Top Five Comic Relief Funniest Music Moments:
#5 Theolipus (Lenny Henry) & Tom Jones - Can't Get Enough of the Love
#4 Patrick Kielty, Jimmy Carr & Chris Moyles - My Way
#3 Tony Ferrino (Steve Coogan) & Bjork - Short Term Affair
#2 Jo Brand & Ruby Wax - The Cheeky Song
#1 Tony Christie & Peter Kay - (Is This The Way To) Amarillo
Red noses: The traditional 1-10 chart count down as been doctored so all the artists appear, in their respective promo videos, to be wearing red noses.
Invasion: Franz Ferdinand's performance is invaded by David Tennant who pretends he's playing electric guitar, Flo Rida's performance is invaded by Davina McCall, Claudia Winkleman, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders who attempt to mimic the other dancers. Dawn French is also regularly seen in the audience during most of the performances.
Testing, Testing: Each presenter was given a different microphone which had, at some point, been used in the history of the show. This resulted in some presenters having really tinny voices and occasional distortion caused by the presenters unshielded breath.
Lights out: The show ends with Sir Jimmy turning off the power to an empty studio, shaking his head in disapproval and putting his trade mark cigar in his mouth as he walks off into the darkness.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Gnarls Barkley) Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo met 8 years ago at a talent contest in Georgia, U.S.A.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Orson) The band got signed in the UK after they gained huge popularity in online chat rooms!
Onscreen Factoid: (for Daz Sampson) Look out for Daz at the 51st Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday 20th May on BBC 1.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Feeder) Feeder are named after singer Grant's first fish bowl. He think's fish bring good luck!
Goof: Microphone feedback heard at the beginning of Vittorio's performance.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Vittorio) Vittorio's the first Italian male to be excused from compulsary military service.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Rihanna) Always a star, Rihanna won her school's beauty and talent pageants.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Infernal) Denmark's no.1 dance export have sold over 1 million albums world wide.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Bruce Springsteen 'Dancing In The Dark') This was Bruce's first really big UK hit and the start of his world domination phase. Nowadays he's riding high in the album chart with a record of folk songs. Find out more by catching his exclusive BBC concert here on BBC 2, BBC 4 and Radio 2 in the next fortnight.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Matt Willis) Matt got his big break after being spotted performing an Oasis song ata pub karaoke.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Keane) Before he formed Keane, keyboardist Tim was asked to join Coldplay by his friend Chris Martin.
Goof: Witness the look of confusion on Rufus Hound's face when he realises he can't hear the Director because his earphone has fallen out. He puts it back in just in time to realise they've no time to plug next weeks show.
Brew Up: Mike Skinner goes through at least three cups of tea during the course of the concert. He gives the remains of one cup of tea to a Scottish girl in the audience who promptly drinks it as if she'd never tasted tea before.
Onscreen Factoid: (for Ne*Yo) At only 22 ne*yo has already written songs for Mario, Mary J Blige and Faith Evans.
Onscreen Factoid: (for The Streets) This song tells us the true story of Mike's pursuit of a celebrity girl who knocked him back.