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Chris Moyles, mounts, Cheryl Cole, Relief

Submitted by on March 8, 2009 – 6:13 pm2 Comments

climbersAll nine Comic Relief celebrity climbers have reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. Singers Gary Barlow, Cheryl Cole and Ronan Keating, and DJ Chris Moyles, were among stars taking part for this year’s Red Nose Day Campaign.

Cole and Keating shared an RAF helicopter while Moyles was carried to the top by 16 Sherpas who had been specially flown to Africa by Sir Richard Branson. Fearne Cotton made the ascent in Moyles’ back pocket. Unfortunately Gary Barlow’s agent misread the invitationĀ  – it was originally intended for his father, Coronation Street star Ken – and Barlow actually walked up Kilimanjaro.

After reaching the summit, the celebrities gathered to make a giant Comic Relief snowball for Cheryl Cole’s husband Ashley who was waiting at the bottom of the mountain.

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  • Bestdressed says:

    Fearne is my fave,

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