The streets of Wembley were painted red - and every other colour under the sun - over the weekend, as the world-famous Color Run tore through the borough.
Around 19,000 runners took part in the event, on Sunday (June 7), starting the day as a blank canvas and finishing looking like something from a Fabiano Millani painting!
The run returned to Wembley Park for the third time, with runners meandering through the streets, getting doused in a different coloured powder at every kilometre of the 5k course, before making their way into the finish area.
Many famous faces had their bodies covered in coloured powder including EastEnders star Luisa Bradshaw-White and TV's Dr Linda Papadopolous.
Made in Chelsea star Fran-Newman Young was also left painted in every colour of the rainbow. She said: "We've had the best day. It’s been amazing to get some fitness in whilst having so much fun.
"It’s been a blast getting covered in colour, the blue zone was immense!!”
In celebration of their efforts, the 'color runners' then partied in true London style, throwing coloured powder all over the venue.
Participants jogged, walked, skipped and danced their way around the Wembley route with friends, family and colleagues.
James Robinson, MD of Challenger World, said: “What an incredible way to start The Colour Run summer!
"London has done us proud: the runners here today have encapsulated the spirit and passion of this event with incredible style.
“Thanks to everyone who came and made the day such a success, roll on Manchester!”