It has been revealed that the late Judge Masterchef made a series of “secret” recordings before his untimely death last month.
of chef The Australian judge, 46, who was found dead in his Melbourne hotel room at the end of April, has produced his own video series featuring individual high-profile guests on Channel 10’s cooking show. Was.
daily mail Zonfrillo reports that besides filming the reality show, he also welcomed guests into the trailer, documented extensive interviews with guests, and filmed casually with two smartphones.
He reportedly spent three years hoarding content during his time on the show with Melissa Leon and Andy Allen in 2020.
some of the many stars entering the chef The kitchen was lined with British chefs Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, both of whom paid tribute to Zonfrillo. projectA tribute special will air in early May, and will also feature Nigella Lawson and Curtis Stone.
This comes after Zonfrillo’s widow Lauren Freed posted on her husband’s Instagram page to break the silence following his death, even though news of Zonfrillo’s death surfaced hours earlier. It was after chef‘s season 15 debut was scheduled to air.
Lauren, the mother of two of Zonfrillo’s four children, said the Scottish chef has “many projects” in the works and is paying homage to his unfinished work by showing it to the public. asked followers for advice on whether to represent
“Jock and I have worked so hard on his social media that we have to make a decision whether to continue with it or not,” she said.
“He had a lot of projects he was working on and many of them were already done.
“I mean, he has a lot of behind-the-scenes interviews and photos. chef, He has books, fashion products, and spirits aged at the Tassie distillery.
“He has a TV show that he filmed in Italy last year with his family.
“If I’m not really sure what’s right, I’ll post a poll here. You guys just say yes or no. And somehow, if there’s a way forward here, or if we do nothing.” I’m going to settle it.”
Lauren, who was in Rome with her two children, Alfie, 5, and Isla, 2, when Zonfrillo died, thanked her fans for their support after the tragedy.
“It’s been a month since we lost Jock, and I was drawing a line in the sand thinking there was going to be some kind of turning point at one month, but obviously it didn’t happen.” Lauren said.
“I don’t have time to say thank you to everyone. I am just overwhelmed with the messages I’ve received from people all over the world who know or don’t know him.
“I wish he knew how much he was loved and the impact he had on so many people.”