CELEBRITIES are getting ready to battle it out in cooking challenges as Cooking With the Stars is renewed for season two.
This is all we know so far about the show hosted by ITV in a partnership with Marks & Spencer.
When is Cooking With the Stars on ITV?
The programme is set to return Monday, June 7, 2022 on ITV at 8pm.
ITV explained the process of how the stars will battle it out in season two.
They said: "Across a series of exciting cooking battles, the celebrities will be trained by mentor chefs to produce delicious dishes that will be judged by the remaining professionals.
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"The bottom two will then have to fight for their place in the competition, creating a dish without any help from their mentor.
"The result of this eliminator will be decided by a blind tasting judgement from the professional chefs.
"Unaware of whose food they are tasting, their greatest supporter could swiftly and unwittingly become their worst critic and vote for their protege to leave the competition."
Who will be taking part in the ITV show?
Some chefs are confirmed to return to the series once again.
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These are British chef and TV presenter Rosemary Shrager, renowned chef and business owner Ronnie Murray, chef director Jack Stein and Korean chef and restaurateur Judy Joo.
Meanwhile, Michelin Starred chef Jean-Christophe Novelli, Scottish chef and restaurateur Tony Singh MBE, author and regular chef on This Morning Clodagh McKenna and restaurateur and TV personality Mike Reid, are all set to join the show too.
Celebrities set to join the latest series include Maura Higgins, Anton Du Beke, Dame Kelly Holmes, Josie Gibson, Anne Hegerty, Dr Ranj Singh, Joe Wilkinson and Woody Cook.
Last year, the show saw Griff Rhys-Jones, Shirley Ballas, Naughty Boy, Denise Van Outen, Catherine Tyldesley, Harry Judd, Johnny Vegas and AJ Odudu cook it off.
Who are the hosts of Cooking With the Stars?
Emma Willis and Tom Allen will once again host the show.
Willis is a 46-year old TV Host and radio presenter.
She expressed her excitment to return to the show, saying: "Tom and I had so much fun last series and I'm looking forward to getting back into the kitchen.
"The pressure the celebs are under is real and once the competition starts heating up everybody wants to win, but I'm hoping there isn't as much blood as last series."
The last comment came after McFly star Harry Judd cut his finger during last year's filming.
Despite the accident, the 36-year old still came out as victor of the first series.
Along with Willis, Tom Allen will co-host the show.
The 38-year old is a TV host, panellist and stand-up comedian.
He also commented about the next season, saying: "Last series was so exciting!
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"Emma Willis and I have been polishing our frying pans in preparation – we have so much fun working together.
"The celebrities are being trained by some of the best chefs in the business and with the clock ticking it's always tense to see if they'll improve their cooking enough each week to measure up to the judges' high standards."
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