Ore Oduba hosts as Martin Roberts, Tyger Drew-Honey, Sam Quek, Sharron Davies and Zoe Lyons battle it out in five fun races, while five contestants try to pick the winner.
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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Hello and welcome to And They're Off for Sport Relief,
the show where five famous faces go head-to-head
in a series of fearsome races.
And in the studio, we have five contestants,
all hoping to choose the champion.
Plus, we are here to raise lots of money for Sport Relief,
and you at home can do your bit and donate.
Details of how to do that will be coming up later on in the show.
But now, it is time to meet the five players,
all hoping to be quick off the blocks tonight.
First up, we have Keziah. She's a police officer from Lancashire.
Next up, meet Paul. He's a forensic DNA scientist from Seaham.
Our third player tonight is Tracy. She's a housewife from East Sussex.
Fourth in, meet Michael.
He's a business lecturer from Belfast.
And, finally, it's Josie.
She's a health care scientist's assistant from Newcastle.
So, those are our contestants.
It is time to meet the celebrities who'll be racing for them tonight.
First into the fray, it's hockey gold medal winner Sam Quek.
She beat allcomers with Team GB at the Olympics,
but will she give the opposition some stick today?
Our next competitor is Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts.
Has he got the foundations to prove a strong investment
or will he get a proper gazumping?
Next, a woman who's used to being thrown in at the deep end.
It's Olympics swimming legend Sharron Davies.
Can she pool her resources and put in a gala performance?
Our fourth Challenger is actor and presenter Tyger Drew Honey.
He shot to fame on Outnumbered
but, with four fearsome opponents, will he be outnumbered today?
And finally, its award-winning comedian Zoe Lyons.
She's a very funny comic
but the big question is will this stand-up fall down?
That remains to be seen.
APPLAUSE That is our dream team right there.
So, here is how the game works.
Our celebrities will fight it out over five pretty tough races.
In every race, you will be represented by one of them,
but you'll have to earn the right to pick a celeb.
If you pick the loser, you're out of the game.
Let's have a look at the first race,
as demonstrated by our resident Olympian.
Our race demonstrator is Daryll Neita,
Olympic sprinter and World relay silver medallist.
And our first race is the Mud Run.
It's a simple test of speed and power
and celebrities need to sprint 50 metres to the finish
but avoid getting stuck in the three mud pits.
They'll need to be strong and focused
to make it to the end of the course.
If they get stuck in the mud, they'll need to haul themselves out
and keep going till they reach the finish line.
Who are you behind in the Mud Run?
So, first up, our celebrities need to show us
their speed and their power.
Who will be first past the finish line
and who's getting a face full of mud?
It's time to find out.
You're about to see five pictures that are all clues to an answer.
The first person to buzz in and give the correct answer
gets first choice of celebrity.
Here is your first question.
These comedians are from which city?
Michael quick on the buzzer.
-Is the right answer, my friend. Well done.
Two more comedians on the board there.
Craig Ferguson, Kevin Bridges, Susan Calman,
Frankie Boyle and Billy Connolly.
Michael, you, my friend, have first pick of our celebrities.
So, who are you going to go for?
-I think Sharron Davies.
Mud's a wee bit wet and, obviously, she's used to being in the water,
so maybe that will help her.
Mud is a little bit wet. It is also a lot muddy.
-Yeah, but she'll be fine.
-She'll be fine.
OK, Sharron Davies is yours, Michael.
-The rest of you are back in play. Here's your next question.
These have all won which competition?
Josie, just in there.
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!
Is not the right answer, Josie. You're frozen out.
Let's see who's left on the board.
-Eurovision Song Contest.
-Is the right answer. Well done.
We have Salvador Sobral, Katrina And The Waves,
Celine Dion, Conchita Wurst and Abba.
Well done, Paul. Four more celebrities to choose from.
I think I'm going to support Tyger
in this round. He's quite small, quite light,
-so I think he'll be able to just fly through that mud.
Tyger Drew Honey is yours, Paul.
Three more celebrities to choose from. Here we go.
These films are all based on books by which author?
-Is exactly the answer we were looking for.
