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The Best Of Red Nose Day

All the funniest moments from Red Nose Day 2017. With Sir Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Sally Phillips, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis, Miranda Hart and more.


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It is March the 24th 2017, welcome to another great today here in

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London town. Don't worry, it is Red Nose Day!

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# Get crazy, shout are! # Chill out, relax, and give, go on,

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dip into your --! # Comics all and new, rounding up

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the talent who had nothing else to do...

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# It's going to be a crazy night, no jokes about my height!

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# Got a gorgeous twinkle in my eye...

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# We will only stay for seven hours. # It will make you happy!

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# Gangnam styled... # Had, sexy lady!

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# You won't believe that we all showed up!

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# A paradise... # We promise no pun is, just a night

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of one! Are you joking?! # Just give to our good cause to

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day! # So if you've got a quid, just give

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it to a kid! # Don't be selfish on this Red Nose

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Day fine! Friday night saw an incredible

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night of comedy. # We are going to embrace chaos even

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further! Up and down the country,

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we shared laughter and shed tears. She was really smiling and she just

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started crying. Your generosity has helped transform

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the lives of people all over the world, as you dug

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deep to raise... Shut up, Infinity, and no return!

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From all of us at Comic Relief, we want to say thank you,

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as we bring you the highlights from a very special

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Please welcome Jonathan Ross and Sir Lenny Henry! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

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Welcome to the only show that needs a government health warning, we live

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and of rehearsals are anything to go by, we will get into a lot of

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trouble with the BBC! It will be will wed the ban if we can raise a

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huge amount of money, are you with me?

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Yes! # Got your lipstick mark

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still on your coffee cup # In the twist of separation

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You excelled at being free # Can't you find a little

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room inside for me? # Whatever I said, whatever

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I did, I didn't mean it # Want you back, want you

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back, want you back for good # Whenever I'm wrong, just tell me

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the song and I'll sing it # Want you back, want you

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back, want you back for good #. Now, you guys have never

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tried to make it here, but was there ever a point

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where you thought about We had this hilarious

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meeting in London. These two guys from the New York

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record company flew in, and they literally spent an hour

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telling us, "We're going to do this, We'll go to Vegas and

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do this radio thing. And then we'll hit them

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with marketing in New York and do And what do you think,

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after an hour, full-on? The silence went down the line

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until it got to Howard. I think you've just got

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to get the word out. Will you listen to the music,

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and play it for friends? Tweet it, Instagram it,

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do the whole thing, OK? Your wives will love it,

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your kids will love it. What are you going

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to tell people, sir? They are the biggest group

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in the world and we just met them! Excuse me, gents,

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are you music fans? I feel like we've got

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the word out there. Are there any customers in there

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that are interested in new music? This is our first big

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store performance, OK? This is going back to the days

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of Woolworths and Our Price. This is the stuff

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that breaks people. Ladies and gentlemen,

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it's Take That! Ladies and gentlemen,

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for their first performance as TT3 in Los Angeles,

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please welcome Take That! # When the time grew

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near for me to show my love # Hiding from a word

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I need to hear now # But the nights were

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always warm with you # But the morning

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always comes too soon # Hoping that I'll be a part

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of you again someday... Ladies and gentlemen,

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that was Take That! Tell your friends,

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tell your friends! Let's go, let's go,

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let's go, let's go! Tell you what, guys, it's small

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steps, but we're making inroads. Is there anything like

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us out here, James? All you need to do is

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call 03457 9-10 9-10. Or you can donate through

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a simple text message. 100% of your donation

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will go to Comic Relief. You must be 16 or over and please

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ask the bill payer's permission. For full terms and conditions

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and more information, please go And with Gift Aid, you can claim an

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extra 25p. So please say yes because every penny makes a huge difference.

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Hello, Billy Connelly here asking for your cash.

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I've got cancer and Parkinson's, and I definitely need a

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We've got people all over the UK older than me who

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are really living tough lives, and I'd love you to help them.

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One evening, she turned round and she looked at me

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And the bottom dropped out of my world then.

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This is Jo, she was diagnosed with dementia at just 57 years old.

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It was a devastating discovery for her and her

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And she said, unfortunately, you've got early-onset

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And this is Margaret, struggling to cope with

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the loss of her husband, the love of her life.

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Where do you go when your soul mate, partner, lover, has gone?

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And you, you amazing people out there.

