‘My Kitchen Rules’ Episode Guide (Jan. 26): The First Celebrity Duo is Eliminated

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‘My Kitchen Rules’ Episode Guide (Jan. 26): The First Celebrity Duo is Eliminated

“Andrew Dice Clay Hosts Dinner” (01/26/17) – Andrew Dice Clay and wife Valerie Silverstein feel the pressure as the last team to host the first round of dinner parties. The chaos begins when Andrew shares his famed jackets with the guests, leaving Valerie to pick up the slack in the kitchen and causing the main entrée to be delayed.

After the duo attempts to impress by making spaghetti and meatballs completely from scratch, they are left surprised by their scores. When it comes time for elimination, all teams are shocked when they find out that the two lowest-scoring teams will take part in a sudden death cook-off.

Find out which duo leaves the competition first in an all-new episode of “My Kitchen Rules” airing Thursday, Jan. 26 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT), on FOX.

Let the food fight begin! “My Kitchen Rules” is an unscripted cooking series that pits celebrity duos against each other as they cook and critique each other’s food. The teams will take turns hosting intimate dinner parties in Hollywood homes, with a menu designed to impress their rival competitors and two professional chef judges, Curtis Stone (“Top Chef Masters”) and Cat Cora (“Iron Chef America”).

The eight-episode series features big dishes and even bigger personalities with celebrity duos, including TV host and *NSYNC member Lance Bass with his mother, Diane Bass; Grammy Award winner Brandy and her brother, R&B recording artist Ray J; comedian Andrew Dice Clay and his wife, Valerie Vasquez; reality TV star Brandi Glanville and her friend, Dean Sheremet; and country superstar Naomi Judd and her husband, Larry Strickland.

With escalating rounds of competition, the celebrity duo with the lowest score at the end of each round will be eliminated. The last two pairs standing will battle it out in the final round for a pressure-cooker evening during which they will prepare and present their ultimate dining menu. In the end, only one team will survive the drama and earn the right to claim “My Kitchen Rules.”

“My Kitchen Rules” is a production of 7 Beyond for Seven Productions. Brad Lyons, Rikkie Proost, Conrad Green, Kenny Rosen and Therese Hegarty serve as executive producers.


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