Stars have gone all BearFaced for new Children In Need campaign, including the gorgeous Michelle Keegan

It’s that time of year again, when a host of our fave celebs take on tasks for Children In Need. This year it’s the BearFaced campaign.

Yep, the lovely ladies of the showbiz world have gone completely make-up free to raise awareness and funds for the BBC charity. And we have to say, they’re all looking BEAUTIFUL.

Usually-glamorous Michelle Keegan looks stunning with nothing on her face except a tiny Pudsey Bear paw print, proving she really is a natural beauty. Mark Wright is one lucky man!

Rochelle Humes has also binned the eyeliner and posed fresh-faced, showing off her freckles and naturally flawless complexion. We do love you, Rochelle!

TV presenter Lorraine Kelly also joined, plus singers Ella Eyre and Laura Mvula, actress Olivia Coleman and singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

Even beauty blogger Tanya Burr, who has built a one-woman empire on make-up tutorials, threw away the foundation and own-brand false eyelashes to go bare for the campaign.

The ladies’ brave photo shoots hope to inspire other women around the country to take up the challenge for charity, wearing nothing on their faces but a small Pudsey Pawprint, which can be bought for £1 at all Boots stores.

Photos of the fresh-faced day should then be shared at with the hashtag #BearFaced.

‘Participate alone or set up a BareFaced team with friends, family and colleagues to make the day more fun,’ a statement says on the official website for Children In Need.

Last year, Sheridan Smith and Alex Jones dared to bare while the year before saw Abbey Clancy, Loiuse Redknapp and Jodie Kidd go make-up free.

Will you be taking part this year? Let us know your Children In Need plans on the Now Facebook page or @Nowmag Twitter.

All you need is a face wipe, Pudsey Pawprint and some serious balls!

Good luck, ladies.

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