The full line up of celebrities taking part in Great British Bake Off's celebrity specials in 2019 have been revealed.
A whole host of famous faces ranging from TV presenters to Olympians will be entering the tent over the next few weeks.
Just like in the main show, they'll take on three baking challenges in order to impress judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood.
There will be five episodes of The Great Celebrity British Bake Off 2019, staring Tuesday, March 5 at 8pm on Channel 4.
Great Celebrity British Bake Off 2019 contestants
The full line up of celebrities on the Celebrity GBBO specials this year includes John Lithgow, Jeremy Paxman, Sally Lindsay, Michelle Keegan, Jon Richardson, Russell Brand, Russell Tovey, Greg Wise, Jess Phillips MP, James Acaster, Big Narstie and Nicola Adams.
Joining them over the five brand new episodes will be Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Caroline Flack, Hannah Cockroft, Joe Wilkinson, Johnny Vegas, Georgia Toffolo, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, and Rylan Clark-Neal.
Sarah Lazenby, Channel 4 Head of Formats and Features said: “Stand Up To Cancer has become a force to be reckoned with in the fight against cancer.
"As part of the fundraising campaign this year’s special celebrity editions of Bake Off managed to raise millions of pounds to fund ground breaking cancer trials.
"We hope to do the same again next year with our brilliant line up of famous bakers – all of whom bring their unique skills to the infamous tent. Expect some great bakes, a dollop of disasters, and lots and lots of laughs.”
Kieran Smith, Bake Off's Executive Producer added: “All of us have been affected by cancer in some way or other and Love are proud to once again partner with Stand Up To Cancer.
"We hope the prospect of 20 famous bakers sweating it out in our famous white tent proves hugely entertaining, but most importantly helps raise vital funds for a very worthwhile cause.”
The first ever Celebrity Bake Off on Channel 4 aired in 2018.
Celebs who took part included comedian Harry Hill, Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp, actor and writer Roisin Conaty, veteran broadcaster Bill Turnbull, Countdown's Nick Hewer, singer and TV personality Stacey Solomon, The Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson and dance troupe Diversity's Perri Kiely.
The Great British Bake Off's latest main series - its tenth overall - will air later in 2019.