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Celebrity Best Home Cook: Ruth Madeley leaves show after tense eliminator: ‘I am damn well proud of myself’

Ruth Madeley has been eliminated from Celebrity Best Home Cook after a tense final round.

The star went up against Ferne McCann, Tom Read Wilson and Karim Karim Zeroual in the cook off, after they failed to impress judges Mary Berry, Angela Hartnett and Chris Bavin throughout the episode.

In the final round, Angela tasked them with making a chicken schnitzel – with Ruth’s dish being the worst one served up.

It was down to Chris to announce the news, explaining that their decision came down to the ‘most minute detail’.

‘I can’t tell you how relieved I am,’ the Years and Years actress admitted to her co-stars after the elimination.

‘Honestly, the standard in here is so high. The stress of this, I’ve aged beyond anything.

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Who will win Celebrity Best Home Cook? (Picture: BBC)

‘My purpose of being here was to show people who have different kinds of mobility that they can do really quick cheats, simple stuff.

‘Some of it might have been too simple for this, but I am damn well proud myself.’

Ruth added to the camera: ‘When I first started, I said as long as I don’t go out first and I don’t give anyone food poisoning, I’ll take it as a win.

‘And I think I’ve well exceeded that.’

Her exit means that Ferne, Karim, Tom, Ed Balls, Ed Byrne, Shobna Gulati and Rachel Johnson are still battling it out for the crown.

Things seem to get even hotter in the kitchen on tomorrow’s show when the celebrity cooks are tasked with a tricky rustle up challenge, before whipping up their own spin on a TV dinner.

But who will falter next?

Celebrity Best Home Cook continues on Wednesday, at 9pm, on BBC One.

 

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