PS: Over the last week we've seen you demonstrate that you're quite an inventive chef. Do you think your dishes were too unconventional for the judges?
Harry: No, I think between all of them, they know what food is and what's unconventional and what modern cooking is meant to be. I am uncomfortable that they know good food. I wasn't worried that they thought it was too unconventional or anything like that, I think it just wasn't what they were looking for and what they were expecting.
PS: You and Hayden were in the bottom two — and you two even had matching outfits. How did that happen?
Harry: Every day we just walked down from our rooms and it just happened that we were dressing exactly the same almost every day. It happened so often, it was kind of funny.
PS: At one point, you made a joke about turning your cap around: "Look, I'm Hayden!" Was there a playful group dynamic on the show?
Harry: Yeah, absolutely. It was all very friendly and it wasn't super competitive. Nobody had it in for anybody else, it was all just really nice and friendly.
PS: Was there anyone that you were excited to meet by going on the show?
Harry: Gordon was an incredible man. He's really passionate and knowledgeable and really inspirational actually.
PS: How did it feel to return to the MasterChef kitchen?
Harry: It was good. Not many people ever get the opportunity to go on MasterChef once, let alone twice. I couldn't have said no to the opportunity, it was just too good to pass up.