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Celebrity MasterChef's Melanie Blatt breaks down in tears as she meets idol Mary Berry
Celebrity MasterChef star Melanie Blatt was seen bursting into tears on the latest episode of the BBC cooking show after meeting her “idol”, British Bake Off star, Mary Berry.The 47-year-old All Saints singer admitted she was anxious after host Gregg Wallace introduced their special guest for tonight’s food challenge, admitting this was a “big moment” in her life.As Mary made the rounds on the chefs as they attempted to cook on her recipes in just 90 minutes, Mel, 47, was seen telling the camera: “I have more anxiety than usual because I’m such a fan.READ MORE: Love Island's Faye Winter sobs on Celebrity MasterChef over dad's health battle“I wanna make Mary proud, I just want her to love me like I love her.When Mary finally arrived at Mel’s table, she admitted that one of the first recipe books she bought was her,s before telling her “this is a big moment for me” and telling her she loved her before she was seen bursting into tears.As Mel wiped the tears away from her eyes with her t-shirt, Mary embraced the star and thanked her for being such a fan.Viewers immediately reacted to the star’s emotional moment.“I don’t think I’ve ever witnessed someone so in awe of their idol as Melanie Blatt is with Mary Berry #celebritymasterchef,” said one fan.A second added: “Mel having absolutely zero chill in front of Mary Berry was very cute.”While a third agreed: “lol major fangirl moment from Mel over mary berry I’d probably be the same tbh.”Some fans also blasted the episode for giving some celebrities harder dishes than others. While some had to skin fish and make difficult savoury dishes with lots of elements, other were given recipes fans thought were much easier like meringue.
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Celebrity Masterchef first look as Dame Mary Berry makes surprise appearance during semi-finals
CELEBRITY MasterChef fans are set to be left delighted following a surprise appearance from Dame Mary Berry at the semi-final stages of the competition.  Dame Mary will make her debut in the MasterChef kitchen in the episode broadcast on the 8th September where she will challenge the seven remaining stars to re-create one of her most popular dishes.  Mary will judge the celebrities alongside resident hosts, John Torode and Gregg Wallace, where they will have to master cooking with a host of unfamiliar ingredients and a variety of new techniques to impress the culinary trio.  Mary said: “I can’t wait to see these talented MasterChef semi-finalists bring my dishes to life and hopefully they are recipes they would enjoy making at home too.  They need to remember though that I’ve got eyes in the back of my head. They may think I’m not watching but I will be…” So far a whole host of famous faces have been battiling It out on the BBC One show to follow in the footsteps of stars such as Kimberly Wyatt and Lisa Faulkner.  Twenty celebrities will entered the kitchen with only eight of them moving into the semi-finalswith seven of them getting the chance to impress former Bake Off star Mary.  Read More on MasterChefNOT IMPRESSED Celebrity Masterchef fans left irritated by Jimmy's dishTOO MANY COOKS Here is who has left Celebrity MasterChef so far Reality TV star Faye Winter, best known for her time on Love Island, and McFly band member Danny Jones both beat off fierce competiton to become the most impressive cooks from heat one and we’re swiftly joined by Call the Midwife favourite Cliff Parisi 90’s popstar Mel Blatt.
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BBC Celebrity MasterChef viewers accuse Gregg Wallace of being 'scared' of Chris Eubank after praising 'awful' dish
READ MORE: Call the Midwife and EastEnders star Cliff Parisi turned his life around after being jailed at 19 Video: Lorraine: Fleur East Announced As Latest Strictly Come Dancing Contestant (MyLondon)€7 travel fee for Brits delayed - what you need to knowRoads flood in minutes as torrential rain ends heatwaveAnts infest home and enter child's bedroom and onto the bathroom towelsMyLondon's Holly Evans reports from the scene of a fatal shooting in WalthamstowITV This Morning: Rochelle Humes flustered as small child causes chaos during Viking segmentHarry and Meghan to visit UK next monthITV GMB: Rob Rinder praised for debating skills as he takes over from Richard MadeleyMet Office national morning forecast for August 15 - Thunderstorm warnings for much of the UK and cooler conditions continue through the weekWilliam and Kate release family video to mark 10th wedding anniversaryCordon remains in place on Galpin's Road, Thornton Heath, following fatal gas explosionWhat are the rules of a hosepipe ban? Here's everything you need to knowAldi issues message to anyone who drinks semi-skimmed milkRochelle and Craig try ketchup flavoured ice cream on This MorningSome MasterChef fans even joked that Gregg is 'scared' of the champion and is 'treading' on eggshells around him after he created the 'awful' dish but received limited criticism. Taking to Twitter one viewer wrote: "Can you can tell the judges are walking on eggshells when judging Chris Eubank lmao That poutine looked atrocious lol".
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Gregg Wallace's surprising career before MasterChef that made him a multi-millionaire
MasterChef for years, tasting some of the best, and best of the worst, culinary treats on the BBC show.Now the 57-year-old foodie is back for another episode of Inside The Factory, with Gregg learning the ins and outs of trains in the latest episode.He wasn’t always the elite foodie that he is now though, as the presenter started with humble origins in Kent.In a candid interview, he later admitted that he discovered the world of high-class food much later in life than some would expect.Today, not only has he become a household name, but he’s also coined his own ‘buttery biscuit base’ phrase that has been making the rounds on the internet for years.At the start of Gregg’s career, he was working as a warehouseman in Covent Garden market at the age of 24.He opened his own fruit and veg company in 1989, George Allen’s Greengrocers, which helped to open his eyes to a new world of healthy foods.It eventually made a turnover of £7.5million, allowing him to pursue the small screen.He became the co-presenter of Veg Talk on BBC Radio 4, before joining Saturday Kitchen in 2002.In 2005, he joined MasterChef, propelling his TV career to the next level.However, he didn’t start to master the art of cooking until he had his children, who he regularly cooked for at home.Gregg has three children, with the first two being Libby and Tom Wallace, who he shares with his ex-wife Denise Wallace.His third child Sid was born in 2021 to his new wife Anne-Marie Sterpini, who is 21 years younger than Gregg.Speaking to the Big Issue, the presenter said: “I didn’t look after myself particularly well in those first years of living alone.
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