Harry Judd and Chelsee Healey have been doing their part for Sports Relief - as so many other stars and members of the general public - with the pair, who came first and second respectively in the last series of 'Strictly Come Dancing,' brushing their dance moves off once again. This time there's a difference though, with the pair opting to waltz under water for the charity.
Talking to the UK's Sun newspaper, Judd admitted he was surprised at the nature of the challenge, saying "When I first heard about Strictly Underwater, I thought, 'How is that going to work?'. I didn't quite understand what they meant and I didn't think it would work - but it does." For Healey meanwhile the task was a little harder, as she admitted "I wouldn't say I'm a strong swimmer and I'm not keen on water," adding "I like a bath in it but that's about as far as it goes."
Nevertheless the pair have joined many others who've been doing their part to raise money for the annual fundraising drive, most whose efforts will be shown tonight on the Bbc. Scheduled to appear are Gary Lineker, Claudia Winkleman, Davina Mccall, Dermot O Leary, James Corden, with Fearne Cotton, John Bishop, Miranda Hart, David Walliams and Patrick Kielty also getting involved.