Former One Nation deputy David Oldfield and radio host Sam Frost star in Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen

Seven has unveiled the contestants in its celebrity cooking show Hell’s Kitchen, with chef Marco Pierre White having to wrangle radio host and former bachelorette star Sam Frost, ex-One Nation politician David Oldfield and NRL player Willie Mason.

Seven has announced 10 celebrities to take part in Hell’s Kitchen.

Ten celebrities will take part in the battle to be named Pierre White’s top chef when the show airs later this year on Seven.

The local version of the ITV show made famous by Gordon Ramsay will challenge the stars with cooking for the real diners in a 70-seat restaurant.

The show will feature skill and location challenges for the aspiring chefs.

Seven has lured Pierre White from Ten where he was a huge drawcard on MasterChef.

Other contestants include:

  • Jess Fox Canoeist and London 2012 Olympic Silver Medalist
  • Gary ‘Gaz’ Beadle British reality star of Geordie Shore
  • Candice Warner Former Ironwoman, wife of Australian Cricket Vice Captain, David Warner.
  • Issa Schultz The Chase Australia’s Supernerd
  • Debra Lawrance Beloved television actress, Home and Away
  • Lincoln Lewis Logie winning film and television actor, Home and Away
  • Pettifleur Berenger Real Housewife of Melbourne, property developer, author

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