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Rebecca Gibney

TV WEEK Gold Logie Award winner and famous actress Rebecca is best known for her roles in shows like Back To The Rafters, Halifax: Retribution and Wanted.

“Neither of us knew what we were getting into, and I am so grateful to each and every one of them for the hugs, laughter, tears and joy,” wrote Rebecca on the show’s Instagram.

“I can’t wait to relive what has been one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life (for a number of reasons!)”

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Dami Im

After Dami became famous with The X Factor Australia in 2013, Dami represented the country at Eurovision and released four studio albums. Now it’s time for them to try their hand at the MasterChef kitchen.

This is not about my music, it’s about my cooking, “she said of the casting announcement.” A little different, a little weird and scary, but so much fun. “

Matthew Le Nevez

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Matthew Le Nevez

He may have starred in everything from The Cry to Love Child, but in our hearts he will always be Dr. Patrick Reid from Offspring.

“I want to inspire my children to become better cooks and to have a bolder and bolder view of food,” the actor tells TV WEEK about why he signed up. “I grew up with a pretty narrow palate. I didn’t want my kids to have that.”

Dilruk Jayasinha

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Dilruk Jayasinha

After winning the 2018 TV WEEK Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent, Dilruk continued to make Australia laugh with comedic roles in Utopia, Have You Been Paying Attention, and more.

We hope that the self-taught ‘Dil’s Rookie Cooking’ from last year in isolation will prove useful, “he wrote on Instagram about the show.” Incredibly happy to be invited. “

Tilly Ramsay

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Matilda ‘Tilly’ Ramsay

She has pretty big footsteps to fill, but something tells us Tilly can live up to the famous Ramsay name.

Her co-star Rebecca even called her an “angel” and wrote on Instagram: “If I had a daughter I would want her to be just like Tilly. All class, all heart and an absolute ray of sunshine. “

Chrissie Swan

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Chrissie Swan

From her beginnings on Big Brother Australia to her beloved appearance as a presenter on Nova, Chrissie has been a fixture on our screens and radio stations for nearly two decades.

Chrissie admits that joining MasterChef is a “screw-me” moment and is sure to make the new season laugh.

Ian Thorpe

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Ian Thorpe

The former Olympian is ready to work on his cooking skills. Ian shared a sneak peek to his followers on Instagram and couldn’t talk enough about his experience.

“Great time, great crew and fabulous competitors. I haven’t laughed that much in a long time,” he said. “I hope you all enjoy it Master chef as much as I enjoyed being there. “

Archie Thompson:

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Archie Thompson

From the Melbourne Victory to the Socceroos, Archie has had a long career as a professional footballer. Can he score in the kitchen? Sorry for the pun, but it was necessary.

We still have to see if he has the skills to win the Celebrity MasterChef, but one thing is clear: “Shit just got very, very REAL. “As Archie put it on his Insta.

Collette Dinnigan

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Collette Dinnigan

Collette, an iconic Australian fashion designer, is bringing her stylish flair to the kitchen in 2021.

“High fear, high stress and still we had SO much fun,” she wrote of the experience. “Loved this adventure and I hope you all do.”

Nick Riewoldt

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Nick Riewoldt

He’s a household name thanks to his years in the AFL, but the former The St. Kilda player now also has a new title: BFF to Rebecca Gibney. The stars got along very well in the kitchen and have exchanged friendly comments on Instagram at every opportunity since filming was finished.

The star recently recapitulated his experience, writing: “Fun, stress, nerves, swearing, laughing, burns, cuts, throwing things, lifelong friends, etc., etc. I had thisa full-fledged MasterChef Experience.”

Celebrity MasterChef premieres on October 10th, 7:30 p.m.