BBC Children In Need has raised more than £37 million following its 40th anniversary show.
The annual fundraiser, which first aired in 1980, featured appearances from stars including footballer Marcus Rashford, pop stars Kylie Minogue and Dolly Parton, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and fitness guru Joe Wicks.
Shawn Mendes, Cher, Nile Rodgers and Robbie Williams were among those to provide musical entertainment during the programme.
“Children In Need has been going for an astonishing 40 years and we have only been able to do so because of you,” she said.
“Despite the challenges that we have come up against this year, and will continue to face while this pandemic plays out, we are strong because the hearts of the people who keep these projects alive are strong.”
The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge contributed £4,750,819 towards the total raised.
The annual event, which was run by TV presenter Matt Baker, was forced to be completed virtually by a team of cyclists after one of the film crew tested positive for coronavirus.
Manchester United forward Rashford also delivered a heartfelt plea for people to help prevent youngsters from going hungry as he reflected on his own experiences of going without food while growing up.
The sportsman has recently been involved in a high profile campaign for children from poorer backgrounds to be given access to free meals during the school holidays.
During the programme, it was also announced that Wicks had raised £2,108,229 by leading a 24-hour fundraising fitness class.
The music video for this year’s Children in Need charity single, which was released on Friday, was also played for the first time.
The group of performers, titled the Radio 2 Allstars, were filmed singing Oasis ballad Stop Crying Your Heart Out outdoors.
The footage was interspersed with clips of children playing.
Pop group Little Mix also appeared on the programme in a comedy performance alongside children’s presenters Dick and Dom.
Lloyd Webber performed a song from his musical Cinderella alongside Carrie Hope Fletcher.
The composer played the keyboard as the pair performed Bad Cinderella.
EastEnders actors Roger Griffiths and Tony Clay, known for playing Callum Highway and Mitch Baker, appeared in a special edition of Danny Dyer’s game show The Wall.
The pair raised £9,313 by answering questions about the BBC soap.
A sketch from BBC One comedy The Goes Wrong Show was also played during the programme.
It depicted a theatre group trying to navigate coronavirus rules as they acted out a scene where a couple go on a date.
The skit showed the pair being serenaded by a violinist in a glass box and having their food and cutlery disinfected by a waiter as they tried to share a dessert.
After one of the diners complains that he cannot taste the food once it has been coated in antibacterial liquid, he is taken away by a man in a hazmat suit and replaced by an understudy.
The programme was presented by Giedroyc, Alex Scott, Stephen Mangan and Chris Ramsey.
Opening the programme, Scott said: “You may be at home again, but you are not alone.
“Together we can get through this and more importantly, together, we can help change lives.”