KATIE Price has risked angering MasterChef 2021 bosses after hinting she's WON the show – weeks before it's aired on TV.
The former glamour model, 43, is one of the 20 famous faces taking part in the sixteenth series of the BBC cooking competition this year.
Although it's due to hit our screens some time in the summer, Katie has already dropped a huge clue that she manages to leave a lasting impression on judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
When asked if she's been confirmed for the upcoming series, she certainly didn't hold back with her answer.
Katie recently told OK! magazine: "I’m not allowed to let any secrets out but, put it this way, I do better than just OK!"
The TV personality is up against the likes of Happy Mondays star Bez, presenter Dion Dubin, Blue's Duncan Hames, journalist Gavin Esler, EastEnders star Joe Swash, Strictly's Johanne Radebe, paralympian Kadeena Cox, fashion designer Patrick Grant, Loose Women's Penny Lancaster and EastEnders' Rita Simons.
But the list doesn't stop there as Love Island's Kem Cetinay, Towie favourite Megan McKenna, presenter Melanie Sykes, actresses Melissa Johns and Michelle Collins, comedian Munya Chawawa, BGT star Nabil Abdul Rashid, actress Su Pollard and The Repair Shop's Will Kirk are also in with a chance of winning the hit show.
The series will play out over the course of six weeks and will air on BBC One.
The format will follow four weeks of heats, before the chosen celebs will take part in the semi-finals.
This will be followed by the final where the chosen famous faces will be tasked with a number of difficult things to see if they can truly handle the heat in the kitchen.
The finalists will have to cook a lunch for 100 guests, create a takeaway themed invention test and also impress the celebrity chefs.
However fans of the hit show will have to wait a while before it hits our screens as the BBC haven't confirmed a release date yet.
The Sun exclusively revealed that Katie had joined the lineup back in February.
A source said at the time: “Katie’s really excited for people to see a different side to her – she’s actually a really good cook, and wants to show off her kitchen skills.
“She won’t crumble under the pressure of cooking for Gregg Wallace and John Torode, because she has to cook for five fussy kids every night!”
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