The five-episode series will air as a part of the Stand Up To Cancer annual broadcast looking to raise money for the charity. The date for the series is unconfirmed by Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will return to present, Line Of Best Fit report.
Eyre and Wilson will appear alongside a 20-strong line-up of celebrities including, comedians Aisling Bea and Joe Lycett, Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp, and Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, Alan Carr, Lee Mack, Griff Rhys Jones, Roisin Conaty, Tim Minchin, Teri Hatcher and Harry Hill.
Meanwhile, last year Ella Eyre spoke to NME promising fans that new material is coming very soon – and that it will be ‘more pop than ever’.
‘The Great British Bake Off’ ended late last year with drama as judge Prue Leith accidentally tweeted the result of The Great British Bake Off final before it had aired.
Recounting the blunder, she revealed that it was “one of the worst half an hours [of my life],” she said. “I felt suicidal, awful,” Leith continued. “The thing that upset me the most was that this would take attention off the winner. And Sophie has worked for months and months for this moment.