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Ann Widdecombe and Love Island's Jack Fincham among Kent faces to enter to enter Crystal Maze for Stand Up To Cancer

A host of familiar faces with links to Kent are heading into the Crystal Maze.

Former Maidstone MP Ann Widdecombe, comedian Vic Reeves and model Nancy Sorrell are among a lengthy list of celebrities set to join Richard Ayoade on the Channel 4 show when it returns for Stand Up To Cancer next week.

Other celebrities taking part include The Only Way is Essex's Gemma Collins, presenter Jeff Stelling and number's whizz Carol Vorderman.

Former Maidstone and The Weald MP Ann Widdecombe will enter The Crystal Maze
Former Maidstone and The Weald MP Ann Widdecombe will enter The Crystal Maze

Charing couple Vic and Nancy are set to be on a team with TOWIE's Fern McCan and former England cricketer Graeme Swann.

Fresh off her Brexit Party victory, former Maidstone and the Weald MP Ann Widdecombe will feature alongside presenter Matthew Wright, Love Island's Wes Nelson and fellow Strictly Come Dancing alumni and actress Sunetra Sarker.

Coronation Street's Nikki Sanderson completes the team's lineup.

Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) with Nancy Sorrell and twins Lizzie and Nell at The Deal Classic Motor Show. Picture: Alan Langley (11133568)
Jim Moir (aka Vic Reeves) with Nancy Sorrell and twins Lizzie and Nell at The Deal Classic Motor Show. Picture: Alan Langley (11133568)

There are a few more local faces involved, Love Island winner Jack Fincham, from Swanley, is set to appear months after splitting with Dani Dyer.

Al Murray, who famously stood against Nigel Farage in South Thanet at the 2015 general election, is also taking part.

The Crystal Maze will begin on June 21 at 8pm on Channel 4.

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