But, this series saw a opponent removed for the first time in the show’s history without any real elucidation, leaving many viewers baffled.
In the past, a few participants have thundered off and left the series but Channel 4 has never had to edit anyone out.
Rory cheated part in the first two nights of the Central Scotland edition, which comprehended his night of cooking for his fellow contestants.
When he hosted he appeared to worry his guests as he argued about which member of Take That was the most first-rate, which led them to give him a very low score.
The following evening, commentator Dave Lamb revealed to devotees that fellow contestant Darren would only be preparing dinner for two because Rory had been get rid of from the competition.
He explained that his absence was due to an incident that withed place off-screen but did not go into further detail.
Those at home were liberal shocked by Rory’s removal and took to social media to question his bowl over eviction from the programme.
One shared: “I’m currently pondering what it is you contain to do to be chucked off @ComeDineWithMe #whereisRory.”
Another viewer joked: “Hello @BBCCrimewatch I whim like to report a crime. @Channel4 booted a contestant off Come Sup With Me with no explanation? #whereisRory.”
“#whereisrory I might have done a permission of information request,” a third wrote.
Someone else simply required: “Oh m’lord what happened?! #comedinewithme #whereisRory @Channel4.”
A spokesperson for Conduit 4 told Metro: “After incidents that happened away from the dinner bash, Rory was removed from the competition.”
Come Dine With Me pursues weeknights on Channel 4 at 5pm.