James And The Giant Peach, Fantastic Mr Fox, The BFG,
Matilda and Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory.
Well done, Keziah. So, we have the Mud Run.
We have three celebrities to choose from. Sam, Zoe or Martin?
-Yeah? Olympic gold medallist, right?
Sam Quek is all yours, Keziah.
So, Tracy, Josie, here's your question.
These actors all starred in which film?
-Is the right answer. Well done.
Bill Paxton, Kathy Bates, Billy Zane,
Kate Winslet, Leonardo DiCaprio.
Josie, it means that you have the last pick
of our two remaining celebrities.
Is it going to be Zoe or Martin
taking on the Mud Run?
I think I'm going to go with Zoe.
She seems quite, you know, athletic.
-More girl power as well, you know.
-Yeah, girl power.
-Let's go for the girl power.
And let's go for Zoe. She's all yours, Josie.
-Which means, Tracy...
-I've got Martin, haven't I?
Come on, Martin, you can do it!
OK, so, she doesn't like it,
-but she's going to have to have Martin, Tracy.
Remember, guys, if your celeb comes in last,
you'll be leaving us tonight.
Let's hear from our commentator, Dave Lamb, and a very wet Mud Run.
Get ready for a very soggy Mud Run!
Zoe's pumped up.
Martin's fed up.
Sam, limbering up.
Sharron, cheeky thumbs up.
And Tyger, put 'em up, put 'em up!
They're on the start line.
-And they're off!
It's chucking it down here but Tyger makes a decent start.
He's followed by Sam,
who attacks the mud pit like it's nicked her hockey sticks.
Take that, mud pit!
They're all in pit one at the moment. Tyger, Zoe...
Zoe, in green, is going to be first out, I think.
But Martin's stuck. If only house prices moved this slowly, eh?
Zoe and Tyger storm their way onto the second pit.
Sam not far behind with a two-footed jump.
Take that, second mud pit.
And here's Sharron, in purple.
Tyger's in the lead here, as Martin hits the mud hard for a second time.
Tyger's got the technique,
nearly clearing that pit.
Sam just behind him there, look.
But our property expert's taken up permanent residence in that pit,
by the looks of things.
Tyger's out of the last pit now and, look at that,
finishes with a cartwheel. Sam, with a slide.
But now it's back to where the action's really at.
Sharron's managed to break away from Martin here.
Jumped straight into that mud. Zoe's got the finish line in sight, look.
Martin is gaining ever so slightly on Sharron here.
I mean, he's a long way back.
Zoe's in third. Sharron's out now.
Martin most definitely isn't.
There's no way he's catching Sharron.
She's fourth and Martin must think he's back on Homes Under The Hammer,
because he's going, he's going, and he's gone.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Hey, Paul, Tyger Drew Honey! He flew, he flew!
-The boy did good.
-The boy did very good.
-Who WAS last though, Tracy?
-Rub it in!
I'm so sorry. Hey, it's been so lovely having you on, Tracy.
-I'm afraid we are going to have to say goodbye.
Let's hear it for Tracy.
And we are also saying goodbye, for the moment,
to the muddy Martin Roberts.
What did I find hard about it?
Apart from the rain and the extremely sticky mud
and the fact you can't move? Nothing, it was a piece of cake.
LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE I think he enjoyed it.
So, we have lost Martin.
But, we've still got four amazing celebrities left.
Let's take a look at their next race.
Race two is The Donuts.
Our celebrities need to make their way
over eight inflatable donuts to the finish line.
They're going to need good balance and agility
just to make it across because, if they hit the water,
they're back to the start.
They can use any technique they want.
Some might run but some might crawl.
Maybe slow and steady will win the race.
Who are you behind in The Donuts?
So, it's a test of balance and agility.
Who will sink and who will swim? Here's your first question.
These are all photos of which TV personality?
Is the right answer. Yes, Josie. There's one more picture there.
So, you get first pick of our four celebrities
-that are about to take on the donuts.
-Oh, goodness me.
I think I'm going to go with Sam.
You're going to go with Sam?
Based with her being an athlete again
and working under pressure, so Sam.
Sam Quek is all yours.
