Celebrity MasterChef star 'exposes secret tactic allowed' by John Torode and Gregg to win


    Baga Chipz tried her hardest yesterday to stay on Celebrity MasterChef last night, but at the end of the day judges, John Torode and Gregg Wallace decided it was her time to leave. Dominic Littlewood, Phil Daniels, Sam Quek, and Karen Gibson are still left and viewers will see the competition taken to the next level tonight. Before appearing on the cookery show, Baga spoke about what happens in the kitchen and the tool she was hoping to rely on if anything went wrong. 

    John Torode and Gregg Wallace welcomed five new celebrity contestants last night and started them off with the MasterChef Marker challenge. 

    It quickly became clear as to who was confident in the kitchen and who needed a little bit of help. 

    After the first challenge in the MasterChef kitchen, the stars were quickly thrown into the professional kitchen. 

    However, at the end of the day, it was RuPaul’s Drag Race star Baga Chipz who was sent home. 

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    “I got on with Phil Daniels so well, I mean we’re like chalk and cheese.

    “You know, he’s a proper cockney geezer and there’s me with my fake lashes.”

    Tonight, the four contestants will be split into two teams, the blue team, and the red team, and attempt to cook identical meals without working side-by-side. 

    They will also visit a car factory to cook a hearty lunch for the workers, but will they crack under the pressure? 

    Contestant Dom, had a few issues when cooking last night, whether that be the mountain of food he created in the Market test or burning all his food in the restaurant. 

    Dom also accidentally cooked and melted his plastic cooking timer. 

    With a place in the semifinals up for grabs, at this point, it could be anyone’s game.

    But who will join Loose Women’s Judi Love in the race to the final and lift that illustrious MasterChef trophy? 

    Celebrity MasterChef continues on BBC One tonight at 7.30pm. 


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