Celebrity MasterChef 2023 is back this evening for its final episode as the winner is crowned.
This summer has seen an all-star line-up of comedy legends, award-winning musicians, presenters, entertainers and stars of screen and stage battling it out for the coveted Celebrity MasterChef 2023 trophy.
Following a series of heats, a week of semi-finals and two final rounds, just three celebrities remain.
They now have one final chance to impress John Torode and Gregg Wallace before the winner is named at the end of Friday’s episode.
Who are the Celebrity MasterChef 2023 finalists?
The celebs in the grand final tonight are Love Island star Luca Bish, actress Amy Walsh and broadcaster Wynne Evans.
With just one challenge separating the final three from the coveted trophy, the competition is at its peak.
The finalists are now tasked with preparing and presenting a flawless three-course meal in a tight two-hour timeframe, all under the watchful eyes of judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
This represents their final opportunity to demonstrate their culinary prowess, showcasing unwavering passion and creativity through their dishes. Among this year’s exceptional finalists, who will emerge as the worthy recipient of a place in the Celebrity MasterChef hall of fame?
Only one can be crowned this year’s champion and named Celebrity MasterChef 2023 winner.
Earlier in finals week, singer Jamelia was the first to be eliminated while The Wanted’s Max George was next to leave the kitchen.
Challenges included the Chef’s Table, with guests including Raymond Blanc, Daniel Clifford, Anna Haugh, Nieves Barragan Mohacho and Matt Gillan.
Celebrity MasterChef concludes its latest series this week on on BBC One on Tuesday, 5 September at 8PM; Wednesday, 6 September at 9PM and Friday, 8 September at 9PM
You can also watch the series online via BBC iPlayer.