Paul O’Grady, Strictly’s Rav Wilding and Dancing on Ice’s Zoe Salmon have joined a host of celebrities to help launch the new Children in Need T-shirts.
Atomic Kitten’s Liz McClarnon, Antony Costa from Blue and Liberty X’s Jessica Taylor also modelled the tops in aid of the charity.
Paul O’Grady is supporting this year’s theme, ‘Do Something Different’, and said: “No one should have to suffer poverty and deprivation in this day and age and with the support of the public, BBC Children in Need will be able to take another step towards helping those who are suffering”
Liz McClarnon added: “I’m so lucky to have a supportive and caring family around me, but others aren’t so lucky. BBC Children in Need helps so many children and young people in the UK living in poverty, and that’s why supporting this year’s appeal is so important”
You can do your bit for Children in Need too by picking up your T-shirt from Asda, ringing 0500 100 055 or visiting the Asda website.