AMANDA Holden, Frankie Bridge and Anais Gallagher are among the stars who have posed for Asda’s Tickled Pink Campaign to raise money for breast cancer charities.
They have all donned the new T-shirt designs to help bring in cash for this year’s drive.
Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda, 46, wore an all black outfit for her portrait, along with Frankie, 28.
They were joined by rock offspring Anais, 17, Gut Ritchie’s wife Jacqui, actress/TV presenter Donna Air and Carmen Electra.
Other who slipped into the iconic clothing line included models Cora Corre and Cecelia Chancellor.
The campaign has been running for 21 years to raise money for two charities, Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
Cash brought in from the T-shirt sales at ASDA will go toward helping support those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer as well as funding life-saving medical research.
The portraits for this year’s campaign were all shot by famed photographer Rankin.
The T-shirts will be on sale at ASDA stores nationwide.