HERE we mo’, here we mo’. . .

Men, you have just one week left to sign up to grow a moustache for blokes’ health charity Movember.

 Movember is just round the corner and here's your chance to grow a 'tashe like this, whilst raising some money for a good cause

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Movember is just round the corner and here’s your chance to grow a ‘tashe like this, whilst raising some money for a good cause

To get you in the mood, have a go at our fun quiz and guess which celeb supporters of the initiative are dressed as moustachioed legends.

The stars sported their disguises to help launch this year’s Grow a Mo campaign, supported for a second year by The Sun.

The annual charity event aims to change the face of men’s health by supporting the fights against testicular and prostate cancer, depression and suicide.

Men are urged to sport a ’tache for November and get sponsored by friends and family.

 The charity, which originates from Australia, helps support men who may be struggling with cancer treatment and diagnosis, depression or suicide

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The charity, which originates from Australia, helps support men who may be struggling with cancer treatment and diagnosis, depression or suicide

Movember started in Australia and launched here 11 years ago.

It draws attention to the fact men are dying six years earlier than women due to common health causes.

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So study our pictures and sort out which celebs are up to mo’ good. There is one lady among them — and she is the paso doble of a giant of the big screen.

Sky Sports and Tipping Point telly host Ben Shephard is also in the mix, as you have never seen him before.

He says: “We need to encourage men to talk about their health. The Movember Foundation has an incredible goal to try to reduce the number of young men dying by 25 per cent — and they want to do it by 2030. Stay classy, Movember.”

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 All it requires is growing a moustache for the month of November to raise money for the cause
All it requires is growing a moustache for the month of November to raise money for the cause

Another supporter is England rugby union ace Dylan Hartley.

He said: “We’ve all got a father, a brother, a friend that’s experienced some sort of physical health or mental health issues. To have a charity championing these things is huge for men’s health.”

WHO’S WHO IN OUR QUIZ?

1.

 WINGING IT . . . but which TV detective actor is crazy Spanish artist Salvador Dali?

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WINGING IT . . . but which TV detective actor is crazy Spanish artist Salvador Dali?

2.

 GRAPPLE WITH THIS . . . wrestler Hulk Hogan would Love his impersonator here

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GRAPPLE WITH THIS . . . wrestler Hulk Hogan would Love his impersonator here

3.

 FREDDIE, STEADY, MO’ . . . gameshow favourite raises the Mercury level

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FREDDIE, STEADY, MO’ . . . gameshow favourite raises the Mercury level

4.

 FAKE NEWS . . . a Sky Sports host is Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy

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FAKE NEWS . . . a Sky Sports host is Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy

5.

 IMAGINE . . . which 80s pop star turned soap actor is The Beatles’ John Lennon

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IMAGINE . . . which 80s pop star turned soap actor is The Beatles’ John Lennon

6.

 SERIOUS-LEIGH . . . the only time you will see comic as tough Burt Reynolds

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SERIOUS-LEIGH . . . the only time you will see comic as tough Burt Reynolds

7.

 P-ASH-ION PROJECT . . . take steps to spot the dancefloor favourite as Charlie Chaplin

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P-ASH-ION PROJECT . . . take steps to spot the dancefloor favourite as Charlie Chaplin
  • The Sun is supporting the Grow a Mo campaign and you can too – by growing your own. To sign for the charity challenge, go to movember.com, click on the Grow a Moustache tab and follow the simple steps.

QUIZ ANSWERS

1. Ben Miller as Salvador Dali

2. Kem Cetinay as Hulk Hogan

3. Paddy McGuinness as Freddie Mercury

4. Ben Shephard as Ron Burgundy

5. Martin Kemp as John Lennon

6. Leigh Francis as Burt Reynolds

7. Ashley Roberts as Charlie Chaplin

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