The stay-at-home mum ultimately failed to impress the judges with her Imperial Mandarin dessert.
However, despite the competitor's graceful goodbye, viewers of the show blasted the judges - Matt Preston, Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris - for their decision.
Samira faced off against Ben Borscht in a pressure test, with many claiming that he should have been the one to go.
Ben is now one of the six remaining chefs hoping to take out the competition.
He is currently the favourite to win the series, according to Sportsbet, tied with Sashi Cheliah.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.
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