Emmerdale star Adele Silva and WAG Abbey Clancy are among those who will be working for chef Marco Pierre White in the new series of Hell’s Kitchen.
The latest series of the show, which previously featured Gordon Ramsay, begins on ITV1 on Monday – and White has promised that he won’t be making any allowances for his celebrity chefs.
“At the beginning I’ll tell the contestants the number one rule is that I’m the boss and what I say goes,” he told the Sunday Mirror.
“They might be celebrities outside the kitchen but the minute they walk into the kitchen they are not a celebrity. I don’t care who they are. I have a job to do.
Among the others taking part in the show are former TV presenter Anneka Rice Hollywood actress Kelly LeBrock and former journalist Rosie Boycott.
The men are represented by comedian Jim Davidson, ex-boxer Barry McGuigan, former Blue singer Lee Ryan, Big Brother 2 winner Brian Dowling and 80s chart-topper Paul Young.
“I’m more worried about my fake tan running in the heat than Marco,” Dowling admitted. “When I sweat I panic. And when I panic I sweat.”