The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer returns, as more celebrities enter Britain's most famous tent and put their baking skills to the test, inspiring viewers to do the same and raise awareness for Stand Up To Cancer.
Under the watchful eye of judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, the celebrity bakers take on three challenges, as they make decorated biscuits in the Signature, madeleines in the Technical and a choux sculpture which embodies their secret talent in an ambitious Showstopper.
The stars switching on their mixers to raise some life-saving dough for cancer research are: comedian and creator of Taskmaster Alex Horne; Annie Macmanus, otherwise known as international broadcaster Annie Mac; actor and children's author Ben Miller; actor Blake Harrison;broadcaster Clara Amfo; award-winningcomedian and podcaster Ed Gamble; singer-songwriter and UN ENvironment Ambassador Ellie Goulding.
Joining them across the series are TV presenter Emma Willis; singer-songwriter Example; choirmaster and broadcaster Gareth Malone; actress Katherine Kelly; TV presenter Laura Whitmore; actor, writer and comedian Mawaan Rizwan; Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah; judge, presenter and dancer Motsi Mabuse; comedian, writer and TV presenter Ruby Wax; TV presenter Sophie Morgan; actress Tracy-Ann Oberman,andcomedian and musician Yung Filly.
The Great Celebrity Bake Off returns Tuesday 22nd March at 8pm on Channel 4. Episodes available on All4.