The three of you, you're back in play. Here's your question.
These footballers have all played for which national team?
-Is the right answer, yeah.
One more player there.
Aaron Ramsey, Ian Rush, Ryan Giggs and Gareth Bale. Well done, Michael.
-So, you get the next pick.
-It's a hard one.
I think I might go for Tyger this time.
He could probably fly across those donuts
-relatively quickly, I think.
-Tyger Drew Honey is yours, Michael.
Right, Keziah, Paul,
very crucial question. Get this answer right
and you'll have the last pick of our celebrities. Here we go.
These have all been in relationships with members of which group?
-Is the right answer, well done.
We had one more in there as well.
Perrie Edwards was engaged to Zayn,
Caroline Flack and Taylor Swift dated Harry
and Cheryl is seeing Liam.
Very well done, Keziah. So, you have that last all-important pick.
Zoe or Sharron?
I'll go with Sharron.
She didn't do very well last time but I'll give her a chance.
OK, Sharron Davies is yours, Keziah. Paul...
Sharron would have been my first choice
but Zoe, she is used to zap stand-up
so, as long as she can still stand up, then I'm in with a chance.
That is the perfect answer.
Paul, you've got Zoe Lyons.
It is time to find out who'll defeat the donuts
and who's going to get a right good dunking. Here we go.
Race two, it's The Donuts.
Sharron waves for the camera.
Zoe, primed for the occasion.
Sam, up for the fight.
And Tyger, something for the ladies.
-And they're off!
Zoe and Sam, attacking the donuts, but Zoe's off.
And so is Sam, eventually. That was a good run. Let's see that again.
Zoe goes first. Sam can't quite stay on her feet. Both back to the start.
Tyger and Sharron, slow and steady here.
Tyger, well, he wobbles on that next donut but he is still on.
Sharron, it has to be said, is taking it very slowly.
And Sam's donuts are sopping wet and she just can't stay on.
Tyger, though, really beginning to get things in motion here.
Look at that face! Sharron, getting things in slow motion, really,
it has to be said.
And Zoe Lyons falls.
So, Tyger's beating Lyons!
Well, that's one age-old question answered.
Sam's off again, look.
Look at that! And, just like that, Tyger gets his paws onto the bank.
He has cleared the donuts! He looks exhausted.
Here comes another run from Sam.
three, four, five...
She's still on! That's amazing! Amazing run from Sam!
Tyger crosses the line.
He earns his stripes there, with a victory.
Sharron's inching forward.
Zoe's inching downwards much quicker.
Look at that. Sam's at the bank. What a display that was!
She's dragged herself up to second place, when she looked out of it.
Sharron's still looking a bit out of it,
reaching for her final donut though. Sam takes second.
Zoe's going to need a miracle here.
And possibly a float and a towel and a fan heater!
Sharron is out.
She climbs out. She'll take third.
And poor old Zoe is defeated.
That's one, two, three,
but Zoe is stranded in the lions' enclosure,
back at the start, for fourth.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
I mean, Michael,
Tyger Drew Honey flying past the donuts like they weren't even there.
He's doing absolutely fantastic. I'm kind of glad
I was swayed by his first win. Can he keep it going? I hope so.
I think I'm definitely going with him
if I get the answer to the question.
OK, he's got mud, he's got donuts...
Who knows what's coming next? Oh, Paul!
What can I say?
I think she stopped to have a cup of tea with the donuts!
Paul, we have to say goodbye. Hasn't he been a great player?
We also have to say goodbye to Zoe Lyons.
I wasn't enormously confident going in to that race.
It had a number of factors that weren't going to go for me.
Speed is not my strong point and balance certainly isn't,
so I was quite surprised I got to the fourth one.
All of our celebrities have given up their time
to try and raise as much money as possible
for the brilliant Sport Relief.
50% of the money raised through Sport Relief goes towards projects
right here in the UK, offering support to people facing challenges.
Right now, your money is hard at work across the UK.
All over the country, it's helping people whose lives are difficult
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You have provided support to mums experiencing mental health issues.
