The line-up for this year’s charity edition of The Great British Bake-Off has been announced by Channel 4.
Judge Paul Hollywood will be joined in the famous white tent by stars including Chatty Man’s Alan Carr and Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing.
Comedian Harry Hill, former X Factor star Stacey Solomon and broadcaster will take part in the show, in aid of charity Stand up to Cancer.
Other stars included in the lineup are stand-up comics Lee Mack and Joe Lycett, singer Ella Eyre and journalist Bill Turnbull.
Tory politician Ruth Davidson and Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox are also due to participate.
The spin-off, set to air later this year, will see celebs battle it out to be crowned ‘star baker’ in each episode and tackling the technical, showstopper and signature challenges.
All proceeds will go to Cancer Research UK.
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