Children in Need

Stars get dressed up for tea party to support BBC Children in Need

Jorgie Porter as Alice in Wonderland

To kick off this year’s BBC Children in Need appeal we invited some of our celebrity friends to join us for a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party – and you could win one of their amazing outfits!

The magical Mad Hatter’s tea party set was recreated using our limited edition BBC Children in Need products, including gingerbread Pudsey bears, brightly-coloured mixing bowls, cupcake cases and cupcake stands – with a percentage of sales of each product donated to the charity.

Jorgie Porter, who looks fantastic as Alice in Wonderland (above), says: “When I was a little girl, Alice in Wonderland was my all-time favourite book, so when I heard about Asda’s BBC Children in Need shoot, and the Mad Hatter Tea Party theme, I jumped at the chance to be Alice to support this amazing charity.”

Jedward as Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee

Jedward were the perfect choice for Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee! Keeping them in check was Matthew Horne as the Mad Hatter.

Alex Jones and Matthew Horne

And the Queen of Hearts was Alex Jones who says: “I always love watching and doing my bit for BBC Children in Need, to actually be part of this year’s campaign is such an honour, especially dressed as the Queen of Hearts!”

Emily Atak and Kimberley Wyatt

Danielle Lloyd was the Adorable Dormouse and Kimberley Wyatt was delighted to dress up as the White Rabbit.

Emily Atak as a female Mad Hatter

And finally Emily Atak looked striking as a female Mad Hatter! You can find out what happened behind the scenes in our video from the photoshoot here:

For a chance to win one of the outfits worn in our celebrity photoshoot fill in your details below and tell us which one you’d like to win.

Update: This competition is now closed – we’ll be announcing the winner shortly

Posted in Children in Need on 30 October 2012