''IT’S ALMOST LIKE YOU’RE A DETECTIVE''
Gregg Wallace has been part of the MasterChef family for over 15 years, tasting the delicious – and occasionally dodgy! – offerings on the professional, amateur, and celebrity versions of the cooking contest.
When TV Times joins him for an exclusive video chat about the latest run of BBC1’s MasterChef: The Professionals, in which he shares judging duties with top chefs Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing, his infectious enthusiasm for the series and the life-changing impact it can have on rising stars in the restaurant industry shows no sign of diminishing.
Here, Gregg, 56, tells us why he loves coming back for more...
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