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Young, old, and somewhere in-between.

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Your cash helps people like this, grand people whose life has

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And I'd ask you tonight to do it again, or

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Although if it's the first time watching Red Nose

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Day, you probably don't even know me!

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I'm the hilarious comedian with a weird

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beard, who once took off all my clothes for Comic Relief.

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What matters is you, tonight, at home, and this

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amazing power to completely change someone's life.

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I really hope you'll find it in your hearts to give

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It'll be simple and marvellous and you'll be so proud of yourselves.

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You can be part of a life-saving miracle tonight, if you can just

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. # That is very dangerous.

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Are you going anywhere near Port Talbot?

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I'm going to put on some music so that we can have

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# Every now and then I get a little bit lonely...

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# Every now and then I get a little bit tired of listening to the sound

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# Every now and then I get a little bit nervous...

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# Every now and then I get a little bit terrified

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# And then I see the look in your eyes

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# Every now and then I fall apart And I need you now tonight

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# And I need you more than ever If you'd only hold me tight

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# We'll be holding on forever And we'll only be making it right

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Are you gamers? They said I would meet famous people if I came here

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today. Are you famous? Do you know Adele? Can I meet her? Adele is not

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here. This is not about getting on the telly and being famous people.

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Ed Sheeran is backstage. Izzy backstage? He is famous, but Ginger,

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it don't really count. Everyone is here because they care about others

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less well off and they want to do a little bit to make a difference. You

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have contributed zero, don't know anyone and do nothing. Thank you.

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The whole country has been watching you. What have you got to say for

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yourself? Am I bothered? Am I bothered? Do you think I am

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bothered? I don't care, mate. Look at my face, right? Is any part of me

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bothered? Somebody call her parents. Look, says, bothered, I don't care.

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Buzzards, phase, Red Nose Day, I ain't bothered, I don't care, I

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don't bother. Ed Sheeran, baked beans, shave your head. I don't

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care, I ain't bothered. You are in Harry Potter, innit? That will give

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you a red nose. # God only knows what I would be

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without you. # God only knows what I would be

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without you. I'll get it. Who is it? He is not

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going to believe that, it is March. They are raising money for Red Nose

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Day. Not again. Give them a quid and tell them to go away.

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# Silent night, holy night. # All is calm, all is white.

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That is a nice idea. Yes, thank you, we are very happy.

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Do you like the beard? I don't like it either.

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Tomorrow is Red Nose Day and we hope everyone will be giving a little

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cash to this great cause. Back in number ten after five years away and

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here is a little song to loosen your loose change.

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MUSIC: "Hotline Bling" by Drake.

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# You got a reputation for yourself now

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# Everybody knows and I feel left out...

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# You started wearing less and goin' out more

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# Glasses of champagne out on the dance floor

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# Hangin' with some girls I've never seen before

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How many times have I told you not to dance down the stairs?

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When I hear that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing.

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I liked it best when you worked for me.

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So, Billy Mack, welcome back to the airwaves.

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Billy, you have released a charity single, and it's a cover version

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of the ZZ Top classic Gimme All Your Lovin'.

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Yes, except we've changed the word "lovin'" to "money".

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a wonderful charity supporting children.

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No, the truth is, I like the kids who buy my records.

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Even you must have noted how short and selfish they are.

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I've got an autobiography coming out and I need a bit of publicity.

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Billy, I see you haven't got your manager with you today.

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Tell me, has he finally left you, after you being so rude about him?

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Well, for giving an honest answer to a question.

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That never happens here at Radio Watford.

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Ask me anything you like, I'll tell you the truth.

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OK, I probably asked you this last time you were here....

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It's definitely one of the Kardashians.

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Are you looking for anything in particular?

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It'll be ready in the jiffiest of jiffies.

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This is so much more than just a bag.

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Do you remember the first time I drove you?

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I remember looking at you and thinking,

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I wished you could speak Portuguese, so I could tell you how I felt.

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There was something about central heating, wasn't there?

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By the way, very attractive turtleneck today.

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Can we have rice with it this time, though?

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I'm getting a little tired of stir-fry.

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And, of course, the yoghurt-coated raisins.

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I know, I thought I'd give you a surprise visit.

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The surprise is, you have to pay for my flight.

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No, I'm just wearing high-heeled trainers.

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I'm worried. You haven't been in touch.

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I know, I'm sorry. I've just had a lot on my mind.

