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Celebrities rise to the challenge in The Great Sport Relief Bake Off

February 24th 2016

The final four celebrities will enter The Great Sport Relief Bake Off tent to put their baking skills to the test.

Actress Alison Steadman, comedian Ade Edmondson, singer Will Young and actress and comedian Morgana Robinson will whisk, knead and whip their way through three tricky challenges.

Sarah Millican hosts the fourth episode of the show, which sees judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood setting the stars challenges.

First up, it’s the tricky Signature challenge, where the bakers are asked to create an open top pie. Who will fly through the challenge and will anyone fall at the first hurdle?

The next challenge is the Technical, when the celebrities will be set the difficult task of creating a salmon roulade. Will the fishy dish cause problems in the tent?

Finally for the Showstopper bake, Mary and Paul will set the brief of creating a momentous life experience out of cupcakes. But which of the bakes will measure up to the exacting standards of the judges and who will win the coveted Star Baker Apron?

The celebrities are baking for Sport Relief to inspire people at home to do the same, and raise money to transform people's lives in the UK and across the world's poorest communities.

During the episode viewers will also see presenter Clare Balding visit Kenya to see how donations from Sport Relief can help change the lives of disabled children.

You can watch The Great Sport Relief Bake Off on BBC One at 8pm.

Don’t forget you can also Get Baking for Sport Relief. To order your kit, which will include special recipes, visit sportrelief.com/bake-off-kit.

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