, after panna cotta falls flat

‘Just call it deconstructed!’ Fans rally around Junior MasterChef Australia contestant Tiffany, 14, after she breaks down when her panna cotta falls flat

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Junior MasterChef Australia contestant Tiffany, 14, faced a disaster when her panna cotta fell very flat on Monday’s episode of the show. 

The teen was left in tears over the failed dessert, and fans rallied around her online, with many taking to Twitter to show support. 

One person Tweeted: ‘It’s okay Tiffany- when that happens, you just call it ‘deconstructed”. 

Oops! Junior MasterChef Australia contestant Tiffany, 14, (pictured) faced a disaster when her panna cotta fell very flat on Monday’s episode of the show

Another wrote some soothing words, telling the Queenslander: ‘Big breath Tiffany. It’ll be right.’ 

Yet another viewer chimed in: ‘My heart. Hugs for Tiffany’. 

A sympathetic fan Tweeted: ‘Tiffany- sweetie. It’s still better than anything I would’ve turned out.’

So upset! The teen was left in tears over the failed dessert

So upset! The teen was left in tears over the failed dessert

Not what she planned: The panna cotta resembled more of a sauce than a wobbly delicacy

Not what she planned: The panna cotta resembled more of a sauce than a wobbly delicacy 

During the judging, Tiffany lamented: 'Walking my plate up to the judges with my mum's favourite dish, it's just so heartbreaking that it hasn't worked out'

During the judging, Tiffany lamented: ‘Walking my plate up to the judges with my mum’s favourite dish, it’s just so heartbreaking that it hasn’t worked out’

One more wrote:  ‘Stuff social distancing. Someone needs to give Tiffany a hug. And maybe, just maybe panna cotta puddles might take off’.

Yet another added:  This is the part I wasn’t looking forward to though. I just don’t like when kids put a lot of pressure on themselves. Chin up Tiffany, I’m sure it still tastes great’. 

During the judging, Tiffany lamented: ‘Walking my plate up to the judges with my mum’s favourite dish, it’s just so heartbreaking that it hasn’t worked out.

You did good kid! Fans rallied around her online, with many taking to Twitter to show support

You did good kid! Fans rallied around her online, with many taking to Twitter to show support

‘I’m just hoping so much that all my flavours work and that everything tastes great,’ she said. 

The judges were supportive – suggesting that she call it ‘oops I dropped the panna cotta!’ and said that although the dessert didn’t work out, it still tasted great.   

Melissa told her: ‘I think that you should take the wins from this. And for me, the biggest win is your attitude. 

‘Because things don’t always work out the way we want them to, and what you’ve shown us is that you can brush it off, rise above it and move on, and I think that’s to be extremely highly commended.’ 

Support: The judges were supportive - joking that she call it 'oops I dropped the panna cotta!' and said that although the dessert didn't work out, it still tasted great. Pictured: Melissa Leong

Support: The judges were supportive – joking that she call it ‘oops I dropped the panna cotta!’ and said that although the dessert didn’t work out, it still tasted great. Pictured: Melissa Leong 

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