Stars of screen and sport are backing Birmingham's bid to host the Commonwealth Games in 2022.
Hollywood stars Julie Walters, who's originally from Smethwick and David Harewood from Small Health are the latest celebrities to show their support.
Over 60 top athletes have already thrown their weight behind the city hosting the games, including Sir Mo Farah, Adam Peaty and Usain Bolt.
Birmingham City Council argues that the region will be able to host a "low cost, low risk, high quality Games".
They say 95% of the competition venues are already in place and the city has a track record of delivering large international sporting events.
There are just weeks to go before a decision is made as to whether an English bid will be submitted, and if so, which city will be put forward to host.