The Celebrities

Kevin McHale

Best known for the role of Artie in Glee, it's Kevin McHale!

Kevin starred in all 6 seasons and 121 episodes, as well as performing in the Glee tours in 2011 and 2012.

As well as acting, Kevin has co-hosted the Teen Choice Awards with Demi Lovato, and currently hosts a podcast called Showmance. Kevin’s first foray into music was in pop boy band, NTL, who opened for The Pussycat Dolls on their tour.

Unfortunately, Kevin lost the sing off against Vinnie and left the competition during the fourth live show.

Ricki Lake

Go Ricki, Go Ricki!

Emmy award winner, Ricki Lake is an American actress and talk show host, best known for The Ricki Lake Show which lasted 11 years.

Her on-screen breakthrough began when she played the lead role of Tracey Turnblad in the iconic 1988 film Hairspray, since then Rici's been a constant on our screens as well as turning her hand to writing.

Unfortunately, Ricki failed to progress in the competition and was sent home after the first live show.

Victoria Ekanoye

From The Rovers Return to The X Factor: Celebrity, it's Victoria Ekanoye!

Best known for playing Angie Appleton in Coronation Street, Victoria has also appeared in London's West End.

Victoria is currently filming for the new CBBC and Netflix show ‘The Worst Witch’.

Will Victoria give the Judges a roaring good time?

Unfortunately, Victoria failed to progress in the competition and was sent home after the second live show.

Jenny Ryan

Jenny Ryan is best known as a quiz show queen, playing The Vixen in ITV's The Chase.

Her knowledge has seen her compete on The Weakest Link, University Challenge and Mastermind. Now a firm favourite in The Chase family, Jenny was originally hired to write the questions for the show. Thanks to a recommendation from The Governess Anne Hegerty, Jenny went on to join the team of expert quizzers.

Will Jenny outsmart our Judges?

Martin Bashir

Putting those journalistic skills to one side, it's Martin Bashir!

Martin began working as a journalist in 1986 but is most well-known for his BBC interview with Princess Diana in 2003. He has won several awards for his work, including three BAFTA nominations and the RTS Journalist of the Year award in 1996.

Unfortunately, Martin failed to progress in the competition and was sent home after the third live show.