The young Luca Dazi has emerged as one of the great protagonists of the 11th edition of MasterChef. Despite not looking like one of the most prepared applicants, the 18-year-old tiktoker is showing great ability to save himself on every show.
For weeks, the buzz of a possible favoritism on the part of Thursdays has begun to sound on social networks, for example, because he did not receive any punishment for stealing an ice cream from Marta. In addition, many viewers have been shocked after the judges have exaggeratedly praised Dazi's much simpler elaborations than her peers.
These rumors have been so much that some users on social networks claim that Luca Dazi could be the son of Alberto Dazi, CEO of Ofistrade, one of the main Spanish food import and export companies. To make matters worse, El Corte Inglés, the talent's food supplier, is one of the company's major clients.
Let's remember that Luca confessed in the program that his family is one of the richest in Spain, so it would fit perfectly with the rumor that has been circulating on the networks for a few days now. At the moment, neither the producer of the Shine Iberia contest nor Televisión Española have wanted to clarify the truth or falsehood of this rumor.
Let's remember that MasterChef already experienced a similar situation in a previous edition. The veteran contestant Juana, who won the hearts of the viewers for her good heart, turned out to be the sister of Macarena Rey, the CEO of the space producer.