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The Saturdays in nothing but Sport Relief socks
Any time any celebrity gets their kit off for charity, you know they mean serious business. Or that they just have a great sense of humour and willingness to do their bit for a good cause!
The latest stars to bare all (so to speak) are The Saturdays, who have donned nothing but socks in aid of Sport Relief.
The girls posed in red and white socks - and little else, apart from some fetching red doors - as they modelled the official fundraising socks for the charity appeal.
Organisers of the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile are hoping members of the public will buy the special footwear to take part in the sporting challenge from 23 to the 25 March.
Let's hope they managed to find some more socks to cover their modesty before the doors opened...
Frankie Sandford said: "Me and the other girls aren't usually a fan of wearing socks but we can't get enough of the official Sport Relief Socks from Sainsbury's.
"They're perfect to wear for anything - from lounging round the house to training for the Sport Relief Mile."
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What a total waste of news reports!
They are clearly not 'Stripping' for sports relief as its clear they are wearing towels!
Why do people always have to lower themselves for charity?
Why do people always have to do stupid stripping calandars,and silly stripping pictures?
There are more things they can do for charity without always having to do the same routine charity stunts!
More important news in the world at the moment without a few wannabes trying to be something there not!
I saw this shower on Paul O'Grady's show ages ago and what a train wreck they made of that performance and its clear to anyone that they mime most if not all of there performances!
Get a life,you miserable git.
They are a successful pop group,and have made some fine records.
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