Model Kate Moss has appeared in a stage version of TV comedy hit Little Britain in aid of Comic Relief.
Kate Moss made her Little Britain debut for Comic Relief
The 32-year-old donned a blue tracksuit top and trainers for her brief appearance at the Hammersmith Apollo in west London.
Playing opposite Matt Lucas' character Vicky Pollard as her sister, Katie, she said: "The Pollard sisters in the house - west country."
The show, which was filmed by the BBC, is due to be broadcast in March.
During the act, Vicky said: "I'm the pretty one."
Moss' character, Katie added: "I'm the easy one."
Comedian Russell Brand also appeared in the show during a sketch that involved transvestite characters Emily, played by David Walliams, and Florence (Lucas).
The Radio 2 presenter played a plumber who stripped off his boiler suit to reveal a bra, suspenders and stockings.
On leaving the stage to "rob", Vicky yelled at the model to "lose some weight", calling her "fat".
Dawn French played Myfanwy, a lesbian barmaid
The real Dennis Waterman appeared alongside his fictional, miniature counterpart of the same name.
He joined in to sing the theme tune to the television programme Minder - a long-standing joke which appears in the Little Britain TV series.
Actress Patsy Kensit, comedy star Dawn French, The X Factor presenter Kate Thornton and BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles also had cameo roles in the stage show.
Little Britain made its TV debut in 2003, after first airing on Radio 4 two years earlier. The programme soon became a cult hit amongst viewers.