Zoe's world felt like it was falling down
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During the night, I'd just sit crying
and I literally would sit there and hold her
and be, like, "I can't do it,"
to the point where my mum had to take my baby away from me.
I think that was the worst feeling.
To have that support, to realise there was something not right
and to be able to talk about it made it so much better.
You've helped people living tough lives find friendship and hope.
Bill's life took a turn for the worse,
when he found himself homeless on the streets.
I was on my own. I'd got no-one else to turn to but myself.
Joining The Choir With No Name has totally altered things for me.
I met new friends there, loads of really good friends.
I'm happier than I've ever been.
You've given people living with dementia
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Gilly faces a daily battle with short-term memory loss.
By the time I get out of the house,
and start walking out there,
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When you talk to people who have got the same thing,
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And you've supported numerous people facing mental health challenges,
people who are finding it hard to cope with everyday life.
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They become part of my life.
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Anything you can spare, it really will make a big difference.
Right, we're at the halfway point
and still in the game are Keziah, Michael and Josie,
all hoping to be tonight's champion.
And their fate lies in the hands of our three remaining celebs,
Sam Quek, Tyger Drew Honey and Sharron Davies.
Time to find out what the next race is,
and this one really will test their grey matter.
Race three is To The Top.
Our celebrities are faced with a vertical maze, riddled with holes.
Using two handles to control their ball,
they must carefully guide it from bottom to top,
avoiding the traps as they go.
If the ball falls into a hole, it's back to the start.
This race is a test of coordination, control and utter concentration.
Who are you behind in To The Top?
Who's got the determination and, crucially,
the control to make it to the top?
Guys, here is your first question.
These tattoos belong to which celebrity?
-Is the right answer. Well done, Michael.
There was one more on there as well.
OK, we've got another first pick for you, buddy.
Who are you going to go for?
I think, because he stood me in good stead in the last round,
-I'm going to go with Tyger.
Michael, Tyger Drew Honey is all yours.
Keziah, Josie, it is a face-off between the two of you.
Here's your question. At Rio 2016,
these won medals in which Olympic sport?
-Is right on, the right answer.
Nile Wilson, Max Whitlock and Louis Smith.
Well done, Josie. So...?
I think I'm going to stick with Sam as well,
purely based with her being a hockey player.
-She must have pretty good hand-eye coordination with the ball.
All right, Sam Quek is yours, Josie.
Oh, well, Keziah,
it's the first time in this position today, isn't it?
-Well, actually, I was thinking I would like Sharron.
She's had a couple of bad rounds, I think she might be feeling
a bit conscious and putting a bit of effort into this one.
So, Sharron Davies is yours, Keziah. So, get ready
to cheer loud and proud for your favourite. Let's do it.
Race three and they're racing all the way to the top.
Sam, thumbs up.
Sharron, hands up.
Tyger, well, that's a mess-up.
-And they're off!
They need to steer their balls all the way to the top,
avoiding the holes. Sam, very close to that first hole.
Dangerous, in fact. So is Sharron, wiggling her arms for some reason.
But Tyger is on the move. Can he dodge this hole?
Sam's not getting far here.
Oh, deftly done. This really is a tricky game
because any one of those holes can swallow your ball,
and that's you back to the start.
Well, look at this. Tyger is out in front,
steering his way past that big hole.
And he really is nearing the top here.
He's got one straight run, into the target. Well, there it is!
Tyger wins To The Top!
He made that look really, really easy.
But Sharron's sinking into the abyss there.
It's a good job she never did THAT when she was swimming!
Back to the start for her. Sam...
Oh, she had a sort of mad panic at the end there
and the set nearly collapsed.
Well, that would have been a total disaster.
Sharron, now starting again. We begin again. Sam, the same.
Picking their way up between these horrifying holes,
just waiting to swallow them up and send them right back to the start.
Look at the concentration there on Sam's face.
That's ultimate focus, that is.
Sharron jiggling away in that trademark style
that we've come to know and respect.
Sam, trying to work this out like a potentially difficult puzzle.
That's what this is - it's a puzzle.
Balls avoiding holes - that's what it's all about.
And Sharron is getting the hang of this. Look at that, Sam.
Oh, she's on a knife edge here!
