Celebrity MasterChef

About the Show

About the Show

The ever-popular Celebrity Masterchef returns, with 20 familiar faces from the world of show business, music and sport all hoping to follow in the footsteps of last year's champion.


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Posted by ElaineReport
Is it possible to recieve the recipe for Not quite Mrs Cromwells apple pie? as seen on the Celebrity Master Chef cooked by Ruth.
Keep up the great work Greg & John.
Posted by rescue1959Report
I've watched Master Chef for years. The Aussie version seems to be a blend of Master Chef, Hell's Kitchen, and the American show Top Chef,(up to, and including having a pretty co-host in the first series, whose only qualification seems to be as eye candy for the camera - much like Padma on Top Chef). I'm still not convinced about it. I prefer the British version, where they start with over 100 hopefuls - some of whom are truly woeful-and whittle them down to the last four for the semi-fnals. Makes for great viewing. The Aussie version glosses over the early eliminations, and just shows from the final few that have passed through the auditions.
Posted by Margaret Report
I have been watching John and Gregg for years I tried to watch the Aussie version and it just doesn't interest me. The contestants on BMC seem so much more passionate but with a humility that I don't find in their Aussie counterparts. John and Gregg have great manners, really relish a good dish (I love Gregg hitting the desserts) and they never belittle their contestants.
Posted by nurse1Report
At last. it's back. Really looking forward to seeing the guys again, The reason this show is grewat is because the focus is on the food with the added bonus of the contestants showing us their love of food and revealing their personalities as they go along. John and Greg really know how to get the best from the contestants. Much better than the Aussie show which seems to be about flash and who can make the lousest noise!!
Posted by SilkReport
I have to agree with hungry girl - I love the show but get very frustrated with not being able to get the right recipe - I find lots of similar recipes online but they never seem to be the 'perfect' recipe as shown on Masterchef and alluded to by John and Gregg - come on guys, give us the recipes!!
Posted by Bonnie16Report
No matter whether I'm home in Australia or in the UK, I never miss an episode of this fantastic show.
Posted by hungry girlReport
If you click on the "read more" above you will see a link to the UK website, where they have recipes etc.