CELEBRITY MASTERCHEF is coming to your screens very soon.
But who's taking part this year? Find out everything you need to know about the upcoming series below…
Who’s in the Celebrity MasterChef 2019 line-up?
This year's Celebrity MasterChef features an all-star cast.
Here's which celebs will be dishing up to impress the judges:
- Adam Woodyatt
- Dr.Alex George
- Andy Grant
- Dillian Whyte
- Dom Parker
- Elizabeth Bourgine
- Greg Rutherford
- Jenny Ryan
- Joey Essex
- Josie Long
- Judge Jules
- Kellie Maloney
- Martha Reeves
- Mim Shaikh
- Neil Ruddock
- Oti Mabuse
- Rickie Haywood-Williams
- Tomasz Schafernaker
- Zandra Rhodes
- Vicky Pattison
When does Celebrity MasterChef 2019 start?
The exact start date of Celebrity MasterChef is yet to be confirmed by the Beeb.
However we do know that it is due to come to our screens this summer.
And based on the previous series which kicked off on Thursday August 23, 2018, we can assume that this series will start around that time too.
So we still have a little time to wait yet.
Who is judging MasterChef 2019?
As usual John Torode and Gregg Wallace will be having their tastebuds tantalised by the celeb hopefuls.
The long-standing judges will be dishing up their opinions on the creations – and no doubt they'll be serving up a healthy dose of criticism.
Fan-favourites John and Gregg have been at the helm of both MasterChef and its celebrity counterpart since 2005.
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Who won Celebrity Masterchef 2018?
Former EastEnders actor John Partridge, reality TV star Spencer Matthewsand former rugby player Martin Bayfield made it all the way to the finals.
They overcame two challenges, impressing five top chefs and wowing the acclaimed judges of the show with a three-course meal.
After a close battle, it was John who took the winning title.
Gregg called the actor a "brilliant winner", while John added "He cooks the food from his heart and makes us smile."
John called the show the "Greatest experience of my life," adding: "I thought it was going to be about cooking and food, but it's so much more than that."
The first star to get booted off was The One Show's Michelle Ackerley, after her fish pie failed to meet the judges' standards.
Paralympian Stef Reid fell at the final hurdle as she faced her elimination after her pannacotta was branded "nasty" by a restaurant critic, leaving the three men to battle it out in the final.
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