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I can help you with money, you know. I'm loaded.

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Well, it's more of a love thing, actually.

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You should have had this sorted out ages ago.

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the only person you've ever genuinely been in love with

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was that cute, wee girl, the singer at school.

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We met up in New York and, er, well, that's why we're here.

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I was wondering if I could ask for your son's hand in marriage.

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All you want for Christmas is this stringbean?

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Prime Minister, what happened to your arm?

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I fell down the stairs while dancing to Hotline Bling.

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I believe it happened to Palmerston as well.

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Yes, Prime Minister, when you came to power the first time,

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You said that the power of good could finally win,

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14 years later, do you still feel as upbeat?

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Obviously, times for many people have got harder and people

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And it's not just in politics that things are tough.

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Usain Bolt has run his last Olympics.

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The Harry Potter films have finished.

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But let's look at the other side of the coin.

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Metallica's new album is an absolute cracker.

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And on a deeper level, I'm optimistic.

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Wherever you see tragedy, you see bravery too.

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Wherever you see ordinary people in need,

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you see extraordinary ordinary people come to their aid.

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Today's Red Nose Day, and people are giving their hard-earned cash

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to people who they'll never meet, but whose pain and fear

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So it's not just romantic love which is all around.

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Most people still, every day, everywhere, have enough love

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in their heart to help human beings in trouble.

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Prime Minister, what do you think is the best

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I want to talk about the famine that has been on the news recently. We

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have been doing this a long time back in 1994, there was a horrible

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famine in Ethiopia and Sudan and some bright spark said, I know, send

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a bunch of comedians to help! Worst idea ever! I am so proud of

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everything we have achieved together, Comic Relief is working to

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give long-term change in gradually change entire communities for the

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better. But sometimes, really big stuff happens which upsets an entire

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country. Two years ago, we gave life-saving help when Ebola struck

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in Africa and there is this crisis across four countries across Africa

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now, it is real and very frightening. More than half the

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population of Yemen is hungry, half a country. Tonight, 20 million

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people do not know whether next meal is coming from, there is no food at

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all, parents watching their children die of hunger before their eyes. Set

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up Comic Relief after a famine and it is crazy not to give money to

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night to help this intense emergency. You, the brilliant and

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generous British public, have the power to save lives right now. If

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you can part with money tonight and next week, we can reach families

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literally starving to death. This is an opportunity right now to be part

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of the news in a good way, to save a life tonight. Please, please, please

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give what you can. You know the details, I will not say them again,

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you can see how easy it is to do. Go online... Hit the donate button and

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give what you can. Or pick up the phone and dialled... Or send a text.

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Text yes. Welcome to Your Mum: a little game

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that unearths a few embarrassing secrets about our hosts and,

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more importantly, Romesh and his mum Shanti

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m and Joel and Penny. For the sons and daughters

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I will read out some statements made by your mum and you have to think

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if it was your mum or one of the other mothers

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by holding up your plate. On one side, it says my mum

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and on the other, it says your mum. These are all absolutely true

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facts your kids do not know about. Here we go, fact number one,

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one of the mothers said this... I once caught my partner talking

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to another woman, to get him back I used his toothbrush to clean

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the entire house, sinks Was that your mum or one

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of the other mums? That's such a maternal thing

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to do, because you get revenge, but the house

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is immaculate afterwards. Did you clean everything

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with the toothbrush, the toilet? Don't know if you will still be

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talking after this one. Which one of your mums had some fun

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with an '80s pop star? I can tell you that the pop

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star was Meatloaf. Sorry, sorry, hello, high! He

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touched me! Hello! Nice! Lovely, a bit feminine, but lovely. The Sun,

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what is going on, I am not sure Ed knows the Comic Relief rules, a

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silly rule which I will stick by. It demands that the musical act, they

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have to kiss with passion and considerable meaning, the tallest

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host of tonight. It is a role. It is my first year, I don't know! Yes, it

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is a rule, so... CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. You have got

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lit bomb on so... No, that is not fair! CHEERING AND APPLAUSE. I just

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remembered something, sorry, it is the tallest female hose that gets

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the kiss! -- host. It's been over three years

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since the outbreak of Ebola killed When was the last time

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you went to school? I think that is going to happen, you

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have got a beautiful voice! The thing preventing her getting her

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dreams, she has not got a dad and it is up to her to bring in money. She

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is only 12. Last thing I wanted this trip to be

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was to be the celebrity who comes over to Africa and cries on TV

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and says, "Send your money over." I really wanted to come and be like,

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everything is positive, I don't know, just

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singing with that girl... She was smiling and she just started

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crying. Yeah, she just got really

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choked up about it. I watch Comic Relief every single

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year, and this is always I always think, no,

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is it really that bad? Then I sort of turn

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up and, yes, it is. That is just one story out here, it

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was the smiley as the girl who came up to us. I have tried to speak to

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so many and she is the smiley as and she has got that story, so God

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This is the really important thing...

