Celebrity MasterChef returns for another series and a new batch of famous faces will need to prove they have what it takes to cook up winning dishes.
Here are the 20 celebrities taking part.
Judy Murray is well known for her tennis coaching skills, but how will her cooking skills hold up?
Mother of world-renowned tennis player Andy Murray, her competitive spirit could serve her well - she previously competed in Strictly Come Dancing - but this time she is determined to lift the trophy.
Pop star Myles Stephenson is part of The X Factor winning band Rak-Su, who were loved for their original songs and loveable nature.
A stint in I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! saw him show off his cooking skills around the campfire and he is ready to improve on those skills in the MasterChef kitchen.
Judi Love regularly appears as a panellist on the lunchtime talk show Loose Women and is never afraid to give her opinion.
Love started her career as a stand-up comedian and radio presenter, so will be sure to be cracking up the kitchen as well as a few eggs.
Dom Littlewood first burst onto screens on the dating show The Other Half and is now the man saving the nation from tricksters and scammers.
Littlewood has presented shows such as Fake Britain, Don’t Get Done and Cowboy Builder and even stripped off for ITV series The Full Monty, revealing a tattoo that said '100% beef' on his bum.
With a name like Baga Chipz, you would hope Chipz will go far in the competition. The talented drag queen came third in Drag Race UK and is well known for her spot-on impressions.
Chipz’s crude sense of humour is sure to keep the kitchen entertained and charm the judges, and her competitive spirit will be crucial to excel in the competition.
Gethin Jones is used to performing under pressure when the cameras are rolling as a Blue Peter presenter, which involves plenty of high stress challenges.
Jones has presented various TV and radio shows and danced his way to third place on Strictly Come Dancing in 2007, but can he turn that bronze to gold in MasterChef?
In the 1970s Phil Daniels made a name for himself playing London hard men in films like Quadrophenia and Breaking Glass, before showing his funny side in comedies such as Rock and Chips and Time Gentleman Please.
Daniels also provided the iconic voiceover for Blur’s hit song 'Parklife' and played Pat Butcher’s nephew in EastEnders.
Shyko Amos describes herself as a home cook and is ready to take her recipes and prove herself in a professional kitchen.
As an actor, Amos is best known for her role as novice police officer Ruby Patterson in Death in Paradise, who initially was more interested in gossiping than police work but soon proved her grit.
When Pete Wicks went from working in recruitment to a cast member in The Only Way Is Essex, he caused quite a stir and became known as the resident lothario.
Wicks also went looking for love on the reality series Celebs Go Dating, but he will now need to woo the judges with his cooking.
Rapper Lady Leshurr is famous for her Queen’s Speech series of freestyles and has toured with Nikki Minaj. She recently became the face of Olay’s latest beauty campaign 'Face Anything'.
Leshurr is also a team captain on entertainment show Don’t Hate The Playaz, which celebrates hip-hop culture with games and challenges.
Former England footballer John Barnes is used to being in charge managing football teams, but this time it will be Wallace and Torode in charge.
Like many of the celebrities, Barnes has also competed on Strictly Come Dancing and, growing up in Jamaica, has a love of spice and is ready to cook up some hot dishes for the judges.
Amar Latif is the first blind contestant on MasterChef and started the world’s first travel company, which creates trips for blind travellers ranging from skiing in Europe to safaris in Africa.
Latif regularly travels and has now started presenting, which could make for some flavourful recipes from around the world.
Thomas Skinner was a fan favourite in the 2019 series of The Apprentice, not afraid to get stuck in and speak up for others. Even Lord sugar was won over by Skinner’s charisma.
Skinner’s enthusiasm is sure to serve him well and his ability to hold his nerve under pressure might just see him lift the MasterChef trophy.
Broadcaster, radio presenter, podcast host, YouTube Content creator and LGBTQ+ activist Riyadh Khalaf is best known for presenting the documentary Queer Britain and presenting his comedy podcast Unexpected Fluids, which was nominated for a British Podcast Award in 2019.
Only time will tell how Khalaf will cope with the stress of the MasterChef kitchen and the watchful eyes of the judges.
Sir Matthew Pinsent
Olympic rower Matthew Pinsent started rowing when he was in school, going on to win the Oxford and Cambridge boat race twice, ten world championship gold medals and four Olympic gold medals.
Pinsent is now a sports broadcaster and will put that competitive nature into creating delicious dishes for the judges.
Karen Gibson founded The Kingdom Choir more than 20 years ago and since then has fondly become known as Britain’s Godmother of Gospel.
Gibson has sung with gospels all over the world and The Kingdom Choir's gospel performance was as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
British comedy actress Felicity Montagu has worked on projects such as Bridget Jones’ Diary and Doc Martin, but most notably she played Lynn, the underappreciated press manager for Alan Partridge.
Montagu now hosts the podcast The Mother Daughter Manual with her daughter Olivia and is excited to show her cooking prowess.
Long-time funny woman Crissy Rock started her career as a stand-up comedian before having a successful stage and screen career.
Most notably Rock starred in the critically acclaimed Ken Loach film Ladybird Ladybird, played hotel manager Janey in sitcom Benidorm and released an emotionally honest autobiography called The Heart Within Me Burns.
Before making a name for himself presenting shows like I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Now! and The X Factor live tour, Jeff Brazier was a footballer.
Brazier had a relationship with TV personality Jade Goody and the pair had two sons together. After her death, he wrote a book about coping with loss and grief called The Grief Survival Guide and has trained to become a life coach.
Hockey player Sam Quek is used to winning; in the 2016 Olympics the GB women’s hockey team won gold and she is team captain for England.
Quek has also competed in I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!, The Chase and Pointless Celebrities, so hopefully she can channel that winning spirit into cooking winning dishes.