Craig Morgan and Jana Kramer are just two of the celebrities who have signed on to be part of Scott Hamilton's televised 'Kaleidoscope on Ice' event, which will celebrate the tough men and women who have survived cancer.

Hamilton, a legendary skater and cancer survivor himself, is teaming up with the organizations for the special, which he holds close to his heart for obvious reasons.

In addition to Morgan and Kramer's involvement with the event, stars scheduled to appear include 2010 Olympic champion and gold medalist Evan Lysacek, Olympic silver medalist Nancy Kerrigan, Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen, four-time world champion Kurt Browning and Olympic silver medalist Paul Wylie, as well as the iconic Kool and the Gang.

Lysacek will kick off the event with a performance along to the 'Nutcracker Suite,' while Kerrigan will skate along with Kramer’s hit single, 'Why Ya Wanna' and Wylie (whose parents are both cancer survivors) will skate to Morgan’s 'Being Alive and Livin’.'

Women's Olympic champions Gabrielle Douglas, Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber also plan to make a special guest appearance and headline a Psy-inspired Gangnam-style tribute spotlighting Levine Cancer Institute’s Research and Administrative Headquarters during the broadcast.

Look for the 'Kaleidoscope on Ice' special to air on CBS on Sunday, November 25 at 5PM ET.