Celebrity MasterChef UK

Back this autumn for a novel series, Celebrity MasterChef brings along an enormous mixture of who’s who of the entertainment industry, drama, design, singing, and sport.

The factor all of them have in common is their aim for a trial at changing into Celebrity MasterChef Champion 2019.

Season judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace come back able to have their taste buds challenged, while they wear away the 20 celebrity contestants.

Having been on the air since what seems like forever, the most recent series of Celebrity MasterChef has finally confirmed that four celebrities have created it through to the ultimate week.

After an episode that saw former Gogglebox star Saint Dominic Lever sent home from the competition, that left skilled boxer Dillian White, Olympian Greg Rutherford, Geordie Shore alumni Vicky Pattison and participant Neil Ruddock because the final four left within the 2019 series.

Across this series, we’ve had some unforgettable contestants and moments. Earlier within the week, we tend to see former the sole manner is Essex star Joey Essex deciding to form his own dish throughout the semi-final, that was in all probability the worst time to try to do so.

Unsurprisingly, his ‘stirotto’ didn’t impress John Torode and Gregg Wallace.

Fans conjointly were entertained by EastEnders actor Adam Woodyatt, who is clearly higher called Ian Beale.

Viewers joked that he had an unfair advantage since Ian had run a restaurant, a chip look and eating house over the years on Prince Albert, however sadly for Adam, that did not translate into enough change of state skills for him to advance within the competition.