These Are The NSFW Red Nose Designs Comic Relief Doesn’t Want You To See

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A new Comic Relief comedy sketch has hilariously satirised the beloved Red Nose design.

Days after Comic Relief announced a Love Actually sequel sketch will air as part of the charity TV show, the organisation has released a comedy sketch revealing – in their words – ‘footage of its creative design team having their bi-annual brainstorm’.

The fictional scenario – enacted by Jamie Demetriou, Natasia Demetriou, Rhys James, Lolly Adefope and Nick Mohammed – features some new, rather unusual ideas for the 2017 Red Nose.

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Between one sadomasochistic suggestion and another inspired by a vagina, this bunch of designers are hilariously inept at conjuring up a new safe-for-work iconic nose for the family-friendly event.

The sketch – which is reminiscent of the painfully brilliant W1A – is part of a series being released on YouTube in the run up to Comic Relief.

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Of the series, Comic Relief founder Richard Curtis said:

Red Nose Day has always benefited from the support of incredible British comic talent, so it seems right that this year we’re handing the mic over to some of the most exciting new names on the circuit, from writers to stand ups and actors.

The special Comic Relief Live gigs and the new YouTube series are a chance to see the comedy stars of tomorrow in action.

Since 1985, Comic Relief has raised over £1 billion. That money has helped, and is helping, people living incredible tough lives, both here at home in the UK and across the world.

Comic Relief will be broadcast on BBC1 on Red Nose Day (Friday 24 March) in the UK, and American viewers will be able to watch on NBC to coincide with the US equivalent on 25 May.