She seems to have taken control of that situation again.
She steps back a couple of paces. Sharron, too.
She's dispensed with the jiggling, but she's lost it.
She's lost it! That's dropped. And Sam is very, very close now.
Can she do this? She must do it! She's inches away!
Surely this is going to be it! Second place for Sam.
Arms aloft, triumphant!
And Sharron has to admit defeat.
Still, she got a nice cuddle off everyone.
-Oh, man, that was tense!
Michael, get Tyger Drew Honey signed up for Team GB!
Yeah, he's good. He's been absolutely sensational.
Well, he's definitely on a high, so let's keep riding it.
Keziah, Sharron... And you were confident about her as well.
-She's let us down.
-But have you enjoyed yourself tonight?
-Yes, I've had a fab day, thank you.
-She's been absolutely brilliant.
Let's hear it for Keziah. APPLAUSE
Let's quickly go back to Race HQ,
where the competition is cranking up a gear for Tyger and Sam.
-That the best you got?
-It's the ONLY face I've got.
Is that what your face is going to look like when you lose?
-You've got a lovely little tear.
I don't know, I don't know, I don't know!
APPLAUSE Ooh, Sam's got the fighting talk.
But that will make the next head-to-head very interesting.
Michael and Josie, you have both done so well to get this far.
-But we can only take one of you through to tonight's final.
Let's take a look at the race that'll decide your fate.
In race four, our celebrities will tackle The Death Slide.
They'll scramble 20 metres up a climbing wall.
It's a test of courage and steady nerves,
as they drop down the slide
and plunge into the freezing waters below.
Then, it's a short swim to the mats,
before they haul themselves out and sprint to the finish line.
Who are you behind in The Death Slide?
Choosing first in this round could make all the difference.
So, in this head-to-head,
you'll need to answer not one, but two questions correctly.
Here's your first.
These men became leaders of their countries in which decade?
-Bang-on with the right answer. Well done, Michael.
John Major became Prime Minister in 1990.
Nelson Mandela became South Africa President in 1994.
Michael, you are one up. Well done. Here we go.
These celebrities were born in which country?
BUZZER Michael, just in there.
Michael, you're absolutely right. That is two out of two!
Magnus Magnusson and Bjork.
Michael, you have first pick of our two remaining celebrities.
OK, I think this is a tough one.
Tyger's done me so well up until now,
so I don't think I can see past. I'm going to have to pick Tyger.
-You're going with the Honey?
-I am, indeed.
OK, Tyger Drew Honey is yours.
Josie, Josie, Josie, you've got
an Olympic gold medallist on your side.
I think she'll do pretty well. She's good at working under pressure
and I think she's got speed on her side as well.
Sam is yours, Josie.
These guys have already made a big splash on tonight's show.
Well, take cover, cos they're about to make an even bigger one.
Let's do it.
Race four is the Death Slide.
Here they are. Tyger, bouncing around like Tigger.
Sam, trying to out-Tigger Tyger.
But who'll "Winnie" and who'll just be "Pooh"?
It's actor versus Olympian.
-And they're off!
They're step for step in the sprint.
They're hitting the wall at exactly the same time.
They're neck and neck with each other!
This really is terrifically close.
Oh, but Sam's just gone head-to-head with that beam. Ouch!
And Tyger throws himself down the slide.
This is the most unorthodox entry we've ever seen!
Seriously, what is that technique?
I've never seen anything like it. There's a classic entrance from Sam.
Tyger, like a crazy spider.
Sam, smoothly through the air, lands on the back of her head,
like you're meant to.
And she's up and swimming for the mats. So is Tyger.
There's not much between these two.
Tyger touches first but Sam's right on Tyger's tail.
This is going to come down to a sprint across a wobbly mat.
Who's going to take it? Tyger leaps towards the platform.
He's the winner! Sam just behind him. She takes second.
Oh, and there's an undignified scrap,
both trying to pull each other in.
But, thankfully, neither succeeds.
Just time for a bit of post-race analysis.
"That slide was an important bit."
"Yes, I thought that slide was important too.
"Then I banged my head."
