This week on Tattoo Fixers on Holiday they open their doors to Lee who had a naughty encounter while naked in Magaluf which is stopping him from tying the knot. Bex whose stinker of a cat tat has left her feeling unloved, and surrogate mum Vickie who wants something to represent her extended family. Meanwhile Sketch is taking on Dylan and his disrespectful holiday tattoo he got in the name of banter, Alice is helping out Nikki whose poor husband Curt has been mistakenly mugged off by her rather unfortunate tattoo fail and Glen creates an elegant design for Emma who has overcome a brave battle with Anorexia.
A helicopter crashes leaving five people badly injured and the air ambulance team are scrambled to the rescue. A couple on a cycling holiday are thrown 30ft after a collision with a car and a charity walk in the Three Peaks keeps the paramedics busy.
The 2005 murder of young photographer Teresa Halbach shocked the central Wisconsin community of Manitowoc County. A grisly crime scene of her burned bones was discovered at the family auto salvage business of Steven Avery, recently released from prison after serving 18 years for a rape he didn't commit. Two years earlier, DNA evidence exonerated him. But now arrested, charged and convicted of the photographer's murder, Avery's case becomes the subject of the popular documentary Making A Murderer, on Netflix, in which defence attorneys cast doubt on Avery's guilt once again.
After four weeks of intense competition it's the first of the semi-finals, and the best eight cooks remain. Tonight’s show kicks off with the celebrities’ toughest challenge so far – cooking a feast for 120 staff and volunteers at the Royal National Lifeboat Institute in Poole, Dorset, in specially constructed marquee kitchens – so conditions are tough! Split into two teams, it’s a race against the clock as the celebrities must design and create four mouth-watering dishes each (a meat, fish and vegetarian dish, and dessert) from a selection of ingredients including chickens, pork loin, smoked haddock and lemon sole, as well as a selection of fruit and vegetables, and herbs and spices.
Next it’s back to the MasterChef kitchen, where they face an Invention Test with a difference. Each contestant is given one hour and twenty minutes to create a dessert to keep them in the competition.
At the end of this challenge more celebrities will be going home, and their dream of being Celebrity MasterChef champion 2017 will be over.
It's the last of the semi-finals and the remaining six celebrity cooks continue to battle for the MasterChef title.
Their first task is the Great British Takeaway Challenge. Each of the benches in the MasterChef Kitchen contains a different coloured box containing the ingredients to make much loved British take-away – either fish and chips, Indian chicken curry or a burger and fries. The celebrities must pick a bench at random and then cook the dish that’s on it perfectly to stay in the competition.
Next, the remaining five celebrities face their most daunting challenge yet – to prepare a high tea to celebrate the life and works of Britain’s’ greatest ever landscape gardener, Lancelot “Capability” Brown – for some of the country’s finest gardening experts.
However, they won’t be cooking their own dishes. They will be cooking a specially designed menu created by of one the country’s greatest pastry chefs –Cherish Finden. Under her guidance, and following a recipe, they will each have to recreate one of her creations, but to succeed they will have to master ideas and techniques they could never have imagined.
Finally, it’s back to the MasterChef kitchen, where the final five must each create one exceptional dish inspired by someone close to them. The celebrities must impress John and Gregg by showing that they can put passion into their dishes, and have the heart and determination to remain in the competition. The greatest cooks in the world are able to show emotion through their food, will our remaining cooks be able to do the same?
For the cook who doesn’t make the grade, their competition will be over. The remaining four will go through to Finals Week, taking a step closer to being crowned 2017 Celebrity MasterChef champion.
In the final episode, the three remaining teams take part in the ultimate Pure Imagination Challenge where in the Unplanned Build, the teams are challenged to create a build that reflects the inner workings of a child’s storytelling imagination. They must each listen to a six-year old child’s story and then have three hours to recreate their story and inject playability into their builds. The best two teams then go head-to-head in the Final Master Build where they have two weeks to realise a master creation measuring 2 x 2 metres and using up to 500,000 bricks each. The build must incorporate a central structure and an environment utilising all the skills they have been tested on and developed throughout the competition. The build will take place at The Design Museum and judged by Lego enthusiast, Dara O’Briain.
The Fixers continue to tackle extreme beauty blunders from around the country. This week there’s a shock clinic returnee, Henry. He keeps it in the family and brings in his sister Rebecca, who’s desperate to fix her grisly shredded ear lobe. Dr Esho has his work cut out with Simon’s shockingly deep forehead crease, while Daniel gives despairing alopecia sufferer Georgia, the hair she’s always dreamed of. About to meet their online boyfriend for the very first time is gender fluid Ru, who is having a complete image crisis and is in need of help from Danny and April. Alex teams up with Daniel to take Ife’s chemical hair disaster from balls up to Beyonce – making her so Sasha Fierce even Jay Z would double take!