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Children In Need raised more than £37 million during its 40th anniversary show on Friday.
The Body Coach helped raise more than £1.5 million for Children In Need with his grueling challenge.
The Body Coach said it will be "be really intense and really draining".
The BBC's fundraising show saw the return of Little Britain and The Vicar Of Dibley.
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"These children are not going to get the support they need.”
“Children in need of kind, warm, loving care and comfort did not find it."
Families, already trying to survive on low incomes, will be made hundreds of pounds worse off
Craig Revel Horwood takes to the stage Ore wasn’t the only ‘Strictly’ star showing off his vocal ability on the fundraiser
This time of year, it's easy to get so caught up in the madness of the holiday season and all of the pressure involved that we forget how many other people actually need help, especially young people. So whilst we are gearing up for the festive season, parties and the madness that is present shopping, let's also be on the look out for ways we can help others and make a difference.
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I would often seek solace in a bottle of alcohol, use various other methods to steal me from the toxic home environment I found myself in or simply try and end my life.
'Sir Terry was everything that embodied Children in Need and is someone we will all miss very, very much.'
The annual TV appeal also raised a record-breaking £47million on the night.
Children In Need paid a heart-felt tribute to the late Sir Terry Wogan, as it held its first TV fundraiser since his death
Read more on The Huffington Post There was also a special tribute to the appeal’s former host Sir Terry Wogan, following