The Big One hits BBC One live at 7pm tonight as British TV's top talents take over til the early hours.
Of course tonight we will find out how much money Fame Academy has raised and the winner will be named following the final public vote of the series.
The main winner at the end of the series is Comic Relief.
Here's a rough guide to the schedule for Red Nose Day 2007 - The Big One
A host of stars get together to raise money for charity on Red Nose day. 7.00 Lenny Henry and Fearne Cotton kick things off with music from Girls Aloud v Sugababes, a special Mr Bean and Ant and Dec. 7.30 Paul O'Grady and Kate Thornton take the helm as the two remaining celebrities battle it out in the Fame Academy final and Harry Hill presents a special TV Burp. 8.00 A special Creature Comforts from Aardman Animation and Catherine Tate's Lauren the Teenager has a new teacher at her school. 8.30 Russell Brand and Dennis Waterman star in exclusive Little Britain Live sketches and the Dead Ringers team poke fun at the world of celebrity. 9.00 Patrick Kielty and Claudia Winkleman reveal which celebrity has won Comic Relief does Fame Academy. Dawn French returns for one last time as the Vicar of Dibley. 9.30 Carol Vorderman and Jonny Ball appear in a live edition of Mitchell and Webb's nonsensical gameshow Numberwang, Take That perform live in the studio, and a top secret treat from Peter Kay.
Continuation of the charity fundraiser for Red Nose day.
10.35 Alan Sugar reveals who's been sacked from the team of celebrity apprentices. Plus sketches from Catherine Tate, Ricky Gervais as never seen before, and Jonathan Ross and Kate Moss appear in Little Britain Live. 11.30 Graham Norton has late night naughtiness, aided and abetted by Davina McCall. The Killers perform live and Borat makes an exclusive return. Armando Ianucci quizzes celebrities about the worst moments from Comic Relief over the years. Kate Thornton and Dawn French reveal all in Little Britain Live, and Chris Moyles and guests perform the last leg of his Rally-oke tour. 12.30 Mitchell and Webb perform a Comic Relief version of The Lady In Red. Marc Wootton and Aardman Animations provide a comedy treat. A Little Britain Live sketch with Peter Kay, David Baddiel and Jeremy Edwards, and Tim Westwood appears in a special Pimp My Ride. 1.30 Simon Pegg and Nick Frost introduce the best from past Comic Relief shows.moreless