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To send a girl like Peaches to school for a whole year is only ?45.

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So please give what you can, you can completely change lives tonight,

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thank you. Please welcome my next guest, Tom

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Daley, the diver. Are you not hot? Yes, I am hot! So take it off! To

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compare our bodies? That is a good idea! Right, OK, when we go to a

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swimming pool, why do we have a shower, it is a big bat anyway!

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Hygiene, bacteria, that kind of stuff. Do they put Blue Day into a

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slim import to stop people being in them? No. It is a myth, I have been

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holding it in for no reason? You probably should not be doing that

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anyway! Mr perfect! The serious business, raising money for Africa,

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if people pledge, you are happy to do a charity dive, I presume? Into

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the hot tub? Yes, we will get you a dive chair. I cannot do that! Don't

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you care about charity, Tom? Of course, but two feet of water, I

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cannot do that! So why have we got a diver, anyone?! No, no! What was

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that? Nothing. It had to be something. Somebody has said if I

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take my top off, they will give money to charity. It is not

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happening, all right? It is for a good cause. The dive was for a good

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cause, Tom! It's all going to be very tasteful

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and actually really sexy, OK? Now, I've only rented

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this place for an hour, Come on, Ed, mate.

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Trying to do a shoot here. Yeah, it's not all about you, Ed.

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Jesus Christ. # We could change this

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whole world with a piano # Grab a bass, some

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guitar, add a beat # Everybody's talking

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'bout exponential growth # And the stock market

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crashing in their portfolios # While I'll be sitting

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here with a song that I wrote Everybody, come follow we

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Song that I wrote... And check out the stars

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on my rogue MC My little kiddy

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flight, you can tell I'm nonstop Dropping off

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vinyls, merch and caps But first of all

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you need electricity Don't worry, I'm on the case

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Cos here he comes on the escalator It's a generator from

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Brentford to Africa # Ain't got a soapbox

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I can stand upon And I hold the microphone

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like a lyrical gun # Daddy told

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me, son, don't you get involved And when I'm on the mic

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I'm lyrically cold... # Ain't got a soapbox

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I can stand upon And I hold the microphone

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like a lyrical gun # Daddy told

:45:13.:45:17.

me, son, don't you get involved Cos when I'm on the

:45:18.:45:19.

mic, I'm lyrically pure, Kuruption! And check out the stars

:45:20.:45:24.

on my rogue MC Help me teach the

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females how to wind Listen to the rhyme

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and wind and deliver Don't be sad cos you

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ain't had your dinner Just turn up the bass

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and raise your gun finger Killing killing them

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dressed like a militant Owning the mic on the

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back of an elephant Listen to the UK G message

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we spread On the Kurupt

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FM, the rest are irrelevant I wanna be President

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So all of the people can represent Turn your water into champers

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And tell you it's original skankers I'm a lyrical panther

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I'm in a pet now pamper Turn your water into

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champers And tell you it's

:46:17.:46:18.

original skankers... I mean, this is offensive,

:46:19.:46:20.

this is offensive. Eddie, we've still got

:46:21.:46:24.

the spear throwing scene. I'm a lyrical panther

:46:25.:46:28.

