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Sir Terry Wogan is joined by Fearne Cotton and Tess Daly as the star-studded 2012 spectacular gets underway. One Direction start the party with a bang, and there is an exclusive Doctor Who scene showing what the Doctor has been up to since he was last on our screens, as well as a peek at the Christmas special. Ann Widdecombe and Russell Grant unite in the ballroom for a very special Strictly Come Dancing dance-off, and choir supremo Aled Jones unites thousands of children all over the UK to sing live in a mass nationwide choir. Plus Pudsey Bear gets to dance with his new namesake - Pudsey the dog, winner of Britain's Got Talent 2012. Girls Aloud perform the official Children in Need 2012 single Something New live on stage, and Zara Phillips and Tom Daley lead a host of London 2012 stars in a fun-filled music video.
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