19 celebrities (and presenter Matt Lucas) will be whipping up a storm in the tent for the annual celebrity charity event.

Presenter Laura Whitmore, former Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac and a fresh batch of other famous faces will enter the 'Bake Off' tent this spring in aid of Stand Up To Cancer as 'The Great Celebrity Bake Off' returns to Channel 4.

Consisting of five episodes, the new season of the celebrity baking show will once again be judged by Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, with Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas on hand as the duo of presenters. However, in a twist for one of the episodes, Lucas will fill the shoes of one of the contestants due to one of the planned celebrities having to pull out last minute.

Lucas said of his surprise involvement in the show: "I was forced to bake by my bosses at the last minute when one of the bakers became unavailable. I can’t tell you how happy I was that my humiliation was caught on camera."

The remainder of the celebrities joining Laura Whitmore, Anie Mac and Matt Lucas are: 'Taskmaster' extraordinaire Alex Horne; actor and children's author Ben Miller; actor Blake Harrison; Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo; comedian and podcaster Ed Gamble; singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding; TV presenter Emma Willis; singer-songwriter Example; broadcaster Gareth Malone; actress Katherine Kelly; writer and comedian Mawaan Rizwan; Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah; dancer Motsi Mabuse; comedian and TV presenter Ruby Wax; TV presenter Sophie Morgan; actress Tracy-Ann Oberman; and comedian and musician Yung Filly.

Here's a rundown of each of the celebrities taking part.

Channel 4 official announced the line-up for the series today which is World Cancer Day. Stand Up To Cancer is a joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 to accelerate ground-breaking cancer research and save more lives. Today also marks 20 years since Cancer Research UK was first formed.

'The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer' airs later this spring.