11 February 2010, 00:00
Actress Debra Stephenson. of Coronation Streeet and Bad Girls and Ruth Langsford, wife of Eamonn Holmes, are the latest celebrities to be lined-up for the new ITV1 reality show Kitchen Burnout. Hell's Kitchen star Marco Pierre White will oversee the progress of the contestants on the show.
Ruth presents This Morning on a Friday with her partner Eamonn Holmes. The couple have one son and are engaged to be married.
Debra Stephenson is best known for playing Frankie Baldwin in Coronation Street from 2004 to 2006.
The pair are expected to join model Elen Rives, soap star Alex Ferns, Russell Grant, Nancy Dell'Olio and Carol Smillie, according to the Daily Star.
Others rumoured to be taking part include former tabloid editor Kelvin MacKenzie, TV presenter Donna Air and Coronation Street actress Tupele Dorgu.
The celebrities in Kitchen Burnout will compete against each other and include challenges such as cooking for jockey Frankie Dettori, Chelsea FC and a private members' club.
A source told The Sun: "The show is different to Hell's Kitchen, but will keep the key ingredients of Marco and the celebs showing off their culinary skills.
"But you won't ever see all the celebs together and even if they win they will only appear three times - in their heat, the semi-final and final. If they do badly, they will only be seen once."
Last updated: 08 April 2010, 15:37