The latest X Factor finalists have reunited for a fun photoshoot all in support for a good cause.
The stars of last year's series are teaming up with former winners Little Mix and a number of other celebrities to launch Save The Children's Den Day.
Winner Louisa Johnson, dynamic duo Reggie N Bollie, eccentric Sean Miley Moore, glitzy girl band 4th Impact and the rest of the show’s stars have been photographed in their glitzy den to inspire families across the UK to get involved.
The fund-raising initiative is asking Brits to get creative and build their 'ultimate den', getting sponsored to spend a day or night inside.
Money raised will go towards Save The Children's efforts across the world in providing life-saving food, water, healthcare, education and shelter millions of people in desperate need.
X Factor's Little Mix said: “Building Dens is so much fun, especially with your friends, so we hope everyone will get involved with Den Day.
"You can make your den super cosy with loads of blankets and fairy lights then snuggle up to sing, play games or watch a film. By getting sponsored to build and stay in your den you will be helping Save the Children support children around the world who don’t have a safe place to sleep or play."
Families signing up at DenDay.org will receive a free kit packed with ideas and tips to plan the magical experience. The kit includes fun games and activities designed to teach young people about the issues faced by children less fortunate around the world. You can also share pictures online with the hashtag #DenDay