The ever so popular TV program, ‘Children In Need’ being an official BBC UK charity that supports about 3000 local charities and other projects for the needful people of the country, gets support from worldwide. Every year, the TV program gets immense support from the TV shows stars that help them earn support for all their projects. These are meant to support the young and poor who remain trapped in the vicious circle of poverty, disability, and abuse. To support their admirable cause this time, the star cast of ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘EastEnders’ have decided to help in raising funds for the ‘Children In Need.’
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Surprisingly the stars of ‘EastEnders’ will be seen dressed in the attires of Disney characters. They will perform for the ‘Children In Need’ at Albert Square that will help the same to earn funds to support the great cause that they have been working to uplift the weaker part of the society.
In a musical performance at Albert Square, you will see Tilly Keeper( Louise Mitchell) in the attire of Jasmine. Jack Morris ( Keegan Baker) in the attire of Aladdin. Jessie Wallace ( Kat Moon) performing on a song of the movie ‘Frozen.’ Lorraine Stanley( Karen Taylor) will be seen in the attire of the character ‘Genie’ from Aladdin.
The Doctor Who show which is about to make a comeback next year will be seen taking a step to support the BBC’s Children In Need. Yes, the Doctor Who star cast will be seen making an appearance at the Children In Need telethon where they surprise a young girl.
The star cast of Doctor Who: Jodie Whittaker, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole surprised a young girl ‘Anastasia.’ She was watching a message from the stars of Doctor Who when suddenly the screen split, and the stars of the Doctor Who came on stage in real to surprise Anastasia, and she screamed in delight after seeing them.
All the two those shows’ star cast Doctor Who and EastEnders made the Children In Need support the great cause of the needy. The Children In Need charity could raise about 47.5 M Euros to support their dream of helping the people whose life has kept them in the dark. Along with the Doctor Who and EastEnders Star cast, other show stars were also seen supporting the commendable work by the Children In Need.