Both Wallace and Torode have made no secret that they're not close friends away from the 'MasterChef' kitchen.
The couple met in 2010 on 'Celebrity MasterChef' but did not begin dating until Torode expressed his feelings in a letter two years later.
From 'EastEnders' veteran Adam Woodyatt and 'TOWIE' star Joey Essex to Olympic athlete Greg Rutherford, 'Celebrity MasterChef' boasts an eclectic mix of contestants this year.
Celebrity MasterChef ushered in its final heat on BBC1 last night, with five new contestants taking to the hobs.
Yikes, Simon Webbe might be wishing that he’d kept schtum in a recent interview where he seemingly revealed the results of the newest series of Celebrity Masterchef. I have no skills when it comes to cooking. "It is even harder when you have a camera shoved in your face and you have Gregg Wallace and John Torode talking to you.
Who is Marcus Butler? ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ fans have no idea. ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ returned to BBC One last week, along with some of the nation’s most-popular B-Listers… But one name stood out from the crowd – Marcus Butler. ‘Celebrity MasterChef’ is usually renowned for its contestants’ rubbish cookery skills.
It’s the Eleventh series of ‘Celebrity MasterChef’, with 20 new, famous faces competing to impress the judges with their Duck a l’Orange and maybe the occasional flambé. Of course, this means the return of ‘MasterChef’ judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace. Thankfully, the star-quality of their contestants is just a second-thought, as the celebs put blood, sweat and tears into ‘MasterChef’s gruelling tasks.
<p>The eleventh series of Celebrity MasterChef kicks off tonight (June 22) at 8pm on BBC One, with <a rel="nofollow" href="https://uk.news.yahoo.com/celebrity-masterchef-strictly-come-dancing-100608285.html">20 famous faces</a> from the worlds of music, sport, social media and show business set to subject themselves to the rigorous scrutiny of John Torode and Gregg Wallace’s taste tests.</p><p>Before the competition turns up the heat, we thought that we would take a look back through the reality cooking show’s past winners from 2006 – 2015 to find out whether they have capitalised on their success, or whether it was all just a flash in the pan.</p><p>Scroll through the slideshow above and let us know who you think has been the most deserving and/or memorable winner in the comments below or tweet us at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://twitter.com/YahooCelebUK">@YahooCelebUK</a></p><p><i>Picture Credit: BBC/Getty(SteveFinn)</i></p>
After Jane Devonshire recently stormed to victory on Masterchef, having seriously impressed the judges with her amazing culinary skills, John Torode and Gregg Wallace are BACK to put 20 celebrities through their paces. Amongst those hoping to score culinary approval with their raspberry coulis, confit egg yolks and red wine reductions are Strictly Come Dancing’s Gleb Savchenko, former TOWIE star Amy Childs, EastEnders’ Laila Morse, entertainment legend Jimmy Osmond and boxing’s Audley Harrison.
It may be 10 years since the Pussycat Dolls burst on to the scene with their smash hit single and our fave karaoke anthem, Don’t Cha, but sadly they won’t be getting back together to mark the occasion. Kimberly Wyatt says that not all of her former band mates - Nicole Scherzinger, Melody Thornton, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar - are interested in getting back together.
Discussing all things soufflé and fancy fishy consumé, the 33-year-old has been having a chinwag with Hello! Magazine, admitting she was shocked to beat Sam Nixon and Rylan Clark to win her new mantlepiece ornament.