The BBC1 hit show has enlisted sixteen celebs, including Boyzone's Shane Lynch, rapper Speech Debelle and broadcaster Janet Street-Porter, to take part in the new series, which will run for six weeks this summer.
Other celebs donning their chef's apron include Les Dennis, boxer Joe Calzaghe, Sugababe Heidi Range, and Emmerdale's newest recruit Denise Black.
John Torode and Gregg Wallace will judge if the contestants can stand the heat as they take on six challenges over two days to secure a coveted place in the quarter-finals. The high-pressure tasks will include preparing feasts for the cast of Cirque du Soleil at the Royal Albert Hall and Rugby Union team Harlequins, and cooking up a storm for the dreaded food critics.
Heidi Range and Les Dennis are to appear on Celebrity Masterchef
In this series, the contestants' enthusiasm in their pursuit of the MasterChef trophy is palpable
Executive Carla-Maria Lawson
This year's line-up also features former Corrievillain Brian "Norman Bates with a briefcase" Capron, comedians Katy Brand and Shappi Khornsandi, Cold Feet's John Thomson, TV presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff, athlete Phillips Idowu, cricketer Matthew Hoggard, Bottom star Ade Edmondson, and Jo Wood, the ex-wife of Rolling Stone Ronnie.
Whoever reaches the quarter finals will have to roll up their sleeves to impress former contestants including Lisa Faulkner, who took home the trophy in 2010, Andi Peters, and 2011's champion Phil Vickery.
Executive Carla-Maria Lawson, said: "In this series, the contestants' enthusiasm in their pursuit of the MasterChef trophy is palpable, often inspiring and sometimes very, very funny."
GET your rolling pins ready – the stars taking part in Celebrity MasterChef have been announced.
Famous faces hoping to wow Gregg Wallace and John Torode in the kitchen include boxer Joe Calzaghe, Ronnie Wood's ex wife Jo Wood, Sugababe Heidi Range, Boyzone’s Shane Lynch and Loose Woman Janet Street-Porter.
Returning to BBC One this summer, the wannabe cooks will take on six challenges over two days hoping to prove they can do more than boil an egg in the Friday night quarter finals.
The the other celebs making up the sixteen include entertainer Les Dennis, actors John Thomson, Denise Black, Brian Capron, comedian Shappi Khorsandi, TV presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff, triple jumper Phillips Idowu, cricketer Matthew Hoggard and Mercury award winning rapper Speech Debelle.
Executive producer for the BBC, Carla-Maria Lawson, says: "The return of Celebrity MasterChef to this BBC One peak time slot sees thrills and spills and some extraordinary cooking from our line-up of well known faces.
"In this series, the contestants enthusiasm in their pursuit of the MasterChef trophy is palpable, often inspiring and sometimes very very funny."
The celebs will be hoping to follow in the foodie footsteps of previous winners Lisa Faulkner, Jayne Middlemiss, Liz McClarnon, Nadia Sawalha and Matt Dawson.