Richard Dreyfuss, Louis Theroux, James Blunt and more are set to compete on 'The Great Celebrity Bake Off' 2020.
The 'Jaws' legend, British documentary-maker and 'Cold' singer will be joined on the star-studded version of the Channel 4 cooking show in aid of Stand Up For Cancer by a host of other stars, including 'The Masked Singer' star Patsy Palmer, 'The One Show' co-host Alex Jones, TV's Judge Rinder, 'This Morning' reporter Alison Hammond, former 'Gogglebox' star Scarlett Moffatt and model-and-DJ Kelly Brook.
The line-up also features 'Queer Eye' fashion expert Tan France, 'The Inbetweeners' star James Buckley, former 'Men Behaving Baldy' star Caroline Quentin, YouTuber and former 'Strictly Come Dancing' finalist Joe Sugg and 'Love Island' 2019 star Ovie Soko.
Plus, comedians Russell Howard, Jenny Eclair, Joel Dommett and Mo Gilligan.
Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood will be deciding the Star Bakers of the five-part series, with Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig also returning to present the charity show.
Sarah Lazenby, Head of Formats and Features at Channel 4, said: "The Great Celebrity Bake Off is a key ingredient in our Stand Up to Cancer recipe.
"We've seen the power of using comedy and entertainment to bring awareness and raise millions of pounds to fund pioneering cancer trials. We hope viewers will enjoy this year's line-up of famous bakers, there's never a dough moment as each bring something fresh and exciting to the tent."
Kieran Smith, the series executive producer, added: "We are thrilled to be partnering up with SU2C once again and helping to raise crucial funds in the fight against cancer."
Previous contestants have included comedians Russell Brand and Harry, 'Our Girl' star Michelle Keegan and Jennifer Saunders.