Who will be presenting GBBO 2020?
Channel 4 has confirmed that comedian, writer and actor Matt Lucas will replace Sandi Toksvig, who is leaving the show to pursue other projects, including a brand new show coming to Channel 4 - The Write Offs - which is centred around the theme of adult literacy.
Lucas will join Noel, Paul and Prue to present the 2020 main series, which will air around Autumn of this year. On his new role, he stated, "I’m chuffed to bits to be joining the most delicious show on television... And bearing in mind my love of cake, I’ve already ordered some much larger trousers in anticipation. See you in the tent!"
We won't be getting this major change just yet. Sandi, Noel, Prue and Paul will all be presenting and judging on The Great Celebrity Bake Off.
When does The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C air?
The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer is now airing on a weekly basis at 8pm on Channel 4.
It is a five-part series, with a different line-up of bakers every episode. On each show, four celebrities will compete against one another to be crowned star baker, and it will all be done in the name of raising money for Cancer Research UK.
In these modern times, you don't just have to watch the bakers struggle with a technical recipe the traditional way. Instead, you can watch on All 4 – live or on-demand with catch-up through a wide range of devices including smart TVs, games consoles, media streamers, phones and tablets.
Who is competing on The Great Celebrity Bake Off?
This year the producers have managed to wrangle in possibly the most well-known line-up ever, with a wide range of familiar faces from the big and small screen. These include:
- Actor Richard Dreyfuss
- Documentary host Louis Theroux
- Tennis player Johanna Konta
- TV presenter Carol Vorderman
- Queer Eye star Tan France
- Singer James Blunt
- TV Presenter and actress Caroline Quentin
- Presenter Alex Jones
- TV judge Rob Rinder
- TV Personality Scarlett Moffatt
- Comedian Mo Gilligan
- Presenter Kelly Brook
- This Morning's Alison Hammond
- Love Island star and sports personality Ovie Soko
- Eastenders actress Patsy Palmer
- YouTuber Joe Sugg
- Comedian Joel Dommett
- Actor James Buckley
- Comedian Russell Howard
- Comedian and author Jenny Eclair
Who won GBBO 2019?
The final of The Great British Bake Off came down to three contestants; David, Steph and Alice. By managing to keep his cool and execute a winning showstopper, David scooped up the Bake Off trophy, despite Steph being a favourite going into the finale.
How to watch Bake Off 2019 from outside the UK
As per usual, The Great Celebrity Bake Off will be available through regular UK broadcast TV (however you get your TV), airing on Channel 4.
If you want to watch from outside the UK - such as the US, where you might know it as The Great British Baking Show - then you'll need to use a VPN (virtual private network) like NordVPN so it appears you're device is local if you want to watch along with the UK on the Channel 4 website. For more details see our article on watching Bake Off from abroad.
How to apply to be on the GBBO
If you're a budding baker and would like to apply for Bake Off, then unfortunately 2020's applications are now closed. However, they will most likely reopen for 2021 later on this year. Keep an eye out on the official sign-up page.