Celebrity MasterChef 2018: Who is cooking tonight? Meet the five stars including Spencer Matthews and Frankie Bridge
It’s another week on Celebrity MasterChef with five new famous faces ready to see if they can handle the heat.
Last week, Michelle Ackerley, Carol Decker and Keith Allen were eliminated after failing to impress during their challenges, with Ackerley falling at the first hurdle last Thursday.
Tonight, five celebrities will be hoping to impress with their culinary skills, preparing dished from mystery ingredients before heading to top class restaurants to serve up some tasty dishes before one of them goes home and the final four head to the pairs challenge.
Ahead of another week, here are the five stars entering the Celebrity MasterChef kitchen tonight…
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Partridge is best known to audiences as Christian Clarke in EastEnders, a role he played for several years before leaving in 2012.
Since departing Walford, the actor went on to finish sixth on Celebrity Big Brother in January 2016 before rocking up on this year’s Celebrity MasterChef.
The former S Club 8 singer really shot to fame as one fifth of successful pop group The Saturdays, best known for hits including If This Is Love and Ego.
Bridge, married to ex-Chelsea man Wayne, has also made a career on television presenting shows including Cannonball and recently embarked on an acting course with the hope of landing a soap role.
The proud father-to-be shot to fame on successful E4 series Made in Chelsea, which he starred on from the first episode until 2015.
Since then, Matthews has taken to fellow reality shows like a duck to water with appearances on The Batchelor UK, The Jump and a short stay in I’m A Celebrity.
He married model Vogue Williams earlier this year and the couple are expecting a baby boy any day now.
The British actress has starred in comedy films over the years, first in Follow That Camel and then Carry On Doctor both released on 1967.
Harris has also been in the charts with Just Loving You, part of her Somebody’s In My Orchard album in 1966.
The Scottish presenter is regular on daytime with series Animal Park and a reporting slot on The One Show.
Celebrity MasterChef airs Thursday at 8pm on BBC One.