Children In Need 2016: Everything you need to know!

Get ready for another emotional rollercoaster of a show!

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Children In Need is back this month and boy, oh boy, it’s going to be a corker!

SO many stars join super brave members of the public to raise money for charity and the skits, songs, sketches, are looking to be pretty spectacular.

Of course, this is the first telethon since Terry Wogan passed away so will also be very emotional for everybody involved.

It will give the public and the celebs more of a reason to raise as much money as possible in his honour.

The annual fundraiser will take place on Friday 18 November, and kicks off at 7.30pm on BBC One after The One Show.

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The main presenter is funny man Graham Norton and he will be joined by Tess Daly, Greg James, Ade Adepitan, Rochelle and Marvin Humes.

Graham was especially eager to continue Terry Wogan’s legacy and said: “It is a huge privilege to join the presenting team for the Children In Need Appeal show.

“This year wed love to raise as much money as we possibly can in honour of the late Sir Terry Wogan.”

Craig David will also be making an appearance as he is the one chosen to sing the Children In Need single. It’s called All We Needed, and is taken from his new album called Following My Intuition.

Peter Andre, Alex Jones and Frankie Bridge will all be there too!

Guess who else will be performing on the night? The one and only Ricky Gervais!

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He’s set to perform the title track from David Brent: Life on the Road. Now this is going to entertaining.

Michael Buble has a very special performace for the show, as well as the cast of West End musical Aladdin, PLUS the stunning Little Mix babes will be there.

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Along the way, appeal films will feature some of the disadvantaged children and young people whose lives have been changed throughout the support of BBC Children In Need, and the volunteers who will work tirelessly to help them.

Don’t forget to support them by donating!

Eastie’s fans are going to be loving the fact that the cast are getting involved too. It’s going to be hilarious!

And straight from Rio 2016, the Olympic stars of Team GB are going to shimmy their toned torsos in the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom as they present the annual Children In Need special.

The cast of Would I Lie To You will be making an appearance with Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell getting involved.

Over 1,500 children across 10 different UK locations will be coming together to sing in unison for Pudsey in the Children’s Choir that will perform live on the night.