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In Pictures: Comic Relief

Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh of Girls Aloud

Comic Relief raised 40,236,142 - the biggest total so far. Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh of Girls Aloud arrive to perform alongside the Sugababes.

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly with a child in Kenya's Kibera slum

Red Nose Day funds more than 1,500 projects in Africa such as Kibera slum, Kenya, visited by TV duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.

Alastair Campbell

Losers on Comic Relief Does The Apprentice were the boys team, captained by former No 10 spokesman Alastair Campbell.

Chris Moyles and Kelly Osbourne

Fans of Comic Relief Does Fame Academy raised over 795,000. Earlier Kelly Osbourne joined Chris Moyles for his Comic Relief Rallyoke.

Monty Panesar

Some 60% of the money raised by Comic Relief goes to Africa, 40% is spent in the UK. England spinner Monty Panesar swapped his black patka (turban) for a red one.

Tom Mitchell and Peter Armitage

More than 10m was raised in the run up to Red Nose Day. PhD students Tom Mitchell and Peter Armitage spent the day taped to Liverpool University.

The Proclaimers, Peter Kay and Matt Lucas

The Proclaimers teamed up with Peter Kay and Matt Lucas for a Comic Relief version of I'm gonna be (500 miles).






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