West Ham United fan Ray Winstone has become the latest fan to take part in Danny Baker’s campaign to wear the ‘Shirt of Hurt’ for Sport Relief.
The Hollywood star, who is a lifelong Hammers supporter, swapped his claret and blue shirt for the jersey of bitter rivals Millwall with BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Baker.
Since the campaign started two weeks ago, Baker has convinced a legion of fans to wear the shirt of their arch rivals in a bid to raise money for Sport Relief.
Famous faces to have worn the ‘Shirt of Hurt’ include Dean Ashton, Martin Keown, Lee Dixon, Adrian Chiles, Kenny Sansom and Colin Murray.
However, former Arsenal midfielder Perry Groves refused to wear a Tottenham Hotspur shirt with ‘GINOLA 14’ printed on the back and instead pledged £400 to the charity to not wear the shirt.
There is still a chance for people to join in with the ‘Shirt of Hurt’ challenge and you can show your support by texting SHIRT to 70011 to donate £1 to Sport Relief.
You can find out more information on the campaign at www.bbc.co.uk/sportrelief