Celebrities are sporting a special accessory today for a good cause.
In honor of Red Nose Day today (May 25), stars are posting pictures wearing — what else? — a red nose to raise money for the initiative to end child poverty around the world. Created by the British charity Comic Relief in 1985, Red Nose day came to the United States in 2014, and every year, more and more celebrities have gotten involved.
In addition to participating in the Red Nose Day specials which will be airing on NBC tonight (including a Love Actually reunion movie!), stars like Reese Witherspoon and Mandy Moore have been showing off their red noses on social media in support of the cause. Take a look at some of our favorite (red) noses below:
Witherspoon even got her son Deacon in on the fun.
Parks and Recreation alum Retta shared a goofy clip of herself sleeping with her nose on.
Molly Shannon, on the other hand, showed off a full-body picture, donning red throughout her look to support the charity.
Taylor Kinney swapped his firefighter suit for the red accessory.
While Laura Marano served up red noses in an egg shell.
Blindspot star Jaime Alexander donned all red.
Even The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln got in on the fun.
So did This Is Us star Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley.
And Star Wars alum Mark Hamill.
Glee star and Hollywood Game Night Jane Lynch also supported the cause.
Arrow star Stephen Amell posed for a picture to promote the fact that he’s a part of NBC’s America Ninja Warrior celebrity edition, which airs tonight. Each celebrity participating in the special episode of the competition series is doing it to help raise money for Red Nose Day.
Singer, Alejandra Espinoza posted a sweet photo with her red nose at the Bayshore Women’s Healthcare office in Florida, which definitley reminds us why we should all be donating.
Actress Jenna Ortega gave a shout out to Walgreens, where you can buy your own red nose and support the mission of the charity, on her Instagram account.
For more Red Nose Day love check out the Love Actually reunion called Rose Nose Day Actually, which is a 10-minute movie, tonight on NBC as a part of their charity telethon beginning at 8 p.m.