Kenny, Namawin and David had cooked three courses for judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode in a bid to be crowned winner of MasterChef 2018.
After much deliberation, Gregg and John called the contestants back into the kitchen to reveal who had won the trophy.
But as the trio returned to the kitchen, fans pointed out that the background music was very distracting.
Many also noted that it was inappropriate ahead of the winner reveal.
The music playing in the background was Eva Cassidy’s Fields of Gold.
Taking to Twitter to express their outrage over the soundtrack, one viewer commented: “There’s absolutely NEE need for Eva Cassidy on #masterchef.”
Another added: “Fields of Barley!!! Seriously???? It is a cooking programme ffs #masterchef.”
“Bloody soppy music #masterchefuk #masterchef,” a third shared.
Someone else continued: “#masterchef that song always makes me cry #fieldsofgold.”
A fifth raged: “I don’t want Masterchef but are they SERIOUSLY playing Eva Cassidy’s Fields of Gold as they announce the winner #MasterChef.”
Whilst many fans were in uproar over the Eva Cassidy track, others were simply thrilled to learn Kenny was this year’s winner.
The chef impressed the judges with his three courses, which included a seafood dish and chocolate dessert.
Taking to Twitter to react to the result, one viewer commented: “@kennytutt congrats, cheers and celebrations. Well deserved. Great food. #MasterChef #MasterChefUK #masterchef2018.”
Another continued: “#MasterChef Kennyyyyy Champion from the start!”
“Well done #KennyTutt your food has been amazing!! #MasterChefUK #masterchef @JohnTorode1 @GreggAWallace #Food #foodie,” a third wrote.
Viewers had been fearing Kenny would not make it into the final during yesterday’s semi-final when it appeared he had been “sabotaged”.
While recreating a dish by renowned chef Ashley Palmer-Watts, Kenny forgot a vital ingredient.
The contestant was supposed to include cauliflower in his sherried scallops dish but left it in the oven.
Fans were furious when they noted no one had reminded him of the ingredient still cooking.
MasterChef will be available to catch up on BBC iPlayer.