BBC One Serves Up a Star-Studded Menu for Celebrity MasterChef 2024

Image Credit: BBC / Collage of all the contestants Charlotte Crosby; Chloe Burrows; Christine McGuinness; Craig Doyle; Danielle Harold; Diane Carson; Dominic Skinner; Edith Bowman; Emma Thynn; Eshaan Akbar; Harry Aikines-Aryeetey; Ian ‘H’ Watkins; Jake Quickenden; Jamie MacDonald; Mutya Buena; OJ Borg; Rochenda Sandall; Snoochie Shy; Tamer Hassan and Vito Coppola; Charlotte Crosby; Chloe Burrows; Christine McGuinness; Craig Doyle; Danielle Harold; Diane Carson; Dominic Skinner; Edith Bowman; Emma Thynn; Eshaan Akbar; Harry Aikines-Aryeetey; Ian ‘H’ Watkins; Jake Quickenden; Jamie MacDonald; Mutya Buena; OJ Borg; Rochenda Sandall; Snoochie Shy; Tamer Hassan and Vito Coppola

BBC One is heating up the kitchen this summer with the return of Celebrity MasterChef. The popular cooking competition is back for its 19th series, welcoming a diverse group of 20 celebrities from various industries to showcase their culinary skills.

Presented by John Torode and Gregg Wallace, the six-week series will see the contestants facing intense challenges, with only one emerging as the Celebrity MasterChef Champion 2024.

The full line up contestants is:
Charlotte Crosby, Reality Star and Influencer
Chloe Burrows, Reality Star
Christine McGuinness, Model and TV Personality
Craig Doyle, TV and Radio Presenter
Danielle Harold, Actor
Diane Carson, TV Personality
Dominic Skinner, Make-Up Artist and TV Judge
Edith Bowman, TV and Radio Presenter
Emma Thynn, Model and TV Personality
Eshaan Akbar, Comedian and Actor
Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, Gladiator and Team GB Sprinter
Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Pop Star
Jake Quickenden, Singer, Actor, and Presenter
Jamie MacDonald, Comedian
Mutya Buena, Pop Star
OJ Borg, BBC Radio 2 Presenter
Rochenda Sandall, Actor
Snoochie Shy, TV and Radio Presenter
Tamer Hassan, Actor
Vito Coppola, Professional Dancer and Choreographer

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This series follows the recent 20th-anniversary celebration of MasterChef, which highlighted the show’s impact on British culinary culture and the talented chefs who have graced the iconic kitchen.

The celebrities will be put through their paces with a range of challenging tasks. The first heat episode will introduce the notorious “Under the Cloche” challenge, where contestants must create a dish from scratch. They will also be tasked with creating a two-course dinner party menu and inventing their own Food Truck dish. As the competition progresses, the challenges become even more demanding, with quarters facing critiques from returning champions and finalists.

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The semi-finals and final week will feature exciting new rounds, including a pizza challenge and a culinary journey on the British Pullman Train, leading up to the highly anticipated Chef’s Table.

Image Credit: BBC / Collage of all the contestants.

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