BBC One’s Celebrity MasterChef 2017 continues tonight and here are all the celebrities on the line up.
Celebrity MasterChef invites a number of famous faces from the world of sport, show business, music and drama to chop, slice and sizzle their way to the trophy.
Seasoned judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace return to have their taste buds challenged, whilst they whittle down the twenty celebrity contestants; comparing their culinary skills in their hunt to single out one champion.
As always, the celebrity contestants will be put through a plethora of culinary challenges. They’ll cook for critics and past winners in their quest to reach the ultimate challenge of cooking with Michelin-starred chef, Jason Atherton, and of course serving up their ultimate three-course menu for John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
Who's on Celebrity MasterChef 2017?
The full list of celebs on the MasterChef's 2017 cast includes Opera star Lesley Garrett, World Snooker champion, Stephen Hendry, Comedian, actor and presenter Vic Reeves, actor and director Nick Moran and S Club 7 Popstar Rachel Stevens.
Joining them are Union J popstar Jaymi Hensley, Actor Brian Bovell, French tennis legend Henri Leconte, Actor and comedian Abdullah Afzal and Broadcaster Dev Griffin.
More all star MasterChef contestants are TV presenter Angellica Bell, Double Olympic gold medallist Becky Adlington, presenter Julia Somerville, TV personality and presenter Debbie McGee and actor and presenter Tyger Drew-Honey.
Rounding off the 2017 line up for Celebrity Masterchef are Children’s TV presenter Barney Harwood, Writer and TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson, Radio and TV journalist Aasmah Mir, singer, actress and life skills expert Patti Boulaye, OBE and presenter and parish priest Reverend Kate Bottley
In the first four weeks, celebs will be split into groups of 5 who will take part in the heats each week.
Those that avoid elimination will go forward to the semi-final week in a bid to make it through to the grand final.
Celebrity MasterChef 2017 continues tonight at 8:30PM on BBC One.