Clarke Peters is trying to find out which Rolling Stones song she sang on – so she can claim royalties for it.
The actor, 70, who is best known for playing detective Lester Freamon in The Wire, is currently competing on Celebrity MasterChef.
In addition to his acting career, the artist also provided backing vocals for hits such as Boogie Nights by Heatwave in 1977.
Claim: Celebrity MasterChef star Clarke Peters is trying to find out which Rolling Stones song she sang on – so she can claim her royalties
In an interview with The Mirror, he said: “The one I did for the Stones… I don’t remember what it was.
“I got maybe 35 or 40 lek for it and I was away.
“Then 30 years later, they say, ‘You know what? If you can figure out which songs you were on, you can get the leftovers.”
Money talks: The Wire star hopes to do something after performing with the British rockers
Meanwhile, Clarke’s MasterChef co-star Chris Eubank has been stealing the show since it started.
The former middleweight champion may not have won over judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode with his food on the show during Thursday night’s episode, however, he certainly entertained viewers at home with his chaotic appearance on the BBC show.
The boxer, 55, took part in heated bouts alongside Mel Blatt, Gareth Malone and Cliff Parisi and tried to impress the judges.
Giggles: Chris Eubank left MasterChef viewers in stitches during Thursday night’s episode with his ‘funny’ antics
However, as the episode began, Chris had fans laughing at his unbelievable comments throughout.
Ahead of the first challenge, he predicted he would do better than all the other contestants, stating that they ‘complain’ a lot as he said: ‘You’re here, so let people see your light.’
Chris quickly ran into challenges with the dreaded use of a pasta maker, but never wavered as he said: “Once you’ve been kicked in the teeth by Nigel Benn, you’re used to fear.”
Animated: As the episode began, Chris had fans laughing at his incredible comments throughout
Another hilarious moment came with John and Gregg asking Chris if he had tasted his pesto before serving it, to which he confidently replied: ‘I can taste it with my eyes.’
MasterChef viewers were left in stitches at his appearance, with one writing on Twitter: ‘Chris Eubank on MasterChef is the gift that keeps on giving. Never mind cooking in a three-piece suit…’
Another said: ‘Celebrity Masterchef is on and I’m introduced to the weird and wonderful wonder that is Chris Eubank….That man is weird but funny.’
“If you’re not watching Chris Eubank on masterchef you’re missing out I have to tell you,” wrote a third.
Taste: Before the first challenge, he predicted that he would do better than all the other contestants, stating that they ‘complain’ a lot.
A fourth commented: ‘I honestly can’t get over how funny Chris Eubank is on #celebritymasterchef.’
“Need Chris Eubank cooking in his bespoke suit – sir #MasterChef,” gushed another
Another fan suggested: ‘The Celebrity Masterchef cast member who thought of Chris Eubank deserves a pay rise.’
Chris Eubank should have his cooking show, read the news and weather forecast and present Question Time. #Master chef
Chris Eubank on Celebrity Masterchef is everything I could have ever hoped for. I felt… alive.’
The Expert: Another funny moment came with John and Gregg asking Chris if he had tasted his pesto before serving it, to which he confidently replied: ‘I can taste it with my eyes.’
Reaction: MasterChef viewers were left in stitches by Chris’ appearance
Ahead of the shows – Chris said he was keen to win the Celebrity series, with the sportsman insisting his cooking skills are exemplary.
Not known for his modesty, he said: ‘My dishes now, there are no words.’
He added to the Radio Times: “You’ll see on the show where I cook a simple dish, it even knocked me off my feet.”
Bold claims: Chris said he was keen to win the Celebrity series, with the sportsman insisting his cooking skills are exemplary
And Chris pulled no punches when it came to his battle speech for his fellow contestants.
He said: “It’s almost like I had to teach him what the relationship between the chef and the food is.
“They just had no idea how to love the food and the process.
“The difference with my food is the love that is in it.”
Fight talk: Not known for his modesty, the former middleweight champion said: ‘Cooking now, no words’ (Chris, left, with Carl Thompson, right, in 1998)