Pictures: Record amount raised for Children in Need
Stars came from all over the country for Friday night's Children in Need appeal, raising more money than ever before.
Hosting the show was Sir Terry Wogan, with Tess Daly, Alesha Dixon and Fearne Cotton. The girls looked great dressed in gold as they posed as Charlie’s Angels!
This year’s Children in Need show raised a record amount of over £26 million. That’s £8 million more than last year’s show!
The night included performances from stars like JLS and Olly Murs. One Direction opened the show with a performance of their hit song What Makes You Beautiful.
Matt Baker from The One Show finished his marathon Rickshaw ride just in time for the Children in Need show. He cycled nearly 500 miles from Edinburgh Castle, in Scotland, all the way back to BBC Television Centre in London and raised a massive £1.2 million!
The Saturdays looked very glamorous in long sparkly dresses. They helped to raise money by performing My Heart Takes Over which is from their new album.
Even the BBC newsreaders got into the spirit of the show! They danced with some of the Strictly Come Dancing stars to the Katy Perry song Fireworks. During their performance they took off their usual smart suits to reveal sparkly purple dresses!
JLS have been very busy with Children in Need - not only did they perform live on Friday's appeal show but they also wowed crowds at the Children in Need Rocks concert in Manchester the night before. They even had time for a quick chat with Leah!