Viewers control the celebs in Channel 4’s Stars At Your Service

Marvin Humes, Melanie C and Warwick Davis are some of the celebrities that fans could have the chance to control in new TV programme Stars At Your Service.

The show is being launched by Channel 4 as part of their Stand Up To Cancer fundraising campaign and will give people the opportunity to apply to have their favourite star carry out a task for them that they’ve chosen.

Stars currently signed up to take part as well as Marvin, Mel and Warwick include Rhod Gilbert, Ashley Banjo, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Al Murray, Kelly Hoppen, Ollie Locke, Phil Spencer, Rachel Riley, Russell Howard, Greg Davies, Anton Du Beke, Russell Kane and Rebecca Adlington, with more expected to sign up.

Anyone who wants to win a celeb’s services needs to apply to the show with their most creative idea for what they would like the star to do, and can also make an optional donation to the campaign which benefits Cancer Research UK.

Viewers will also have the chance to win prizes throughout the series, which screens in the run up to the Stand Up To Cancer special night of programmes on Channel 4 on October 17.

Justin Gorman, head of entertainment for Channel 4, said: “We were looking for a highly innovative and arresting concept to kick start Stand Up To Cancer and Stars At Your Service is exactly that.

“The show will allow the public to interact with their favourite faces like never before whilst drumming up support and, crucially, raising funds for a fantastic cause.”

Anyone who wants to take part in the programme can apply at