Well, how about that? Michael, you have shouted yourself hoarse today.
Yes, I'm going to go and have a lie-down after.
-Have you enjoyed yourself tonight?
-I have, yes, every minute.
Josie, you have been brilliant. Let's hear it for Josie.
And let's hear from our final two celebs, Sam and Tyger.
It feels amazing to beat anyone,
but someone you know has a gold medal from the Olympics to her name
-makes you a bit...
-Makes it a bit more special for me.
-Rubbing the salt in the wound!
-Makes it more special, yeah.
Ooh, Tyger, keep rubbing that salt in, keep rubbing it in.
OK, in a moment,
all of our celebrities will be back for the final race.
But first, everyone is here tonight for one reason,
and that is to raise money for Sport Relief.
Tom Daley recently went to Malawi
to meet people working on the front line in the fight against malaria.
Now, this is a tough film to watch,
but it shows just how important your support is.
Here, in Malawi, in 2016,
20 children under five died from malaria every day.
It's really sad to walk through this ward
and see kids that should be running around
and playing outside and having fun.
They're kids... They're just kids.
And they don't need to be suffering like this.
Five-month-old Aisha has been in hospital for three days
with severe malaria and her condition is critical.
What is happening at the moment?
So, in this case, she's very sick.
..but we will do as much as we can to help.
Malaria is treatable.
But for many of the kids I saw, it hadn't been spotted early enough.
But there is a way we can help speed up diagnosis.
I'm at a rural health clinic which, for most parents,
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Malaria can be difficult to accurately diagnose
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But health workers here are using a game-changing rapid test.
Billiam's baby, Lexa, has suspected malaria.
Why, in particular, in rural areas like this,
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A lot of lives have been saved. We cannot say how many, but many.
The test result comes back in just 15 minutes.
It's a miracle, really, they're able to test
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Lexa is one of the lucky ones.
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And these kits are the difference between life and death,
so please give what you can today.
£10 will pay for 30 rapid diagnostic tests,
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Your money has helped make huge strides
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But, in African countries,
a child still dies from this horrible disease every two minutes.
And that's where you come in.
Your money will make a huge difference and maybe save a life.
All the details you need to donate are on your screen now.
Please give whatever you can.
Now though, I'm here with Michael,
who has managed to beat four great contestants to make it to the final.
Let's hear it for him, everyone.
Well done, very well done. How you feeling, buddy?
Slightly stressed but... No, it's just been great fun,
-so I'm just looking forward to see how it ends up.
So, we're all here to raise lots of money
but we would love you to go home with something as well.
Michael, let's see what you're playing for.
And wide it goes. It will be a try. It IS a try!
Once again, through the middle. Lovely step.
Oh, what a try! And what a way to win the Six Nations!
-Wow, what about that?
-Michael, here it is.
We have got you two tickets
to one of the most anticipated NatWest Six Nations matches -
England against Ireland at Twickenham.
And not only that, my friend. At half-time,
you'll get to head onto the pitch to take part in a kicking challenge
in front of the entire crowd.
What about that, ladies and gentlemen?
-How does that sound?
-Brilliant. I look forward to that.
-Hopefully all the Irish fans will be cheering me.
-Of course they will!
We've got to say a huge thank you to England Rugby
for this incredible prize
and for their continued support for Sport Relief.
-So, let's get you to Twickenham, shall we?
-Let's do it.
OK, Michael, in our final race,
all five of our celebrities are back in play.
All you've got to do is choose the winner.
I'm going to ask you four questions. For every question you get right,
-you get to pick a celebrity.
-Does that make sense?
-All right, let's do this.
-Let's do it.
-Here's your first question.
I know my father-in-law will be screaming at the TV.
It's going to be a guess.
-I'll go for Back For Good.
Let's confirm that. Was that the answer we were looking for?
-It wasn't. It wasn't, I'm afraid.
Let's find out what the correct answer was.
Three more opportunities for you to get a question right
and pick a celebrity. Here's your next question.
-Um, maybe we'll go Venezuela.
-Just a guess.
Confirm that one. Was that right?
Wow! How about that?
-Six winners from Venezuela.
-There you go.
