The line-up has been confirmed for The X Factor: Celebrity.
The upcoming spin-off series begins next month and will feature 15 celebrity acts, ranging from talk show hosts, broadcast journalists, social media vloggers, musical theatre stars and reality TV favourites.
Despite the show billing the famous faces as not being 'known for singing', a chunk of the contestants have sang on stage, in movies or have even released albums.
The Only Way Is Essex's Megan McKenna is one of the cast with a musical history. Megan was at the center of ITV2 show There's Something About Megan chronicling her pursuit into country music. She subsequently released her debut album Story Of Me which peaked at Number 6 on the UK's Official Country Albums Chart.
Chat show host Ricki Lake is confirmed for the show; she made her fame as the lead role in the 1988 movie Hairspray, singing and acting as Tracy Turnblad. Glee star Kevin McHale and Love Actually's Olivia Olson will try their luck, as will star of stage and screen Jonny Labey who has appeared in EastEnders and Strictly Ballroom.
Other celebs competing solo include footballer Vinnie Jones, The Chase's 'The Vixen' Jenny Ryan, Coronation Street actress Victoria Ekanoye, David Hasselhoff's daughter and plus-sized model Hayley Hasselhoff, and journalist Martin Bashir, famous for his interviews with Michael Jackson and David Hasselhoff.
The Groups category will feature CBBC presenters Max & Harvey, rugby stars Ben Foden, Levi Davis and Thom Evans who are teaming up as Try Stars, and social media influencers Sofia, Alondra, Laura, Wendii and Natalie have formed V5.
The line-up is rounded out by Love Island 2018's Wes, Samira, Zara and Eyal (who was previously in the pop group EverYoung) and Strictly Come Dancing's Brendan Cole will team up with Holby City actor Jeremy Edwards.