Team GB Olympians including Tom Daley and Zara Phillips have created a music video for BBC Children in Need.
The video sees the diving bronze medallist throw shapes to Basement Jaxx's song 'Do your thing' while the Princess Royal joins eventing team-mates Nicola Wilson and Tina Cook to recreate Gangnam Style, all in an effort to raise money for the annual charity drive which takes place on Friday November 16.
Children in Need provides grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged, supporting small and large organisations which empower children and extend their life choices.
Daley said: "As you can see, I'm not a great dancer but I love making a fool of myself and it's all in the name of a great cause."
See some of the best pictures from the shoot below and watch the video in full on Children in Need night.
This year's fundraising starts earlier than usual with BearFaced Day taking place this Friday [9 Nov].
A Children In Need spokesperson explained: "We're asking women across the UK to show their natural beauty and wear no make-up for BearFaced Day - 9 November 2012. It's such an easy way to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
"You can simply go BearFaced and ask friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you. But, as you'll see here, just like Tuuli Shipster, you can also show you're part of the tribe by putting your own take on Pudsey's pawprint on your face - a "beauty spot"-like paw in eyeliner, a Pudsey pawprint tattoo, diamante spots - anything you like!"
Set up your own online sponsorship form atBT's MyDonate, where every penny of your sponsorship will come to BBC Children in Need, or you will be able to find a BearFaced event page on the following sites:
Or if you'd prefer to use a paper sponsorship form, you can download onehere.