Here's a look at the all star contestants taking part in All Together Now celebrities special this Christmas eve.
The hit BBC One entertainment show All Together Now is back this evening, with a star-studded celebrity special set to get the nation joining in.
Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, All Together Now sees contestants sing for the 100, television’s largest judging panel.
The 100 is made up of a mix of great singers from every corner of the music industry headed up by Spice Girl, Geri Horner. If they like what they hear, they stand up to join in the song. The more of The 100 that stand up and sing along, the higher the score and the closer the contestant is to being crowned winner.
All Together Now Celebrities will see a host of famous faces singing their hearts out in a bid to get the best scores.
The contestants on the All Together Now Celebrity line up are TOWIE's Gemma Collins, football pundit Chris Kamara, TV host Alison Hammond, EastEnders actress Laurie Brett, rugby player Ben Foden, Love Island's Amber Davies, comedian Omid Djalili, stand up Sara Pascoe and actor Tyger Drew-Honey.
Although not necessarily known for their singing ability, each celebrity will be hoping to give a show-stopping performance that gets as many of the 100 up on their feet and singing along.
The celeb who scores the highest will win the title.
Kate Phillips, Controller Entertainment Commissioning at the BBC, said of the special: “Previously on BBC One we’ve seen celebrities enter the ballroom, the boardroom, the kitchen and take their place in the formidable big black chair.
"But All Together Now may well present them with their toughest challenge yet as they attempt to hit the right notes and get The 100 on their feet. It’s going to be an unforgettable singalong.”
All Together Now celebrities airs at 7:15PM on BBC One, Monday December 24.