Meet The Trekkers
One of Britain's favourite breakfast faces, Lorraine Kelly, will be joining the Red Nose Desert to help raise money for Comic Relief.
Popular Radio 1 star, Scott Mills, will be swapping the comfort of the studio for the sweltering desert as he joins the Red Nose Desert Trek.
Eastenders star and Strictly queen, Kara Tointon, will be swapping her dancing shoes for trekking boots as she joins the Red Nose Desert Trek.
26-year-old Olly Murs is the cheeky Essex boy who sang his heart out all the way to the X Factor final 2009.
Comedian and comic actress Ronni Ancona knows that attempting to cross 100km in 100 degrees Fahrenheit is no joke.
He always keeps his cool on the X Factor, so presenter Dermot O'Leary should be able to take the heat of the Red Nose Desert Trek.
TV presenter and radio broadcaster, Peter White, has been blind since birth, which is why he was so passionate about joining the Red Nose Trek.
Actress, TV presenter and mum of two, Nadia Sawalha, is ready to push herself to the limit in one of the harshest deserts in the world and help raise as much cash as possible for Comic Relief.
MTV Europe award winner and number one hit artist, Craig David, will be joining the Red Nose Day Desert Trek to help raise as much money possible for Comic Relief.
The brave celebrity trekkers are aiming to raise cash and change countless lives.
Follow Radio 1's Scott Mills' progress as he prepares to push himself to the limit.
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