-There you go.
We're off the mark. Two more chances. Here's your question.
I don't think it's The X Factor.
I don't think it's The Voice.
-I would go probably with Strictly Come Dancing.
OK, let's confirm that one in. Was it right?
Of course it was right! APPLAUSE
One last question. Here we go.
-I think it could be J.
-Let's go with J.
OK, we'll confirm J. Was it right?
That's three! APPLAUSE
Eight points. Eight points for a J.
Michael, that is three correct answers,
which means that you have three celebrities to pick,
going into the final Showdown.
Well, first pick has to be Tyger because he got me here.
-I guess Sharron and we'll go Sam then for the third.
OK, Michael, it's time to take on the Showdown.
The final race is the Showdown and they're all back.
Zoe in lane one.
Sharron, ready to run.
Martin can't wait till we're done.
Sam, oh, she looks fun.
Tyger, quick kiss of the gun.
-And they're off!
Tyger launches himself off the platform, followed by Sam.
Zoe trailing. Tyger hits the water first.
It's pretty close here, you know. Sam, just with the edge.
But Tyger, Martin and Sharron are all still in this.
Climbing up the bank goes Sam.
First up, she is leaping her way to the top of the slide.
She has got a point to prove and she is proving it.
She's followed by Tyger. Sam's on the net.
Tyger and Martin, down the slide now.
Sam already swimming, and we know Tyger's quick. Can he catch her?
Zoe's hauling herself up the bank, but, back at the front,
Sam is still in the lead, Tyger second.
This is very, very close indeed. Sharron takes a leap.
She's chasing down Martin, as Zoe hits the slide.
She's got Sharron and Martin in her sights. Look at her go!
Oh, she's got a lakeful of water in her face as well.
Sam is up and, look at that, she's being chased by Tyger,
but she's ploughing on through.
I don't think anything is going to stop her.
Oh, little stumble, but she recovers.
She recovers and she's got the momentum and Sam wins the Showdown.
Tyger is second.
Unbelievably, Martin's beaten Sharron out of the water.
Somebody sign him up for Team GB.
This is remarkable! What a result on the cards here!
Oh, there's chest bump for Sam and Tyger,
as Martin claims an extremely respectable third.
Zoe collapses. Oh, dear.
Sharron runs in for fourth. That's terrific.
And Zoe collapses again.
Come on, Zoe!
Come on, Zoe, you can do it this!
And, with a bit of a helping hand, it's all over.
She takes fifth and, if you need her, Lyons will be lying down
in a darkened room somewhere, trying to get dry.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have ourselves a winner!
Let's hear it for Michael!
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Oh, that was an incredible race!
And that means, Michael, you're going to Twickenham
to watched a Six Nations match, England against Ireland...
-And, not to forget, half-time,
kicking in front of 90,000 people. Are you excited?
That will stress me out a bit but, yes, I can't wait.
Absolutely fantastic. Really looking forward to it. Fantastic prize.
-You have been an incredible player.
Let's hear it for Michael one last time.
And a huge thank you to all of our celebrities tonight
for being such great sports for Sport Relief.
They got soaking wet, covered in mud, battered and bruised,
and I enjoyed every single minute of it.
And there are lots of ways you at home can all get involved.
This Sport Relief, we've set the entire nation an epic challenge -
to beat more than one billion steps every day
between March 17th and 23rd.
If you want to take part and make your steps count,
just download the Sport Relief app.
Not only can you take part in the national challenge,
you can set up leagues, compete against your friends
and also take on some of Sport Relief's legendary challenges.
So, download, get active, raise money and help change lives.
To find out how to download the app, go to...
So, hey, whatever moves you, get involved and help raise money
that really will improve people's lives in the UK and overseas.
That is it, the end of tonight's show.
Thank you so much for watching. And we're off!
Ore Oduba hosts as Martin Roberts, Tyger Drew-Honey, Sam Quek, Sharron Davies and Zoe Lyons battle it out in five fun races, while in the studio five contestants try to pick the winner. The contestants answer questions for the right to pick the celebrity that they think will win the race, and in each round the contestant who picks the losing celebrity leaves the game.