Robbie and Take That reunite on stage
Page last updated at 08:46 GMT, Friday, 13 November 2009
- Robbie Williams has appeared on stage with his former band mates Take That for a special Children In Need gig at London's Royal Albert Hall.
- Robbie didn't sing with the band as expected, but was introduced on stage by Gary before performing new album tracks Bodies and You Know Me. He told Newsbeat: "I started to tear up waiting to go on in the wings... the place went ape."
- Take That opened the show, which was organised by Gary, and raised more than £500,000 through ticket sales. They sang Greatest Day before Gary introduced Robbie as an "old friend". He said: "Let's hope it's the beginning of more of it."
- Cheryl Cole went for a black and white military-style outfit for her performance of Fight For This Love, backed up by a troupe of co-ordinated dancers.
- The X Factor judge also teamed up with Snow Patrol for a rendition of Set The Fire To The Third Bar.
- Leona Lewis went for a luxurious purple gown for her songs Run and Happy. She said: "It was awesome, the crowd were amazing... and it was with a live massive orchestra which I've never done before." She also said she'd love to sing with Snow Patrol.
- Lily Allen joined Take That on stage for Shine. She said Mark and Gary had popped round to her house for a run-through a few weeks ago and she hadn't told her boyfriend, so it was very funny when he walked in and saw them sitting round the kitchen table.
- Dizzee Rascal and Gavin and Stacey's James Corden also put in an appearance together in front of the 4,500 strong crowd. Dizzee performed Dirty Cash (Money Talks) with Noisettes singer Shingai Shoniwa.
- All the acts came back on stage for the finale, including Sir Paul McCartney, with a performance of The Beatles' Hey Jude.