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Kellan Lutz bares body for charity

Published 22/05/2015

Kellan Lutz
Kellan Lutz

Kellan Lutz teased his fans by stripping off for charity last night.

The Twilight hunk was among the many celebrities who turned out to support the charity event on America’s NBC channel.

And nothing was too much for the 30-year-old, who decided to strip off for the good cause.

“I am completely naked except for some socks because my feet get cold,” he laughed while stood behind a neck-high barrier. “I’m actually wearing three socks so that everything stays nice and cozy.”

But alas, fans never actually got a glimpse at Kellen in all his glory. At first it was teased that he would be lifted up from the barrier, bit by bit, until he was on full display, but with the interruption of an ad break, Kellan was already hanging up by the ceiling when viewers returned. But of course they did get a look at his lovely socks!

Of course the actor wasn’t the only one to give his all for Red Nose Day. Nick Cannon was also among the charitable celebrities and decided to show off his athletic skills by dancing for 24 hours straight.

But luckily the 34-year-old didn’t drop down from exhaustion afterwards and was even able to crack a joke.

“I feel as good as a smell!” he quipped afterwards.

Stars of course also took to their social media pages to show they were behind the exciting charity event.

“How do y'all like my nose? Remember to tune in to #NBC at 8 PM ET for #RedNose Day! @RedNoseDayUS (sic),” Reese Witherspoon tweeted, alongside a snap of herself with the obligatory red nose on.

“Just been looking at stories online, so great to see so many people getting involved in @RedNoseDayUS ! Love it ! (sic)” One Direction’s Niall Horan added.

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