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Children in Need 2021: What is this year’s charity single?

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Who is behind the charity single this year? (Picture: BBC)

The BBC’s annual charity event Children in Need is set to kick off this Friday – November 19 – on BBC One.

The event – which raises money for underprivileged and disadvantaged youths across the UK – sees a number of famous faces come together to inspire people to contribute to the charity.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor has already raised £1million after completing a 24-hour danceathon, while BBC weatherman Owain Wyn Evans raised even more with his all-day drumathon.

A charity single is also a Children In Need tradition, and 2021 is no different.

Who is behind this year’s charity single, and who else has performed one before?

What is this year’s Children in Need 2021 charity single?

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Niall Horan and Anne-Marie have collaborated on this year’s single (Picture: BBC/Twitter/niallofficial)

Niall Horan and Anne-Marie have been brought together to record this year’s single, which will be a cover of the 1987 Fleetwood Mac track ‘Everywhere.’

The single will be released on November 19, with an official music video airing during the live appeal show on BBC One.

Niall and Anne-Marie will not be alone on the record, as Ed Sheeran, Griff and Yungblud have also contributed to the single.

Speaking about the track, Niall expressed how the track represents this year’s theme, ‘Together We Can.’

‘Togetherness sits at the heart of BBC Children in Need, and that’s what this track is all about. I hope people enjoy it, but above all, I hope it lets anyone who might be struggling right now know that we are here for them.’

Anne-Marie also commented on the timeliness of the track: ‘As we have seen over the past eighteen months, amazing things happen when we come together to help make a difference, and that’s why I am so proud to be releasing this special track with Niall. I hope everyone loves it as much as we do.’

You can pre-order the track over on the Children in Need website.

You can listen for free on streaming services, but you can also purchase the track for 99p on the iTunes store. A minimum of 50p from each purchased download will go towards the charity.

Who else has released charity singles for Children in Need?

Over the years a number of musicians have recorded an official Children In Need single, ranging from the likes of Girls Aloud to McFly and even Peter Kay.

Here is a list of previous Children in Need singles:

  • 1985: Almost Seems (Too Late To Turn) by Clannad
  • 1986: Heroes by The Country Line and O’ My Father Had A Rabbit by Ray Moore
  • 1987: Bog Eyed Jog by Ray Moore
  • 1988: Children in Need by Spirit of Play with Paul McCartney
  • 1989: If You Want To Help by BBC Children in Choir and It Takes Two by Bruno Brookes and Liz Kershaw
  • 1990: Let’s Dance by Bruno and Liz and th Radio 1 DJ Posse
  • 1995: You Better Believe It by Patsy Palmer and Sid Owen
  • 1996: When Children Rule The World by Red Hill Children
  • 1997: Perfect Day by Lou Reed and various artists
  • 1998: Especially For You by Denise van Outen and Johnny Vaughan, feat. Steps
  • 1999: Love Me by Martine McCutcheon
  • 2000: Never Had A Dream Come True by S Club 7
  • 2001: Have You Ever by S Club 7
  • 2002: Don’t Let Me Down/You And I by Will Young
  • 2003: I’m Your Man by Shane Richie
  • 2004: I’ll Stand By You by Girls Aloud
  • 2005: A Night To Remember by Liberty X
  • 2006: Downtown by Emma Bunton
  • 2007: Headlines (Friendship Never Ends) by Spice Girls
  • 2008: Do Ya/Stay With Me by McFly
  • 2009: The Official BBC Children in Need Medley by Peter Kay’s Animated All Star Band
  • 2010: Love You More by JLS
  • 2011: Teardrop by The Collective
  • 2012: Something New by Girls Aloud
  • 2013: How Long Will I Love You by Ellie Goulding
  • 2014: Wake Me Up by Gareth Malone’s All Star Choir
  • 2015: Take Me Home by Jess Glynne
  • 2016: All We Needed by Craig David
  • 2017: Fields Of Gold by Katie Melua
  • 2018: Love Is In The Picture by Jamie Cullum
  • 2019: Yellow by Jodie Whittaker
  • 2020: Stop Crying Your Heart Out by BBC Radio 2’s Allstars

Children in Need 2021 is on BBC One from 7pm on Friday November 19.


Credit: Original article published here.

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