In alphabetical order, we present:
Who? She’s a former CBBC presenter who recently helmed EastEnders Extra on BBC One.
What are her chances? Bookmakers Ladbrokes have her at 16/1. She’s certainly very smiley and, having run the London marathon a few years ago, not exactly lacking in determination.
Who? She’s a comedienne, actor and TV presenter. The one from Mel and Sue who’s not a lesbian. She co-starred in Ben Elton’s ill-fated sitcom Blessed, co-presented Richard Hammond’s ill-fated teatime show on ITV and appeared on Channel 4’s ill-fated breakfast show RI:SE.
What are her chances? She’s at 12/1 with Ladbrokes. She's unlikely to win, but she'll probably milk her ineptitude for laughs to secure a respectable finish.
Who?A comedienne, actor and writer who plays Teal on the BBC’s sci-fi sitcom Hyperdrive. She’s also appeared on Smack The Pony, Absolutely Fabulous and Nighty Night.
What are her chances? 16/1. She’s a dark horse, insomuch as nobody really knows who she is. Except for Arabella 'Does My Bum Look Big In This' Weir, who calls her the “funniest girl over 5 ft 11 I have ever worked with”. Nice.
Who? A Scottish radio presenter who’s becoming a panel show fixture thanks to appearances on They Think It’s All Over, Have I Got News For You and Bring Me The Head Of Light Entertainment.
What are his chances? At 14/1 he’s a bit of an outsider.
Who? A Radio One DJ who also presents Channel Five’s UEFA Cup coverage.
What are his chances? Ladbrokes have him at 6/1. His Radio One chum Edith Bowman won the last Comic Relief Does Fame Academy, so he’s got a lot to live up to.
Who? A former 'It' girl who's become an unlikely national treasure thanks to her memorable appearance on Frank Skinner's chat show in 1999. She's such a toff that she even bagged an invite to Charles and Camilla's wedding, you know.
What are her chances? She’s at 16/1 but the constant threat of a train wreck surrounding her could make TPT the show's highlight.
Who? She’s played Gina Ward on Heartbeat for as long as your Gran can remember.
What are her chances? She’s third favourite at 7/1. Plenty of singing experience – she even reached the final of the BBC's Eurovision trial A Song For Europe in 2002.
Who? The presenter of the BBC’s Holiday show. Nobody seems to know where he came from, but, strangely, no one can remember a world in which he didn't exist.
What are his chances? 12/1. Rowland has a surprising amount of musical experience and even co-wrote the London’s Burning theme tune. Respect.
Who? The one from Birds Of A Feather who’s not Pauline Quirke or Dorian. Since then she’s kept herself in the limelight by appearing on numerous reality shows that nobody's ever heard of – I’m Famous And Frightened!, Celebrities Under Pressure, Celebrity Blind Man’s Bluff - and mouthing off with The Vagina Monologues.
What are her chances? 12/1. She’s a good egg but we’d rather see Dorian do 'Like A Virgin' again.
Who? A former Miss Northern Island who’s currently presenting Blue Peter. She’s also appeared as a WAG on Hotel Babylon.
What are her chances? 12/1. She brings a bit of glamour to proceedings and these kids TV presenters are up for anything nowadays, aren't they?
Who? A BBC sports anchor who currently presents football results fest Final Score.
What are his chances? He’s a 12/1 outsider but your dad will sympathise with his plight.
Who? A comedian who’s recently appeared on The Sketch Show. He’s also the brother of Jeremy Vine, you know.
What are his chances? Ladbrokes have him at 12/1. Like Mel Giedroyc, he'll probably use zaniness as a weapon.
Who? He was Barry in EastEnders and then Barry From EastEnders in Extras.
What are his chances? The 2/1 favourite. Sending himself up on Extras has endeared him to the British public and he’s got singing experience: he once appeared as Meat Loaf on Stars In Their Eyes. Expect him to swivel his hips to ‘Mustang Sally’ at some point.