Former pop singer turned actress Kym Marsh has attended many exclusive events in her time.
So you can imagine we were desperate to rifle through her rails and see what goodies she had for the OK! Closet Clear Out for Refuge auction.
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And we've really lucked out with this auction lot as Kym has generously donated four party dresses for you to bid on.
The first dress is a blue leopard print number, worn to one of the many amazing OK! parties, a celeb fest if ever there was one.
The second dress you might recognise, as Kym wore this sensational green dress to the British Soap Awards.
And a stunning red lace evening gown, fit for a winter ball.
And while Kym is giving away dresses that hold treasured memories she is also offering you the chance to buy a black mini dress that she has never even worn!
Kym like so many of our amazing celebrities is a big supporter of Refuge and the work they do.
"I have always been a huge supporter of Refuge, as I think the work they do is very important but never more so then now as during this lockdown we are sadly seeing a rise in cases of domestic violence. So it's more important than ever that we do what we can to support them."
These amazing pieces are waiting for YOU to bid on them and help raise money and save a life.
To bid on Kym's dresses head to our eBay page here.
How to donate to OK! Closet Clear Out For Refuge
To bid on your favourite celebrity's item of clothing to raise money for Refuge, supporting victims of domestic abuse, head over to our eBay shop NOW!
And if you would like to take part in OK! Closet Clear Out Campaign yourself, just #CREATE space in your wardrobe, #DONATE £5 to Refuge and #NOMINATE friends to do the closet clear-out.
Text OK4REFUGE 5 to 70480 to donate £5
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If you’re in need of help, don’t suffer in silence.
Call the Refuge Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. It’s staffed 24 hours a day, every day of the year, with a dedicated team of experts on hand to offer help and advice. If you’re in immediate danger, call the police on 999. If you can’t talk and are on a mobile, press 55 when prompted and you’ll be connected to the local police force who will help without the need for you to speak.
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