The S Club 7 performance is only one week away! Check out who else will be joining for the Children In Need appeal show:
Some of the biggest names in music and entertainment are coming together for the annual BBC Children in Need Appeal Show extravaganza on Friday November 14.
The star-studded night will be broadcast live from Albert Square, the home of EastEnders, and will feature show-stopping performances and big-name guests.
Regular hosts Sir Terry Wogan, Tess Daly, Fearne Cotton, and Nick Grimshaw will be joined by new host The Saturdays singer and presenter Rochelle Humes.
They will welcome an array of starts as they come together to help raise money for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
One of the night’s highlights will come from legendary cartoon characters Tom and Jerry who will star in an exclusive cartoon made especially for BBC Children in Need, alongside the BBC’s biggest faces and best loved shows as you’ve never seen them before.
There’s a special treat in store in Walford, as some famous faces from EastEnders’ history will return to Albert Square in an exclusive sketch to be broadcast on the night, when one character is visited by some infamous ghosts from their past…
Gareth Malone and his All-Star Choir, starring amongst others Jo Brand, Mel Giedroyc and Craig Revel-Horwood will be performing the official BBC Children in Need single, Wake Me Up, for the first time on television.
There will also be performances from One Direction, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, The Script – who will be performing in The Queen Vic – Susan Boyle and Boyzone.
But one of the most talked about performances of the night will be S Club 7 after the group announced that they’re back together. They will be taking to the stage for the first time since 2003 and performing a medley of their greatest hits
S Club 7 have always had a close relationship with Children in Need, releasing Never Had a Dream Come True and Have You Ever to support the 2000 and 2001 charity appeals.