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The Only Way Is Essex's girls don onesies to support Children In Need

Reality television stars Jess, Sam and Billie show their support for the children's charity by posing in Pudsey Bear onesies

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The Only Way Is Essex's Jess Wright, Sam Faiers and Billie Faiers have shown their support for this year's Children In Need appeal by wearing ASDA's Pudsey Bear onesies.

The reality television stars look rather cute in their new looks - with only a glimpse of fake tan to be seen...

It's good to see the cast gather support for the cause and we hope to see them flaunt their new outfits on the next episode of TOWIE.

It isn't the first time the Essex lot have done their bit to help those less fortunate.

In 2011, Mark Wright, Lauren Goodger, Joey Essex, Lucy Mecklenburgh, Lydia Bright, Chloe Sims and Lauren Pope lent their vocals to a charity cover of Wham's Last Christmas.

It might not have been top of our Christmas lists, but good on them for raising money for charities Crisis, Samaritans and Great Ormond Street Hospital.

On the last programme, Lucy, Jess Wright and Dan Osbourne stripped to their fancy smalls down the catwalk, to raise funds for Breast Cancer.

Sam Faiers was also auctioned as the main prize at Bobby's Catwalk for Breast Cancer - with Arg, Lewis and Charlie all bidding for a date with the beauty.

They were supported by co-stars Lauren Pope, Chloe Sims, Abi Clarke and Jasmin Walia, who were all seen clapping at the front.

You can help raise money for Children in Need by picking up official ASDA BBC Children in Need themed merchandise in ASDA and George stores. Or you can visit Asda.com or George.com to view and purchase the whole range.

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