Channel 4 has announced the famous faces taking part in The Great Celebrity British Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer.
Twenty celebrities from the worlds of film, music, sport and entertainment will be donning their pinnies to make their best baked creations across five special episodes.
Matt Lucas will be on hand to support the celebs through the various challenges set by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
The celebrities rolling up their sleeves and doing their bit to raise awareness for Stand Up To Cancer are:
The world-famous Scottish actor is known for his chilling role in psychological thriller Split and for his portrayal of the telepathic genius Professor X in X-Men. Will he be psyched out by the baking challenge or will it be a question of mind over batter?
Dame Kelly Holmes
The double Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes has winning in her blood and will be hoping to take a running leap over the tent’s technical hurdles.
The scouse stand-up comedian John Bishop might have to charm the judges with his panache over his ganache.
Known most famously for her role as the lightsaber wielding Rey in Star Wars, Daisy Ridley will be hoping the force awakens her bakin’ to bag her the Star Baker apron.
Stacey Dooley became a household name through her hard-hitting documentaries Stacey Dooley Investigates. She’s no stranger to a celebrity competition, having won Strictly back in 2018. Will her pastry impress as much as her Paso Doble?
Comedian Tom Allen finally gets a piece of the pie in the iconic tent, as the co-host of Bake Off’s after-show An Extra Slice goes from critiquing showstoppers to creating them.
The Little Mix superstar Jade Thirlwall will be swapping songs for scones, but will the singer be able to get her Kitchenaid little mixer to work in her favour?
Novelist, presenter and comedian David Baddiel was part of the trio behind the iconic ‘Three Lions’ England football song, but will he be more successful than our national side and bring the star apron home?
JJ Olatunji (KSI)
The YouTuber turned boxing champ KSI is no stranger to a showstopper, and he’ll be hoping his baked goods are a knockout with judges Prue and Paul.
Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan is a pillar of panel shows, including 8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, A League of Their Own and QI. She’ll be sure to bring some laughs to the tent, although hopefully it won’t be because of her baking skills.
The TV presenter and wheelchair basketballer Ade Adepitan won bronze at the 2004 Paralympics, but when it comes to Bake Off he’ll be going for gold with a slam-dunk showstopper.
The psychotherapist and author Philippa Perry has had lots of decorating practice on Grayson’s Art Club with her husband Grayson Perry, but can Perry be the cherry on the cake among the competition?
The Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw has entertained the nation on his breakfast and drive time shows, he can talk the talk, he can walk the walk, but can he bake the cake?
From Strictly to Loose Women to starring on stage in The Bodyguard musical, Alexandra Burke is one talented individual. The X Factor winner even held her own in a duet with Beyoncé, in comparison Bake Off will be a piece of cake.
The London rapper Dizzee Rascal has bagged Brit Awards, Mobo Awards and the Mercury Prize to boot. His latest challenge: sending Prue and Paul Bonkerz with his delicious bakes.
Essex-born singer Anne-Marie made waves with her hit single ‘Ciao Adios’ and has featured on songs with fellow celebrity baker Dizzee Rascal. Her debut album was entitled Speak Your Mind, something best not said to Paul Hollywood.
Nadine Coyle has already revealed to the nation how much she loves baking and working with flour, and the Northern Irish singer is ready to put her amateur baking skills to the test in the notoriously tricky tent.
The award-winning broadcaster Anneka Rice has been called the UK’s action girl, presenting shows such as Challenge Anneka and Sporting Chance. Only time will tell if Rice will rise to this new challenge.
The Inside No. 9 star won an RTS Award for his comedy performance in the series, but will Reece Shearsmith be able to beat his fellow celebrities like eggs and win the coveted star baker apron?
Known for his trademark cheeky grin, comedian Rob Beckett might have to sweet talk the judges if he fails to impress them with his sweet treats.
The Great Celebrity British Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer will air on Channel 4 in the spring.