Former MP Ann Widdecombe will be among the famous faces foregoing sugar and processed foods for more than two weeks for the second series of ITV's Sugar Free Farm.
The four-part series will see the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant live and work on a farm in Hampshire alongside former Doctor Who star Peter Davison, Britain's Got Talent duo Stavros Flatley, The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins, Good Morning Britain presenter Alison Hammond and I'm A Celebrity winner Joe Pasquale.
They will live without sugar, refined carbohydrates, cheap meat, bad fats and all processed food for 15 days, instead eating only the natural foods they produce themselves on the farm.
The first series of the show included actress Jennifer Ellison, singer Jane McDonald and The Only Way Is Essex's James Argent.
The second series will see nutritionist Hala El-Shafie replace Angelique Panagos to oversee the stars as they embrace a new lifestyle.