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Celebs cooking. Shouldn't be that entertaining really, should it? And yet somehow every year Celebrity Masterchef gets under my skin and hooks me in for another year. I don't know how it does it but it does.
The format is as old as the ark and the 'twists' can be seen a mile away but somehow the sight of some bloke from Corrie dropping a chicken in a posh eatery manages to keep me entertained throughout the summer months when lets face it, there's nothing much else on anywhere.
Gregg and John don't really add much but they are as welcome as the thick custard they have to pretend to like.
So give it ago one year. Much like sugary food the show is oddly addictive.
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