Whose celeb bum is this?
Can you guess the cheeky girl who drew a mooning bum sketch for charity?
Gorgeous celebs including Kate Winslet, Katie Price and Gail Porter let their creative juices flow for Paint 4 Poverty â€” a UK scheme supporting relief projects around the world.
Find out which of the sexy starlets was responsible for the curvy bare bottom in our fun quiz.
A total of 63 paintings were submitted to the arty initiative by big-hearted personalities including Phillip Schofield, Nick Park and Chris Tarrant.
See if you can guess who did each picture by clicking on the thumbnails above.
Itâ€™s lucky participants have decent day jobs â€” because in most cases their future in art doesn’t look particularly bright.
If you fancy making an offer for any of the works go to paint4poverty.com
After all you’ve had a good laugh â€” so why not support a good cause?
What is Paint4Poverty?
Paint4Poverty is a dynamic new initiative from Prime Arts in Partnership with Robin Hood Ministries (RHM) to help relieve extreme poverty, by auctioning celebrity paintings/artwork that have been especially commissioned for the purpose.
To date some 60 famous people have kindly given their time and talents â€” each of them donating an original piece of artwork. This website has been setup so you can bid and own a celebrity painting of your choice.
How it works?
Bidding will end online on Thursday 11th October at 17.00hrs (GMT). The artwork will then be Auctioned at a high profile event in the Guildhall in the historic City of Bath, on 13th October. Online bids will be listed with the auctioneer and the artwork will be sold to the highest bidder. You can start Online Bidding now.
100% of the money raised at the auction will go to supporting projects to relieve poverty in Romania, Tanzania, India, and Nepal. For more information please contact Robin Hood Ministries.
“Our aim is to help tackle dreadful poverty on our doorstep. In Europe alone, thousands of children are dying from preventable diseases because they live in intolerable conditions without access to safe drinking water or sanitation. I would like to thank the celebrities, sponsors and our Partners Prime Arts for their fantastic support” RHM CEO Paul Skelton
This Initiative is kindly sponsored by contributing businesses and supported by both national and local media.
“Prime Arts are proud to be partners with Robin Hood Ministries having worked with them on projects in the past â€” with RHM involved we know every penny raised by the auction really will make a difference to global poverty reduction.” Prime Arts MD Simon Eason