Stars wax lyrical for Comic Relief
Frank Skinner, Al Murray and Jimmy Carr have been given a hair-erasing punishment by Denise Van Outen - as a Comic Relief forfeit.
The TV funnymen were left wincing as they were waxed by the West End star after they failed to win a tasty challenge for the charity.
The trio - along with Stephen Fry - launched their own flavours of Walkers Crisps, with only the best-selling comic escaping the beauty treatment.
Stephen proved to be the most popular with his "Stephen Fry Up".
The losers donned fluffy white robes to attend their session as Denise tugged at their chest and leg hair, leaving them with raw, pink skin.
Stephen said "My victory will go down in the history books - as will the other three squealing their way through that waxing session. Ouch."
Frank said: "I'd like to say it didn't hurt but it really did - a lot."
Jimmy said: "That was, in all seriousness, one of the most horrific experiences of my life.
Denise added: "There were a few squeals and sweaty brows afterwards, but all in all the boys did really well and I was very impressed with their pain thresholds."
Walkers donated 5p to Comic Relief for every pack sold.