Remember last year when Caroline Flack and her buddies ditched their make-up for Children In Need’s BearFaced campaign? Well we’ve got a whole host of new – and very brave – celebs who fancy ditching the slap for a good cause.
Yesterday we posted a gallery of Sheridan Smith, Arlene Phillips, Alex Jones and Jo Wood who have all posed for celebrity photographer Rankin sans make-up to raise money for Children In Need by encouraging other women to swap their slap for a Pudsy Pawprint on Friday 8 November.
And now Kimberley Walsh, Laura Whitmore and Suki Waterhouse have got involved as well.
Kimberley Walsh said: “BBC Children in Need’s BearFaced Day campaign is such a brilliant way to raise money; will you be joining me this Friday 8 November?”
“Join me and hundreds of other women, who are going BearFaced, let’s raise lots of money for children all over the UK, who need your help,” Laura added.
Sheridan said: “Pop a Pudsey Pawprint on instead of your makeup Friday 8 November to help make a difference to young lives across the UK; every penny raised really will help!”
Alex added: “There are so many children and young people across the UK who need our help, so how could I say no to the BBC Children in Need BearFaced campaign?”
"Come on ladies, join me in going BearFaced,” former Strictly judge Arlene said.
And Jo said: “I’m so excited to be taking part in BBC Children in Need’s BearFaced campaign this year! I hope that women across the UK will leave the make up at home for the day to help change the lives of children who really do need our help!”
Going BearFaced is a simple way to raise money for BBC Children in Need. Women are encouraged to swap their makeup for a Post Office Pawprint and get sponsored to spend Friday 8 November without makeup. For more information on how to get involved visit bbc.co.uk/Pudsey.