The first to host in south London is fashion journalist Robert Johnston, who serves a starter of Stilton ice cream and tomato sorbet and slow roasted pork with chili and fennel.
It's day two in south London and trainee aqua-aerobics instructor Jennifer Joseph is determined to keep it real with a mountain of home-cooked Caribbean food.
In south London, bricklayer Joe Kempster loves food, football and a good drinks, and prides himself on making all his dishes from scratch, but after he annoyed everyone on Tuesday, can Joe win over his wary guests?
It's Karen Hill's turn to host in south London; Karen's determined to impress, but perhaps she's trying a little too hard by making a whopping seven dishes of food.
It's the final day of the competition in south London and the turn of laid-back host Majid Ravandi with his easy-going approach to cooking.
First to host in Birmingham is canal-boat stewardess Denise Hendon, who, by her own admission, is not the world's greatest cook, but she hopes a night of Moroccan-themed revelry will do the job.
In Birmingham, lady of leisure Daniella Lawler plans to wow her guests with a four course Italian-inspired menu.
Office administrator Angela McFarlane plans a fun-filled evening complete with a limbo competition.
In Birmingham, the penultimate host of the week is electrician Elliot Jauncey who, despite a lack of dinner party experience, is planning a top-class menu featuring not one, but two desserts.
The last to host in Birmingham is the devilishly good-looking French foodie Jean-Benoit Burloux, who plans a fabulous four-course menu including a salad of crab in a bird's nest.
The first to host in Edinburgh is 28-year-old Andy Daykin, who has opted for a somewhat clichéd Scottish-themed dinner party, complete with haggis, bagpipes, whisky and cranachan.
Hostess Irena Magdolowic is serving a Polish menu; having been bored by the conversation last night, Irena plans to ban any political chat and replace it instead with a night of traditional Polish food and entertainment.
In Edinburgh, it's self-confessed cougar Liz Grant's turn; having flirted with 28-year-old Andy for the last two nights, she is determined to make her move; Andy is so worried that he's vowed never to let himself be alone in her house.
The host is PA and rock chick, 26-year-old Michelle Lindsay; so far, she's been served up all sorts of nasty treats, so she is fairly confident that it won't be too hard to wow her guests with her bizarre array of dishes.
The host is Italian-born food snob, Toni Giugliano; Toni thinks that he has been served up poor food all week and tonight is his chance to take the prize by impressing his guests with his specially created Scottish/Italian menu.