BBC Stars Strip for Cancer Charity

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In order to raise funds for Cancer Research UK, the BBC has recently made the public shocked by its "special" plan. It invites many stars to take nude photos.


The campaign aims at persuading the public to strip their wardrobes and raising funds for Cancer Research UK, enhancing the public's response to The Give Up Clothes for Good campaign which is supported by discount retailersTK Maxx and HomeSense. The campaign is a national collection scheme to help beat childhood cancers. It runs to April 25 and aims to raise much more than the year 2008's £3.2million worth of donations for the charity's life-saving research


Non-BBC stars who are familiar on BBC television agreed to strip for the cameras as part of the campaign. Among those are Ex-Atomic Kitten star Liz Mac Larnon, cricketer Jimmy Anderson, Channel 4's A Place in The Sun host Jasmine Harman.

The Irish-born presenter Julia Bradbury, best known for presenting the BBC One program Countryfile

Former EastEnder Lucy Benjamin


Camilla Dallerup, a British-based Danish ballroom dancer, dance teacher and model.


Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli


English actor and television personality Christopher Biggins

Footballer Sol Campbell and England cricketer Jimmy Anderson

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This article was published on 2010/04/09
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