Tess Daly and Rylan Clark-Neal are just two of the famous faces helping to launch the BBC Children in Need's 2019 campaign.
The 'Strictly Come Dancing' hosts - alongside the likes of Fleur East, Marvin Humes, Rochelle Humes, Danny Jones, Ashley Roberts and Laura Whitmore - are urging the nation to 'get together' for this year's appeal, which will be held on November 15.
Tess said: "I am intensely proud to be supporting BBC Children in Need again. In the last year alone, BBC Children in Need has been able to make a real difference to 600,000 young lives in communities the length and breadth of the UK.
"It is all down to people up and down the UK coming together to help make a difference. I hope they do it again this year, because it will really change young lives."
Whilst 'It Takes Two' host Rylan added: "Whether you want to do something exhilarating like jumping out of a plane, or something simpler like spending the day in your pyjamas with your work mates, I promise you the money you raise will go onto make a difference. I personally recommend a donut bake-sale - I did that once at school and it was a very happy day!"
Former 'Pussycat Dolls' singer Ashley is calling on the young and old to take part, insisting that the "smallest things can make a big difference".
She shared: "When we get together the smallest things can make a big difference, which is what makes BBC Children in Need so special. Every dance-a-thon, sponsored silence or slice of cake sold at a bake sale has the ability to change a young person's life - how amazing is that?"