The organisation hopes that the celebrity involvement will encourage more consumers to “take a step for Fairtrade” as part of the annual Fairtrade Fortnight campaign.
The video shows the celebrities breaking into dance when they realise they have done something for Fairtrade, such as used Fairtrade tea or flour, instead of non-Fairtrade products.
Fairtrade revealed its plans to extend its marketing activity into a year-round strategy to Marketing Week earlier this year.
John Tashiro, marketing director of The Fairtrade Foundation says: “Fairtrade Fortnight 2012 will be the biggest online Fairtrade event ever. We haven’t forgotten traditional media routes, but the grassroots movement of Fairtrade supporters and campaigners in the UK are increasingly connected through online tools and communications.
“The campaign aims to stimulate action and reaches out to consumers, commercial partners and campaigners through different channels across the year, but crucially under a unified banner.”
Other celebrities involved include: Made in Chelsea’s Francesca ‘Cheska’ Hull, broadcaster Natalie Pinkham and Strictly Come Dancing’s Darren Bennett and Lilia Kopylova.