Celebrity Bake Off 2023: line-up, how to watch and release date

Celebrity Bake off returns to screen in March  (Channel 4/Love Productions/PA)
Celebrity Bake off returns to screen in March (Channel 4/Love Productions/PA)

The celebrity line-up for this year's Stand Up to Cancer episodes on The Great British Bake Off has been revealed.

When the programme returns in 2023, a total of 20 celebrities will converge on the tent to demonstrate their culinary skills and earn money for cancer research.

Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas will co-host the show for the final time and judges Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood will return to give the celebrities' performances a rigorous evaluation.

The show will premiere on Channel 4, and the stars will be given classic Bake Off chores to complete before taking on the Showstopper. These tasks include making a trademark bake and a technical challenge.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Which celebrities are in this year’s Celebrity Bake Off 2023?

  • Former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson

  • Friends actor David Schwimmer, best known for playing Dr Ross Geller

  • TOWIE star Gemma Collins

  • Top Gear co-host Paddy McGuinness

  • Champion diver Tom Daley

  • The Repair Shop’s Jay Blades

  • Taskmaster favourite and actor Mike Wozniak

  • Comedian Rose Matafeo

  • Poet and actor Tim Key

  • Loose Women presenter Coleen Nolan

  • Strictly Come Dancing’s Ellie Taylor

  • I’m a Celebrity’s Adele Roberts

  • Actor David Morrissey

  • Comedian Lucy Beaumont

  • Shaun of the Dead star Jessica Hynes

  • Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas

  • Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Odudu

How to watch Celebrity Bake Off 2023?

Celebrity Bake Off 2023 will air on Channel 4 and will be available on catch-up.

When is Celebrity Bake Off 2023 out?

Celebrity Bake Off will air on Sunday, March 19, at 7.45pm.

During the show, in an effort to win the title of Star Baker and raise money for cancer research, four celebrities will compete against one another over the course of two days each week.

Together with Channel 4, Cancer Research UK has launched the national campaign Stand Up to Cancer, which has so far raised £93 million in the UK.