The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer is coming back to our screens in the next few months with an all-star cast of 20 celebs heading to the tent this spring. The exact date hasn’t been announced but we can be sure that this series will be here before the main series starts up again next August.
Who’s on Celebrity Bake Off 2020?
This year we’ll be seeing some of the most exciting stars ever heading into the Bake Off tent. British Queer Eye star and fashion expert Tan France will be baking up a storm alongside the likes of Judge Rinder and This Morning presenter Alison Hammond. Legendary documentary presenter Louis Theroux will also be hoping to avoid a soggy bottom as he joins the Celebrity Bake Off cast.
There are sure to be plenty of laughs in the tent as a whole host of comedians are also set to take part in the series – including stand-ups Mo Gilligan, Jenny Eclair and Russell Howard, as well as Inbetweeners star James Buckley (aka Jay) and comedian-turned-I’m A Celeb presenter Joel Dommett.
Hollywood actor Richard Dreyfuss, tennis pro Johanna Konta, Youtuber and Strictly star Joe Sugg, Countdown’s Carol Vorderman, model Kelly Brook, Love Island’s Ovie Soko, Goggleboxer-turned-presenter Scarlett Moffatt, Eastenders’ Patsy Palmer (aka Bianca Butcher), actress and presenter Caroline Quentin, presenter Alex Jones and ‘You’re Beautiful’ singer James Blunt complete the all-star line-up.
How does Celebrity Bake Off work?
The celebrity version of the show is pretty similar to the main Great British Bake-Off as contestants compete to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with a Signature, Technical and Showstopper Challenge. However, in the celeb version, four celebs appear in each episode – meaning this series will last for five episodes.