I'm in a pet now pamper And tell you it's

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original skankers... With your help, the number

:46:45.:47:09.

of children dying from malaria each But malaria is still one

:47:10.:47:12.

of the biggest killers Even though it is

:47:13.:47:15.

preventable and treatable. This is the children's ward in one

:47:16.:47:20.

of Malawi's biggest hospitals. Most of the children

:47:21.:47:23.

here are suffering from malaria. The problem is so consuming there

:47:24.:47:29.

aren't enough beds to go around. She laughs, she cries and,

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like many children of her age, Her mother, Mary,

:47:36.:47:46.

is desperately poor. There aren't any malaria testing

:47:47.:47:53.

kits in her village. So she's had no choice

:47:54.:47:58.

but to walk for three hours, carrying her daughter

:47:59.:48:02.

to the nearest hospital. All the time, her little girl's

:48:03.:48:05.

blood was being destroyed Doctor Columbo is doing

:48:06.:48:09.

everything he can to save her. If only Mtunduwatha had been

:48:10.:48:31.

diagnosed even a day earlier, she might not now be fighting

:48:32.:48:52.

for her life. ?30 you give would pay for 100

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children to be diagnosed. # When I heard that sound, I was

:49:18.:50:44.

thinking about # When my skin grows old and my bed

:50:45.:50:55.

turns cold, I will be thinking about # The sadness from my heart

:50:56.:51:04.

# Helpless I surrender shackled by your love their Mac holding you

:51:05.:51:16.

quite near, poison on your lips, # Silence is so

:51:17.:51:29.

hard # It is so hard.

:51:30.:51:37.

# Turn around, you're holding on to someone

:51:38.:52:25.

# It was almost love. #

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Jonathan Ross, I have never interviewed you. And thank you very

:53:44.:54:12.

much to what I think is the most important Slovak on the television.

:54:13.:54:18.

It is a pleasure to be here. Good luck, Gordon. Thank you. I can peel

:54:19.:54:30.

a banana with my feet. OK, let's do it. Where do you want it? Pull the

:54:31.:54:41.

table out of the way. Here we go, oh, my God. It is like planet Earth.

:54:42.:54:51.

My feet are bit sweaty! Oh, and there it is. Yes! Oh! David, David,

:54:52.:55:04.

is the culprit in broad church sitting somewhere on this server?

:55:05.:55:15.

Well, Lenny is looking a bit guilty. It must be weird walking around

:55:16.:55:22.

knowing. I know. I feel hugely powerful. I do know because we have

:55:23.:55:27.

filmed the end of the series. You did not know in the first series? We

:55:28.:55:33.

had absolutely no idea, so when you are doing an interview seen you have

:55:34.:55:39.

no idea or not. What was your special trick? Can you do it?

:55:40.:55:46.

Basically I... I am going to try and do this. If anyone wants to try and

:55:47.:55:53.

do it, I am probably going to fail. What is it called? It has no name,

:55:54.:56:04.

you can name it if you want. This is Cara Delevingne doing something. Oh,

:56:05.:56:20.

God. Oh! Oh, oh, oh. The concentration! That is incredible,

:56:21.:56:32.

everyone. She is getting back up. We have had a great laugh tonight, but

:56:33.:56:36.

I want to talk to you about something very serious. No one in

:56:37.:56:42.

this century should die of hunger. It is nonsense and an obscenity. I

:56:43.:56:45.

would like you to watch this film tonight.

:56:46.:57:03.

This is divine, weighing just 4.5 kilos. His life is in danger.

:57:04.:57:14.

He's got chubby cheeks, and every chance of a

:57:15.:57:23.

And that's thanks to you, the money you raised to help

:57:24.:57:28.

These are packed full of nutrients and are amazing

:57:29.:57:31.

for malnourished children like Divine.

:57:32.:57:33.

They're very often the difference between life and death.

:57:34.:57:37.

Before we go, I have one bit of last business. It is the final hurdle. We

:57:38.:58:16.

will see it on the screen. It will be rendered and revealed. The total

:58:17.:58:28.

for tonight so far is... We have raised more money than we

:58:29.:58:31.

anticipated. Millions in the last hour. Whilst these people were

:58:32.:58:40.

having their psyches destroyed, more money was rolling in. Thank you very

:58:41.:58:43.

much. Stay together, behave yourselves. Thanks, all of you, for

:58:44.:58:50.

watching. Every time we ask you to give, you step up to the plate and

:58:51.:58:55.

you never let us down. You are beautiful people in a glorious

:58:56.:58:57.

world.

:58:58.:58:58.

Highlights from the 2017 Red Nose Day, including all the funniest moments from the biggest comedy show of the year. With Sir Lenny Henry, Jonathan Ross, Sally Phillips, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis and Miranda Hart. There is also Alan Partridge, Peter Kay, Russell Brand, Mrs Brown, People Just Do Nothing, Cunk, Toast of London, Smack the Pony, David Walliams, This Country, Frankie Boyle and lots more.