He’s well-known for his loud fashion choices.
And MasterChef Australia judge Matt Preston jokingly revealed the unusual fashion inspiration behind his eccentric style.
In a series of tweets shared on Sunday, the avid foodie named renowned Batman villain The Joker as one of his ‘fashion icons.’
Fashion inspiration: MasterChef Australia judge Matt Preston jokingly revealed his ‘fashion icon’ to be Batman villain The Joker in a tweet on Monday which showed a photo of the late Hollywood actor Cesar Romero
The exuberant reality TV star, whose outfit choices often include his trademark cravat and colourful suits, posted a picture of the late Hollywood actor Cesar Romero who portrayed The Joker during the 1960s.
‘One of my fashion icons #MasterChefAU,’ he captioned the image.
He followed up the tweets with pictures of more modern day portrayals of the fictional character.
Colourful: The exuberant reality TV star, whose outfit choices often include his trademark cravat and colourful suits, posted a picture of the late Hollywood actor, who played The Joker during the 1960s
Famous faces: The reality star also named the late Heath Ledger for his portrayal as the fictional character in The Dark Knight
The first was of legendary actor Jack Nicholson as well as the late Heat Ledger, who won a posthumous Academy award for his role in The Dark Knight.
‘And the last of them… #MasterchefAU. The Joker – best dressed villain of them all!’ he captioned alongside an image of Ledger.
When a follower asked whether the Channel 10 star was really ‘attempting to channel The Joker,’ he confirmed that his tweets were all in jest.
Flamboyant style: Matt is renowned for wearing his trademark cravat and tailored suits on the Channel 10 cooking game show
‘Just crackin’ a smile…,’ he replied.
Last week, the restaurant critic laughed of criticisms of a bright magenta coloured suit he wore on the popular game show.
One seemingly unimpressed fan compared his loud ensemble to that of Disney’s Governor Ratcliffe in Pocahontas prompting a funny response.
‘I channel how Barney the dinosaur would dress if he ran a Colombian drug cartel,’ Matt tweeted alongside a selfie of his bold look.
Double take: One fan compared his bold ensemble to that of Disney’s Governor Ratcliffe in Pocahontas which he laughed off
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