Lee Mack, Martin Kemp, Harry Hill and Teri Hatcher are amongst the celebrities who have signed up to take part in The Great British Bake Off celebrity specials.
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Many of the 20 celebrities have a decidedly Channel 4 flavour, featuring the likes of Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing, Countdown’s Nick Hewer and Chatty Man Alan Carr.
The celebs will be stripped across five episodes as they bake in aid of Stand Up To Cancer. Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will again be hosting, while Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith also return to judge.
Comedians Aisling Bea, Griff Rhys Jones, Roisin Conaty, Joe Lycett and Tim Minchin have also signed up to take part.
The rest of the confirmed celebrities are presenters Melanie Sykes and Stacey Solomon, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, former BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull, Paralympian Kadeena Cox, singer Ella Eyre, Kaiser Chiefs’ Ricky Wilson and Diversity’s Perri Keily.
No doubt Teri will be hoping she doesn’t have to resort to Desperate measures and Jamie will be making some Chelsea buns.
I’ll get my coat.