Oh, Billy! Stop trying to cook eggs.
The MasterChef finalist has spent most of the series scuppering up his chances at putting together a perfect dish by deciding to serve confit yolks with his dishes.
-- MasterChef UK (@MasterChefUK) May 2, 2016
Just think back to those yolks he kept breaking when the contestants cooked at Bluebird restaurant, or those edible eggshells that wouldn't dry when they cooked with Michael O'Hare, or those other broken egg yolks in his disastrous take on shepherd's pie in the semi-final.
With tensions already running high among viewers as the finalists cooked their last meal, Billy made a foolhardy error: he decided to cook eggs.
And no one was in a forgiving mood.
-- Billy London (@SoBillysays) May 6, 2016
Why is Billy doing yet another confit egg yolk? Whyyyy? #MasterchefUK
-- Jane Hill (@janehill64) May 6, 2016
Ruddy Norah, Billy, with the eggs already! #MasterChefUK
-- Richard Coles (@RevRichardColes) May 6, 2016
History has shown us that Billy should not be allowed within in 10 metres of an egg. #MasterChefUK
-- Helen Walmsley-J (@TheVintageYear) May 6, 2016
Billy needed to learn to avoid confit egg yolks. Every time! #MasterChefUK
-- Oliver Bishop (@oliverbishop) May 6, 2016
Didn't Billy's girlfriend say that she can cook an egg? Or can't? They have that in common then. Or not. #MasterChefUK
-- Carolina Brinkman (@carolinabrinkm1) May 6, 2016
Don't worry, you haven't alienated *everyone*, Billy.
That egg's going to be haunting him for a long time. Poor Billy.