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Cooking With The Stars 2022 line up of celebrities and how to watch ITV show online

Cooking With The Stars series two cast

Cooking With The Stars: SR2 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Woody Ball, Anne Hegarty, Anton Du Beke, Dame Kelly Holmes, Dr Ranj Singh, Josie Gibson, Maura Higgins and Joe Wilkinson. ©ITV Plc
Cooking With The Stars: SR2 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Woody Ball, Anne Hegarty, Anton Du Beke, Dame Kelly Holmes, Dr Ranj Singh, Josie Gibson, Maura Higgins and Joe Wilkinson. ©ITV Plc

Cooking With The Stars is back on ITV for a second series – here’s all you need to know!

Hosted by Emma Willis and Tom Allen, Cooking With The Stars in partnership with Marks & Spencer is back for 2022.

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It again sees eight celebrities face off against one another in the kitchen, each partnered with an accomplished chef who will mentor, teach and take them from passionate amateur to restaurant level chefs.

Watch Cooking With The Stars on TV and online

Cooking With The Stars’ new series airs on Tuesday nights at 8PM On ITV.

You can also watch episodes online via the ITV Hub. Alongside with the current series, the first full series is available on catch up.

The celebs taking part in the new series include professional dancer and TV personality Anton Du Beke, Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes, This Morning’s Josie Gibson and Chaser Anne Hegerty.

They’re joined by Love Island’s Maura Higgins, TV expert Dr Ranj Singh, comedian Joe Wilkinson and DJ Woody Cook.

There are some old and new faces among the professional chefs appearing in series 2 including British chef and TV presenter Rosemary Shrager, renowned chef and business owner Ronnie Murray, chef director Jack Stein and Korean chef and restaurateur Judy Joo.

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They’ll be joined by Michelin Starred French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli, Scottish chef and restaurateur Tony Singh MBE, author and regular chef on This Morning Clodagh McKenna and restaurateur and TV personality Mike Reid.

ITV share: “Across a series of exciting cooking battles, the celebrities will be trained by their mentor chefs to produce delicious dishes that will be judged by the remaining professionals.

“The bottom two will then have to fight for their place in the competition, creating a dish without any help from their mentor.

“The result of this eliminator will be decided by a blind tasting judgement from the professional chefs.

“Unaware of whose food they are tasting, their greatest supporter could swiftly and unwittingly become their worst critic and vote for their protege to leave the competition.”

Emma Willis said: “The pressure the celebs are under is real and once the competition starts heating up everybody wants to win, but I’m hoping there isn’t as much blood as last series!”

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Tom Allen added: “The celebrities are being trained by some of the best chefs in the business and with the clock ticking it’s always tense to see if they’ll improve their cooking enough each week to measure up to the judges’ high standards.”

Cooking With The Stars airs on ITV and ITV Hub.

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