Kate Moss shows her fun side

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It’s for a good cause and it’s held to raise money for charity, both good things and celebrities galore are joining in to help Comic Relief make it a success. The money raised through Red Nose Day campaigns will be used to aid the under-privileged across the UK and Africa, so it was time for Kate Moss and David Wailliams, who are fronting the campaign, to put on a Stella McCartney designed t-shirt and show off their funny faces.
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The t-shirts are made from 100% Fairtrade certified organic cotton and will showcase five unique designs featuring The Beatles, Tommy Cooper, Marilyn Monroe, Kate Moss and one child’s giraffe print t-shirt. Supermodel Helena Christensen and star photographer Mary McCartney put their creative genius together to capture the famous faces on camera and the rest was done by celebrities wearing red noses and at times geeky smiles to capture the essence of the campaign. Kate Moss looked introspective, David Wailliams showed his not so funny face wearing a Tommy Cooper t-shirt design and David Gandy, hmmm……he looked HOT as he showed off his muscles in a tight t-shirt. OK coming back to the charitable cause. Other celebrities who joined in were Johnnie Peacock, Cameron Diaz, Liv Tyler, Hayley Atwell and Robbie Williams just to name a few but a veritable smorgasbord of who’s who from show business and the rock world.
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David Gandy has this to say about the event: “I’m really happy to be involved in the t-shirt campaign. Comic Relief does an amazing job in raising money for such an important cause and by wearing one of Stella McCartney’s designed t-shirts you can be a part of that and own a piece of stylish Comic Relief history at the same time.”
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Wow, brains and brawn!! Who can resist that? We’re talking of David Gandy of course. Coming back to the t-shirts. They will be sold exclusively at all TK Maxx stores and online starting January 31st so grab 1, 2, or 3 and be charitable and funny or be SQUARE!
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T. J. Mueller