Jake Quickenden and Rylan Clark lead a slew of celeb superheroes

Published Wednesday, Oct 7 2015, 21:17 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Jake Quickenden, Rylan Clark and a few of their celebrity pals have transformed into superheroes for Children In Need. There's no sign of Spiderman though.

A bunch of famous faces have unleashed their inner superheroes (donned tight fitting lycra and cheesy grins) to help create comic book covers to celebrate the launch of the 'Be a Hero' badges. Here's Jake in a fetching grey and red leotard.

Jake Quickenden takes part in the Celebrity Superheroes unveiled with Post Office's 'Be A Hero' Badge, October 2015


Strictly Come Dancing's Ola Jordan swapped her sequins for superpowers, although we reckon her salsa counts as a power already, while Big Brother presenter Rylan Clark 'dusted off his cape' for the shoot apparently...does this mean he's secretly a retired Superman?

Also joining the action are Sugababe Heidi Range and Ashley Roberts. Squad goals.

Naturally whenever the topic of superheroes comes up everyone takes the opportunity to reveal their ultimate super power. Here at Reveal we'd like the ability to eat unlimited amounts of cake without feeling nauseous, and also be invisible because duh.

Rylan was slightly more inventive with his power, saying: "If I could have any superpower I'd be a shape-shifter. Imagine! I could be Pudsey one day, then shift into something really boring so I could go to the shops without being noticed."

Ashley Roberts showed us up with her whole 'save the world' thing. Er, we'd like to add that in before the cake bit. The former Pussycat Doll said: "My superpower would be to teleport, so I could have time to see the fam and time to save the world. Pretty awesome, huh? You don't need to teleport to do your bit though, just fly on down to your Post Office to show your support."

Jake Quickenden, Ola Jordan, Heidi Range, Rylan Clark and Ashley Roberts take part in the Celebrity Superheroes unveiled with Post Office's 'Be A Hero' Badge, October 2015


Meanwhile Jake Quickenden stuck to the task at hand and called for fans across the country to get behind the campaign and show their support for the Charity: "Everyone's got it in them to be a superhero. By dressing up and wearing the Post Office badge, I'm joining a nationwide team of heroes, all raising money for brilliant projects across the UK. You can do it too!"

Fab. Here they are behind the scenes.

Two bespoke designs of the 'Be A Hero' badge are now on sale at the Post Office, priced at £1 each with all of the proceeds going directly to BBC Children in Need.

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