Five brand new episodes of 'Bake Off' are on their way to our screens very soon, with the celebrity edition arriving next Tuesday.

Last year's version saw TV host Carol Vorderman, 'Queer Eye' stylist Tan France, Comedian Jenny Eclair, 'Inbetweeners' star James Buckley, and YouTuber Joe Sugg all be crowned Star Baker in each of their episodes.

Here's a rundown of which 20 stars will be appearing in this year's series.

First up, it's our very own Nadine Coyle. The Girls Aloud singer and 'I'm A Celeb' contestant will be hoping not to let the Irish side down. YouTuber and musician KSI will also feature on the series.

Another singer in the tent this year will be Jade Thirlwall from Little Mix, hoping that without her fellow bandmates she can hold her cool on her own. Daisy Ridley from the 'Star Wars' franchise will be honing her Jedi skills in the hopes of becoming her episode's Star Baker.

Hollywood superstar and 'X-Men' star James McAvoy will be flying the Scottish flag, and Alexandra Burke will be hoping that there won't be an elephant in the room for her baking debut.

Dizzee Rascal has swapped making music for baking, while radio presenter and former 'X-Factor' judge Nick Grimshaw will also be in the mix.

Tom Allen, best known for being the host of 'The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice', will be feeling the pressure this series too, alongside pop star Anne Marie.

TV presenter and Paralympian Ade Adepitan will discover whether the Paralympics or 'Bake Off' is more stressful, while novelist and psychotherapist Philippa Perry will be analysing her skillset for the challenge.

TV presenter and journalist Stacey Dooley will be investigating if she can keep up with her fellow 'Bake Off' contestants, while actor and comedian Reece Shearsmith will be rising to the challenge.

Comedian and 'The Duchess' star Katherine Ryan will be in the tent, and so will David Baddiel, best known for his stand-up and his children's books.

Welsh TV presenter and 2019 'Strictly' contestant Anneka Rice is here, as well as funnyman and all-round nice guy John Bishop.

And finally, the last two celebs in the tent will be retired athlete Dame Kelly Holmes and comedian Rob Beckett. The latter will be hoping for anything but a soggy bottom as he takes on Daisy Ridley, Alexandra Burke, and Tom Allen in his episode.

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The first episode begins on Tuesday, March 9 on Channel 4 at 8 PM. Judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith will be joined by solo host Matt Lucas.