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Stand Up To Cancer 2021: Celebs unite for TV fundraiser

Stand Up To Cancer 2021: Khloé Kardashian, Olivia Colman and Harry Styles lead the famous faces supporting annual fundraiser


Stand Up To Cancer saw a slew of showbusiness stars join forces to raise money for charity, including Khloe Kardashian, Olivia Colman and Harry Styles.  

The glittering night of television was hosted by Davina McCall, Alan Carr, Adam Hills and Maya Jama, as Joe Lycett was given the all important job of updating the amount of money raised.

‘We are starting to win this war,’ Alan said poignantly, as the presenters encouraged viewers at home to dig into their pockets to support the cause. 

Good cause: Stand Up To Cancer saw a slew of showbusiness stars join forces to raise money for charity on Friday night , including Khloe Kardashian [pictured] Olivia Colman and Harry Styles

Footballer Peter Crouch and his Abbey Clancy took part in a cameo entitled Which Parent Will The Toddler Torture?’ while The Crown star Olivia featured in a sketch led by comedian Alan. 

Channel 4 did not forget to leave fan-favourite Celebrity Gogglebox out of the jam-packed schedule, as it featured throughout the evening.  

Thus far, donations to the cause have amassed to an incredible £84million.  

Presenters: [From L-R] The glittering night of television was hosted by Alan Carr, Davina McCall, Maya Jama and Adam Hills [from L-R]

Presenters: [From L-R] The glittering night of television was hosted by Alan Carr, Davina McCall, Maya Jama and Adam Hills [from L-R]

Hit: Channel 4 did not forget to leave fan-favourite Celebrity Gogglebox out of the jam-packed schedule, as it features throughout the evening [pictured Graham Norton and Michelle Visage]

Hit: Channel 4 did not forget to leave fan-favourite Celebrity Gogglebox out of the jam-packed schedule, as it features throughout the evening [pictured Graham Norton and Michelle Visage]

Important: Joe Lycett was given the all important job of updating the amount of money raised

Important: Joe Lycett was given the all important job of updating the amount of money raised

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