Celebrities support Red Nose Day

Both celebs shared pictures of themselves wearing red noses on their Instagram accounts yesterday.

Nigerian celebrities Stella Damasus and D'banj supported Red Nose Day yesterday, May 21, 2015.

Both celebs shared pictures of themselves wearing red noses on their Instagram accounts yesterday.

What is Red Nose Day? Red Nose Day was started by Comic Relief UK in Britain in 1988 as a way to raise money for poor children in Africa and the United Kingdom. The initiative came after the famous 1985 Live Aid concert. This year, the fund-raiser was observed in the United States. Since its inception it has raised £78 million.

"#rednose #rednoseday #nbc #nbcrednose #endchildhunger #endpoverty #savethechildren #supportthechildren #feedthechildren #rednoseday2015 #happyrednoseday" wrote Stella Damasus on Instagram.

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