Celebrity First Dates Hotel will air its first ever celebrity special on Channel 4 this autumn.
Celebrity First Dates Hotel will form part of Channel 4's special Stand Up To Cancer programming.
The channel will once again bring stars from across the worlds of entertainment, music and sport together as they join forces to do their bit in the fight against cancer.
Nestled deep in the exquisite Italian countryside, the First Dates Hotel is about to open its doors to four famous lovelorn singletons as manager Fred Sirieix and his team of cupids roll out the red carpet for the hotel’s first ever celebrity special in support of Stand Up To Cancer.
The four celebrities appearing are Duncan James, Ulrika Jonsson, Pete Wicks and AJ Odudu.
Already turning heads down by the pool is Blue heartthrob and actor Duncan James who is getting ready for his first ever public date as a gay man.
Will it be fourth time lucky for thrice divorced presenter and former weathergirl Ulrika Jonsson as she's love matched with an unsuspecting member of the public?
And with TOWIE Casanova Pete Wicks and outspoken TV Presenter AJ Odudu also checking in to the ultimate Hotel di Amore, fireworks are guaranteed.
Celebrity First Dates Hotel will air on Channel 4 in October.
Also confirmed for Stand Up To Cancer is a new celebrity special of Gogglebox.
Once again, some very famous faces will join Britain’s favourite opinionated viewers for a very special edition of the TV review programme as they pass judgement on a vast array of TV goodness.
In recent years the show has seen an amazing variety of celebrities share a sofa all in the name of charity; from Naomi Campbell and Noel Gallagher, Jamie Dornan and Nick Frost to One Direction’s Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson, Steve Coogan and Anna Friel and pop stars Olly Murs and Niall Horan.
Plus a new special of Celebrity Hunted has been confirmed as pairs of stars attempt to stay off the radar and remain at large for two weeks as a crack team of hunters try to hunt them down.
Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer's season airs this autumn on TV and online via the All4 hub.
You can donate at channel4.com/su2c. 100% of your donation goes to Cancer Research UK in support of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign.