Celebrity MasterChef is set to whittle down its remaining three celebrities in this week’s heat to two in tonight’s second quarter-final.
In its 16th season, this enduring cooking competition – with an added dash of celebrity – has already aired its first quarter-final as it put its initial batch of famous contestants through their paces in the kitchen.
Now in the second heat of competitors, three different celebrities have their aprons on and knives sharpened, ready to battle their way through to earn a coveted place in the Celebrity MasterChef semi-final.
Who is taking part in Celebrity MasterChef tonight?
From an initial field of model and TV presenter (and part-time copper) Penny Lancaster, Towie star Megan McKenna, TV host Melanie Sykes, Great British Sewing Bee judge Patrick Grant and Britain’s Got Talent comedian Nabil Abdulrashid, it is the girls that have survived so Penny, Megan and Melanie remain in with a shot of progressing further in the competition.
Tonight’s quarter-final sees these three remaining celebrities tasked with preparing a two-course meal that will not only be judged by John and Gregg, but also served up to 2011 series champion Phil Vickery, 2008 finalist Andi Peters and 2020 Christmas champion Craig Revel Horwood.
When is Celebrity MasterChef on?
Celebrity MasterChef currently airs two episodes each week on Monday and Tuesday nights at 9pm, with this week’s quarter-final half-hour episode airing in addition on Friday.
Celebrity MasterChef continues next week with another batch of celebrities entering the iconic kitchen to see if they can handle the pressure.
In the third heat, viewers will see Katie Price, Dion Dublin, Joe Swash, Will Kirk and Melissa Johns step up to the plate.
Celebrity MasterChef continues tonight at 9pm on BBC One.
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