Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition

About the Show

Boot Camp will be graced for the first time ever with some of Tinseltown’s stars, who happen to need some serious lessons in cooking. Anne Burrell is back to serve as coach for the Red Team, with Rachael Ray signing on as coach for the Blue Team. The two will lead and mentor teams of celebrities, who are in serious need of some cooking chops. Boot Camp won’t be any easier because they’re famous!

These kitchen disasters will have to prove themselves contenders by cooking their way through challenges geared to testing their skills, growing their confidence and turning them into good cooks. The grand prize of $50,000 for charity will be awarded to the celebrity who has made the most improvement over the six-episode run of the competition.

Mentor

Mentor

Anne Burrell

With her trademark spiky blond hair and pumped-up personality, Anne Burrell has worked at some of the top restaurants in New York, studied the culinary landscape and traditions of Italy, and battled alongside Mario Batali as his sous chef on Food Network’s Iron Chef America.

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Mentor

Mentor

Rachael Ray

Rachael was born into cooking as a way of life. "My first vivid memory is watching Mom in a restaurant kitchen," she says. "Everyone on both sides of my family cooks." She landed at Macy's Marketplace at the candy counter and then as the manager of the fresh foods department. After Macy's, Ray helped open a prestigious New York gourmet marketplace. She then moved upstate to be a food buyer and chef. As a way to increase grocery sales during the holidays, Ray began a series of cooking classes and 30 Minute Meals was born.

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