Nova radio host Chrissie Swan looks happy, healthy and glowing on-set of Celebrity MasterChef after giving up alcohol earlier this year
And Nova radio host Chrissie Swan looked happy, healthy and glowing as she was spotted for the first time on-set of Celebrity MasterChef earlier this month.
The 47-year-old was joined by her famous castmates – Packed To The Rafters actress Rebecca Gibney, AFL star Riewoldt and Socceroos great Archie Thompson.
Looking great! Nova radio host Chrissie Swan looked happy, healthy and glowing on-set of Celebrity MasterChef this month after giving up alcohol earlier this year
The radio and TV personality was dressed casually in stone-wash jeans with fraying at the knees.
She added a button-down navy shirt to her ensemble, some green New Balance sneakers and a pair of large gold hoop earrings.
Chrissie gave up alcohol earlier this year following Melbourne’s notorious 112-day lockdown.
Casual: The radio and TV star was dressed casually in stone-wash jeans with fraying at the knees
In March, she said she was feeling better than ever following a booze-free night of karaoke with a girlfriend.
‘Booze-free activity degree of difficulty: 10 = karaoke. UNLOCKED! I can’t quite believe it but it IS POSSIBLE. Fresh as a daisy this morning and I still have my voice!’ she wrote alongside a selfie of the pair.
In April, the Melbourne-based mother-of-three said her sleep had also improved since giving up alcohol.
Booze free: Chrissie gave up alcohol earlier this year following Melbourne’s notorious 112-day lockdown, which ended in October 2020
‘I stopped drinking booze of any kind (alcohol is diabolical for sleep and anxiety too)’ she explained, as she detailed a sleep study she was taking part in.
Chrissie co-hosts Chrissie, Sam & Browny on Nova 100 with Sam Pang and Jonathan Brown.
Earlier this month, Channel Ten he unveiled the full line-up of the show, including an Olympic swimming legend and a pop star.
They include Gordon Ramsay’s daughter Tilly, G, Offspring actor Matthew Le Nevez and fashion designer Collette Dinnigan.
They will appear alongside Olympic hero Ian Thorpe, singer Dami Im and comedian Dilruk Jayasinha.
Judges Melissa Leong, Andy Allen and Jock Zonfrillo will be fronting the show.
Channel 10 announced it was bringing back Celebrity MasterChef in May, 12 years after it last aired.
The network confirmed reports it was reviving the 2009 format by sharing an Instagram post that read: ‘Get ready… Celebrity MasterChef is coming.’
Following the announcement, judge Jock revealed a ‘sports star, a famous actor and an Australian icon’ would be among the cast.
‘Cannot wait for this! Coming very soon,’ he added at the time.
Celebrity MasterChef last aired in 2009, and featured the likes of Michelle Bridges, Rachael Finch, Josh Thomas, Kirk Pengilly, Alex Perry and Eamon Sullivan.
Rumours first emerged in April that Channel 10 was planning on reviving the series, with New Idea reporting the format had received ‘the go-ahead’.