We're so grateful to all the famous faces who are helping to create a sound future for deaf children by getting loud.

Anna Morris 

Comedian Anna Morris, who also has a hearing loss, shared a selfie with fans on Loud Shirt Day 2019.

James McVey

The Vamps star has taken part in Loud Shirt twice, sharing his pictures with thousands of fans on social media.

Len Goodman

Former Strictly Come Dancing head judge Len Goodman dug out his jazziest shirt for Loud Shirt Day 2018.

Zoe Sugg

YouTuber Zoella posted in her brightest top and shared a selfie on social media.

Graham Norton

TV presenter and comedian, Graham Norton, posed in a loud shirt to show his support for creating a sound future for deaf children. 

Jeremy Paxman

British journalist and broadcaster Jeremy Paxman has showed his support for our Loud Shirt Day campaign. In 2017 Paxman also presented Auditory Verbal UK with the Model of Excellence Award from the Centre for Social Justice.

Dame Evelyn Glennie

Dame Evelyn Glennie showed her support for deaf children for the second year in a row! The Scottish musician, who has a hearing loss herself, truly challenges perceptions of what deaf people can achieve. 

Tim Henman

Former British number one tennis player, Tim Henman, has showed his support for Loud Shirt Day 2017. 

Malorie Blackman

British children's author Malorie Blackman believes that deaf children should have the same opportunities in life as hearing children, and so she showed her support for Loud Shirt Day! 

We are so grateful to all the celebrities who have taken part in Loud Shirt Day to date including Usain Bolt, Mel C, Ben Cohen, Paloma Faith, Dame Evelyn Glennie, Len Goodman, Tyger Drew-Honey, Keith Lemon, Matt Lucas, Annie Mac, Daniel Radcliffe, Rachel Stevens, Lord Alan Sugar, Maisie Williams, Zoe Sugg, Jo Harman, Anna Williamson, James McVey, Anna Morris, Will Young and Anna Morris!

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