The death of a full goldsmith: the death of a small lump winner days before his eighteenth birthday

Teenage chef and Chopped Junior Fuller Goldsmith award winner dies (Image: Food Network)

Chopper Junior Award winner and teen chef Fuller Goldsmith has died cancer Just days before turning eighteenNS, it was confirmed.

The rising star has battled leukemia five times and passed away this week.

He was first diagnosed with the disease when he was three, and has faced cancer four more times.

Goldsmith is best known for winning Chopped Junior in 2017 when he was just 13 years old, and has also gone on to compete in the Top Chef Junior.

Magical Elves, which produces Top Chef Junior, confirmed the news in a statement saying: ‘We were devastated after hearing about the loss of Top Chef Junior alum, Fuller Goldsmith

He was an amazing chef and the strongest kid we have ever met.

The star was getting ready to celebrate his 18th birthday (Image: Instagram)
Goldsmith has battled cancer five times (Image: Instagram)

From the moment it was introduced to us, we knew it would make an impact on everyone around it and be a positive force in the culinary world. To his family, we give all our love as they mourn the loss of someone truly special. 💜.

Top Chef Junior host Vanessa Lachey commented, “We all loved Fuller so much! He will never forget his infectious smile, laughter, and buttery tricks.

He sent a lot of love to his family. 💔 We will never forget you, Fuller!

Goldsmiths confirmed in February of this year the cancer had returned and said he was “ready to fight”.

Unfortunately, the news about the tumor was not what I had hoped. The same leukemia came backwrote on Instagram. I’ll have 12 days of radiation and then more chemotherapy to make sure it’s gone once and for all. Fifth round – I’m ready to fight!

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