Sport Relief raised over £51,242,186 over the course of an evening of stellar entertainment, and we reckon a certain David Beckham's performance was responsible for a pretty impressive sum of that money.
David, who's a regular on the charity variety show, delighted audiences by appearing in a cameo of Only Fools And Horses alongside the Trotter brothers, played by David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst.
It was at Becks' request that the comedy classic made a return for the evening, as he's such a big fan.
But there's no doubt he paid the price for wanting to make the cameo, which centred on mocking his modelling career and fashion choices, as the wheeler dealer duo decide to make flogging pants signed by David Beckham their next business venture.
Here's some of our favourite jibes from the episode:
In the opening scene, as Del attempts to make a sale, he misnames the Beckhams' eldest son: "Each one of these has been personally signed by Golden Balls himself ... he owes me a favour because I hired the bouncy castle for his son Brookside's birthday party."
After the pants are modelled by his Rodney on a market stall, a frustrated Del attempts to blame Becks for the lack of sales. But the former football player retorts: "What are you looking at me for? You asked me to sign them!"
Before Del defends himself with: "And if I asked you to go out in the high street in a sarong, would you?"
And David replies: "Well... I can't go walking around in public in just my underwear."
Indeed, sadly he doesn't strip down on this occasion, but he looks just perfect, anyway. What a good sport.
Take a look back at more of Becks' best moments in our gallery.
And if you do want to see David in his pants, watch his latest stunt for H&M in the video below.