Amanda Seyfried and Jamie Oliver are just two of the countless celebrities who have spread some Disney magic for Red Nose Day.
The stars were joined by the likes of Nadiya Hussain, Gareth Southgate, Lewis Hamilton and Jodie Kidd to raise both awareness and funds for Comic Relief.
Posing in front of the camera, the A-listers beamed as they rocked a huge collection of Mickey Mouse merchandise.
While sporting some of the much loved character’s ears, Amanda could be seen showing off the new TK Maxx Ts, which have been launched especially for the charity.
Being a little bit ‘too cool’ for the Disney headband, Jamie Oliver stood with his wife Jools in Mickey aprons, along with Nadiya Hussain who was also appropriately dressed in the cooking garment.
The images were shot by photographer Greg Williams, with the range featuring some of the most iconic characters, including Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Eeyore and Goofy.
Amanda Seyfried and Jamie Oliver spread some Disney magic for Red Nose Day (Picture: TK Maxx)
The stars posed in Mickey Mouse aprons (Picture: TK Maxx)
Tana and Tilly Ramsay also took part in the campaign (Picture: TK Maxx)There is also a children’s range available that have Dumbo, Bambi and Winnie the Pooh sat proudly on the front of the Ts.
The TK Maxx limited edition tee-hee-hee range will be launched on 1 February with prices starting at just £6.99 for a kid’s t-shirt and £9.99 for an adult.
At least £4.50 from the sale of the adult and £2.50 from the kids’ ranges will go to Comic Relief.
Sharing a behind the scenes clip of the shoot, Olly Murs could be seen in one of the T-shirts as he smiled for the camera.
Lewis Hamilton beamed in his Mickey T (Picture: TK Maxx)
Nadiya Hussain was dressed in an apron (Picture: TK Maxx)The star has recently been cast in his first major acting role as one of the dogs in the new animated series of 101 Dalmatians.
Here the Dance With Me Tonight hitmaker will be voice Spike, a Cornish Doberman, for two installments of Disney cartoon.
Olly is part of one heck of a star-studded cast, and will feature in the show alongside Miriam Margoyles, Stephen Mangan, Paloma Faith and Ben Smith.
‘I’ve never done anything like this before,’ enthused Olly. ‘It was exciting to be a part of, and I hope to do it again.’
Olly Murs featured in the campaign’s video (Picture: TK Maxx)
Proceeds from the TK Maxx T-shirts will go to Comic Relief (Picture: TK Maxx)‘It’s something I’ve always been passionate about, doing acting or voiceovers.’
He continued: ‘The weird thing is, I was more nervous doing the voiceover than I am when I’m performing in front of 15,000 people at the O2 Arena. That’s how weird it was.
‘When I’m singing in front of my fans, they love me and I love them; going out there and singing is my favourite thing, it’s the best part of my job.
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‘But when I did the voiceover for Disney, I was so nervous because I’ve never done anything like this before.
‘I’ve always thought I’d be great in an animated show or a film, but I’d never been directed in what to show or how to do things like this.’
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