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HERE'S a group of famous faces as you've never seen them before - make-up free save for a tiny paw print.

The brave celebs are backing the BareFaced campaign for the BBC Children in Need fundraiser.

They hope to inspire female fans to follow their example and swap their usual cosmetics for a tiny Post Office Pawprint on November 8. Not too hard to do if you look as good as they do JODIE WHITTAKER, Broadchurch star, 31, said: "Children In Need carry out so much crucial work - how could I say no?" DENISE LEWIS Olympian, 41, fronted the London Games coverage but she never appeared before cameras like this.

VANESSA FELTZ Radio 2 presenter and Strictly Come Dancing competitor, 51, scowls at camera but it's all for a good cause.

MICHELLE DOCKERY Downton Abbey star, 31, said: "Ladies, discard your mascara and join me and all our women in going BareFaced for the day - it's such a simple way to raise cash."

RACHEL STEVENS Singer, 35, shot to fame in her teens as a member of S Club 7 and is still looking great.

FIONA BRUCE BBC newsreaders are usually called in to perform dance routines on the annual fundraiser so Fiona, 49, was all too happy to help out again.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 31, 2013
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