Fifty Shades Of Grey star Jamie Dornan will be cosying up to real-life pal and fellow actor Nick Frost tonight (9 October) to take part in a celebrity-filled special episode of Gogglebox as part of fundraising event Stand Up To Cancer. Comedian Miranda Hart will also be sharing the sofa with her on-screen mother Patricia Hodge and real mum Diana Hart-Dyke as guests of the show.

The famous faces are likely to be commenting on the biggest television series of the past week including Downton Abbey, The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Doctor Foster and The Great British Bake Off. The individual groups will undoubtedly also watch a few documentaries, news programmes and political broadcasts to shake things up when it comes to their responses.

This isn't the first time Hart has been filmed watching television in the name of fundraising. She and her Miranda co-stars Sarah Hadland and Tom Ellis were seen in last year's SU2C special sharing a bowl of popcorn and chatting about what was on the telly.

"I do love to cry. I'll cry at the drop of a hat," Hart previously admitted to The Daily Mail. "I'll cry at your basic television programme, let alone a weepie. But not big, heavy, serious crying. I haven't done that for a while, which is a relief. More like a little welling up of joy."

An experienced reality television watcher, the 42-year-old admitted that she'll be fine watching prime-time shows such as Simon Cowell's ITV singing competition or BBC One's celebrity dance show, but might struggle to follow the more serious programmes as she tends to avoid watching the news in her everyday life. "I can't face watching it sometimes. It's always so miserable. I live in a bit of a news vacuum actually."

Miranda Hart on Celebrity Gogglebox
Comedian Miranda Hart will be joined by on-screen mother Patricia Hodge and real-life mum Diana Channel 4) (YouTube

As well as Dornan, Frost and Hart, the episode will also feature clips of former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell tuning in to the biggest shows of the week with friends Marilyn and Boy George.

SU2C is a joint campaign created by Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK to "raises vital funds to support scientists working in NHS hospitals, cancer centres, universities and institutes, speeding up research to get treatments and tests to patients who so desperately need them." Last year's event, which also showed an episode of Gogglebox filled with famous faces including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Paul O'Grady, made a total of £14m for Cancer Research UK.

This evening's Celebrity Gogglebox isn't the only show being aired as part of the Stand Up To Cancer programming across the next few nights either. Tonight, Channel 4 viewers will also get to see a SU2C special of The Last Leg featuring usual hosts Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker as well as a star-studded edition of Alan Carr: Chatty Man that will see him talk to guests Sue Perkins, Made In Chelsea's Jamie Laing, Thomas Turgoose (This Is England) and Jonathan Ross. Famous faces Anthea Turner and former X Factor winner Alexandra Burke will also be taking part in a special episode of First Dates on Monday 12 October.