THINGS are heating up in Celebrity MasterChef kitchen.
Who left Celebrity MasterChef last night?
The semi-finals of Celebrity MasterChef continued last night (September 15, 2022) with Lisa Snowdon, Kitty Scott-Claus, EastEnders actor Cliff Parisi, McFly musician Danny Jones, reality TV star Faye Winter, former professional footballer Jimmy Bullard and All Saints singer Melanie Blatt.
That was after Birds of a Feather actress Lesley Joseph was eliminated last time out.
BBC One viewers saw Jimmy Bullard exit the competition next after he failed to cook his potatoes all the way through as the remaining contestants cooked off.
That was after they all cooked a Mary Berry dish with the legendary chef tasting their food.
Kitty Scott-Claus was perhaps lucky to get through as she cooked a trfile with no jelly.
In the last semi-final, it was Faye Winter who left the competition as she failed to impress critic Grace Dent with her food.
Who is left in Celebrity MasterChef?
Celebrity MasterChef 2022 attracted an impressive line-up of twenty soap stars, musicians and actors – but only one will come out the winner.
These are the celebrities still battling to be crowned winner:
Who has left Celebrity MasterChef so far?
The stars who have left so far are:
- Semi-final three – Reality star Faye Winter – She rose to fame during his time in the villa on ITV’s Love Island.
- Semi-final two – Ex-footballer Jimmy Bullard – He appeared on I’m A Celebrity in 2014 and enjoyed a 15-year-long professional football career.
- Semi-final one – Birds of a Feather actress Lesley Joseph was the first semi-finalist contestant to be shown the door after serving up an unappetising looking chicken curry.
- Heat four quarter-final – Former Corrie star Ryan Thomas had to remove his apron after serving up over-cooked lamb to previous winners Greg Rutherford and Angellica Bell as well as 2021 champ Kadeena Cox.
- Heat four– Pro dancer Katya Jones was next out of the door after Adam Pearson. The 33-year-old, who was on Strictly in 2016, failed to impress the judges.
- Heat four – Presenter and campaigner Adam Pearson has presented BBC documentaries, Adam Pearson: Freak Show and The Ugly Face Of Disability Hate Crime, as well as Channel 4‘s Tricks Of The Restaurant Trade. He got the boot from the kitchen after serving up dry chicken.
- Heat three quarter-final – Actor Richard Blackwood played Vincent Hubbard on BBC soap EastEnders. He fell just short of the semi finals after his two course meal contained fishbones and lacked a spicy kick.
- Heat three – Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher was given her marching orders after serving up undercooked tortillas.
- Heat three – The Wire actor Clarke Peters was first to go after failing to impress with his vegetable lasagne bake.
- Heat two quarter-final – Choirmaster Gareth Malone fell at the final hurdle and failed to make it out of the quarters as his two course meal wasn’t quite up to scratch.
- Heat two – Former boxer Chris Eubank failed to impress after needing lots of supervision during the second round. The judges also found bones in his fish.
- Heat two – Reality star Queen MoJo rose to fame after starring in ITV2’s Peckham’s Finest. Her final dish let her down and she was left in tears after serving undercooked prawns in her linguine.
- Heat one quarter-final – Comedian Paul Elliott is best known for his duo act with his late brother Barry, known as the Chuckle Brothers. Fan favourite Paul was shown the door after a really close quarter-final.
- Heat one – Comedian Kae Kurd is a British-Kurdish stand-up comic and writer. Kae hung up his apron after a disastrous meringue dish that John refused to eat.
- Heat one – Socialite Nancy Dell’Olio first came to public notice as the girlfriend of football manager Sven-Göran Eriksson. She was the first to be eliminated after her melanzana parmigiana failed to impress.
How can I watch Celebrity MasterChef and what is the show’s format?
Celebrity MasterChef 2022 airs three times a week on BBC One.
The next episode is on TONIGHT (September 16, 2022) at 9pm.
You can catch up with any missed episodes on the BBC iPlayer.