Sport Relief raises record £55m
Sport Relief's live TV show has raised more than £55m for charity.
David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Gary Lineker and Greg James hosted the show on Friday, which was held at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The total of £55,444,906 breaks the previous on-the-night record of £51m.
The show featured new sketches from Andy and Jamie Murray, and a performance by James Bay of the official Sport Relief song, Running.
The Sport Relief Clash of the Titans returned, with stars Freddie Flintoff and Sir Steve Redgrave captaining teams of celebrities.
There were also highlights of Radio 1 DJ Greg James' triathlon challenge and comedian Eddie Izzard's attempt to run 27 marathons in 27 days.