Celebrity MasterChef 2019's finalists have been revealed - which contestants have made it to the end?
Back this autumn for a brand new series, Celebrity MasterChef brings together a huge mix of who’s who of show business, drama, design, singing, and sport.
The thing they all have in common is their aim for a shot at becoming Celebrity MasterChef Champion 2019.
Seasoned judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace return ready to have their taste buds challenged, whilst they whittle down the twenty celebrity contestants.
Celebrity MasterChef 2019 finalists
In the Celebrity MasterChef 2019 semi-finals four contestants made it through to the final:
Olympic long jumper Greg Rutherford MBE
Reality star Vicky Pattison.
Former professional football player Neil Ruddock
Heavyweight boxer Dillian Whyte - ELIMINATED October 9.
In the semi-final, the four celebs to be eliminated were Goggleboxer Dom Parker, The Chase's Jenny Ryan, former boxing manager and transgender campaigner Kellie Maloney and reality star Joey Essex.
Meanwhile, the celebs on the MasterChef's 2019 cast who were eliminated in the heats included actors Adam Woodyatt and Elizabeth Bourgine, Radio 1 presenter Rickie Haywood-Williams, and comedian Josie Long.
Joining them are legend of Motown Martha Reeves, weatherman Tomasz Schafernaker and superstar DJ and lawyer Judge Jules.
More MasterChef contestants are professional dancer Oti Mabuse, long distance runner and former Marine Andy Grant, icon of design Dame Zandra Rhodes and actor and radio presenter Mim Shaikh
Celebrity MasterChef final spoilers
The final will air in three parts.
In the first part (October 7 at 9PM on BBC One), the celebrities must show their dainty side by each making two different types of canapé in volume. They will then take a trip to the largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife where the celebrities experience ingredients and cooking techniques they have never seen or heard of before as they try to recreate popular and iconic Canarian dishes to serve to the locals.
Guiding them are brothers and restaurateurs Mario and Fabian Torres, whose restaurant on the island has been in the family for three generations.
Their second final week challenge (October 9 at 8PM on BBC One) will be the Chef's Table. This year it will be hosted by MasterChef: The Professionals judge Monica Galetti at her restaurant, Mere.
The three finalists must deliver food of an exceptional standard to impress some of the best chefs in the country, who between them hold five Michelin stars: Daniel Clifford (Midsummer House - two Michelin stars), Lisa Goodwin-Allen (Northcote - one Michelin star), Ollie Dabbous (Hide - one Michelin Star), Jun Tanka (The Ninth – one Michelin star) and Robin Gill (The Dairy and Sorella).
The third and ultimate challenge (October 11 at 8:30PM on BBC One) will see the finalists cook and present a faultless three-course meal for final judgement by John and Gregg.
Celebrity MasterChef final will air on BBC One Monday at 9PM, Wednesday at 8PM and Friday at 8:30PM.
You'll be able to watch on TV via BBC One and online through the BBC iPlayer.
Celebrity MasterChef airs on BBC One.