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Beat the Chef: What's going on with Andi's jumpsuit? Does she change her clothes?

Beat the Chef is a brand new cookery competition in 2019. The Channel 4 show sees an amateur chef go head to head with a professional in a bid to win a huge cash prize.

Each episode is just 30 minutes long with 25 episodes making up the first series.

The Observer dubbed the show ‘Masterchef meets The Chase’ – if the chefs cook well they get to move up the money ladder but if they lose they go home with nothing.

The show’s host, Andi Oliver, is a familiar face on TV and radio and she even had a singing career.

She’s fantastic at presenting the show, but what is going on with Andi’s jumpsuit on Beat the Chef?

Pictured: Andi Oliver, Clodagh Mckenna

Beat the Chef: Andi’s jumpsuit

For all 25 episodes of the show, Andi sported the same floaty pink jumpsuit.

While many took to the internet assuming that Andi never changed her clothes in 25 episodes, we’d guess that the filming for Beat the Chef was done in a much shorter space of time than it looks.

The Channel 4 show also may have wanted some continuity, therefore, keeping Andi in the same outfit.

Alternatively, Andi may have had multiple versions of the same look. And if you like her jumpsuit, you can buy a similar one online here.

Screen Shot: Beat the Chef – Channel 4

Beat the Chef on Twitter

Twitter users have become concerned over Andi’s wardrobe choice on Beat the Chef.

One asked if Andi “ever changes her clothes” while another said: “I’m really sick of seeing that pink dress now”.

The pink jumpsuit has gained almost as much attention as the food on the show with some suggesting that the outfit could stand up on its own after being worn so much.

Andi’s glasses have also made it onto Twitter as one user asked if “they were ever used” and that “they look welded to her head”.

Episode 25: Beat the Chef

The first ever series of Beat the Chef came to an end on Friday, June 28th.

The cooking competition is made up of 25 episodes which are all available to watch via Channel 4’s ALL4 website.

The four house chefs ready to take on the budding professionals are Mark Sargeant, Clodagh Mckenna, James Tanner and Frederick Forster.



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After studying for her BA in Journalism at Solent University, Helen went straight into writing for GRV Media as years of binge-watching the Real Housewives of Atlanta finally started to pay off. Helen has been with the company for over three years, writing about reality TV and specialising in USA and UK content. Outside of work you’ll find her rustling up Nigella’s latest recipes, or at the beach walking her dog.