Great British Bake Off celebrities line up CONFIRMED for charity special

A line up of celebrities for Great British Bake Off’s All Star edition have been confirmed.


Just like when it was on BBC One, the Great British Bake Off on Channel 4 will see a number of celebrity shows for charity.

During its time on the BBC, Bake Off aired specials for both Sport Relief and Comic Relief while Channel 4’s charity version will be in aid of Stand Up For Cancer.

Channel 4 has revealed the cast of celebrities taking part.

Great British Bake Off celebrities line up

In the first episode, the four brave celebrities ushered into the Bake Off tent were comedian Harry Hill, Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp, actor and writer Roisin Conaty, and veteran broadcaster Bill Turnbull.

Taking part in Episode 2 were Countdown’s Nick Hewer, singer and TV personality Stacey Solomon, The Kaiser Chiefs’ Ricky Wilson and dance troupe Diversity’s Perri Kiely

In episode three were musical comedian Tim Minchin, Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party Ruth Davidson, Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing and singer Ella Eyre.


In last week’s fourth episode are comedian Joe Lycett, comedian and actor and presenter Griff Rhys Jones, Broadcaster Melanie Sykes and comedian Lee Mack.

In TONIGHT’s fifth and final episode are author and Host/Creator of the YouTube channel Hatching Change Teri Hatcher, Paralympic gold medallist Kadeena Cox, comedian Alan Carr and comedian and actor Aisling Bea.

The charity specials see a new line up of all star names each week who take part in three challenges before one celeb is crowned Star Baker.

The Great British Bake Off celebrity specials will conclude tonight Tuesday, April 3 at 8PM on Channel 4.

The Celebrity editions will follow the first main series of Great British Bake Off which aired last autumn on Channel 4.

It was the first series in a new three year deal with the channel after its move from the BBC One, and proved a hit with over 10 million viewers for the final.

Restaurateur, food writer and novelist Prue Leith will be joining Paul Hollywood as judge while Sandi Toksvig OBE and Noel Fielding will host the show.


While there may be some new faces, everything else remained the same from the tent to the innuendo.

Channel 4’s episodes of Bake Off will run for 75 minutes, albeit with adverts, while The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice also returned with Jo Brand staying as host.