Burger King Just Partnered With These Celebrities For 3 New Meals

It's always exciting when celebrities team up with restaurants and chains to create specialty items showcasing their favorite orders. Knowing what your favorite singers, actors, or internet personalities are eating is like an inside look into who they are as real people. Luckily for us, starting on September 12, Burger King is offering a lineup of menu items featuring three new celebrity partnerships (via Chewboom).

The fast food chain is expanding on its promise of delivering real food by creating the "Keep It Real Meals" promotion, that include meals selected by Chase Hudson, Larissa Machado, and Cornell Haynes Jr. If you don't recognize any of these names right off the bat, you wouldn't be alone. These are the real names of singers Lil' Huddy, Anitta, and Nelly, respectively. The partnership is all about being real — real food, real names, real favorites. Each celebrity also hand-picked the meal they'd order at Burger King, which feature some delicious sounding options. 

Here's what's inside each new celebrity meal

These three meals are as varied as the makers' musical styles, meaning there's surely something for everyone, according to Chewboom. The Chase Hudson meal includes a hand-breaded Spicy Ch'King with cheese and a four-piece order of mozzarella sticks. Wash all of this down with the included 16-oz chocolate shake. If you don't eat meat, you might enjoy the Larissa Machado Meal. This option includes an Impossible Whopper with all the fixings (lettuce, tomato, pickles, ketchup and mustard). You'll also get a side of small fries and a small Sprite.

Last but certainly not least, the Cornell Haynes Jr. meal is perfect for anyone that likes a simple burger and fry combo. This choice includes a classic flame-grilled Whopper topped with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, mayo, and ketchup. Like the Larissa Machado Meal, you'll also get small fries and a small Sprite. In addition to the announcement of the "Keep It Real Meals," the Whopper chain also announced they were banning 120 different artificial ingredients in their food. "By banning these 120 ingredients from our food, we're offering guests an easy choice – delicious food made with quality ingredients," said Ellie Doty, the company's chief marketing officer (via Penn Live). Royal Perks members can purchase any of the "Keep It Real Meals" for just $6 starting September 12.