BAKE Off fans are delighted to be getting an extra portion of their favourite show.
The celebrity version of the show continues TONIGHT with some more much-loved familiar faces have a whale of a time in the iconic tent. Here’s what you need to know…
Who will be appearing on the celebrity version of Bake Off?
Comedians Harry Hill and Lee Mack will star alongside musicians Ricky Wilson and Martin Kemp.
TV presenters Stacey Solomon and Melanie Sykes will also get stuck into the baking.
Here is the final line-up of the 20 celebrities taking part:
What will happen on the celebrity version of Bake Off? And when can I watch it?
The show is to raise money for Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer.
The celebrity version of the show kicked off on March 6, at 8pm on Channel 4 and continues TONIGHT (March 13) .
The show follows the same format but on a smaller scale and is being shown in five parts.
It will be in the usual tent, with the bakers going through fifteen different challenges and a winner being chosen.
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Who will be judging the celebrity version of Bake Off? And who will be presenting the show?
The judges will be Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
Prue joined the line-up last year after Mary Berry quit when the show moved to Channel 4.
Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig, who also joined for the most recent series, will be presenting this show.
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