BBC One brought us a huge, glittery burst of nostalgia tonight (November 13) with Children in Need Rocks the '80s: a concert featuring a host of artists from the best decade in music, all to raise money for a very good cause.
Fearne Cotton, Sara Cox and Roman Kemp (who wasn't even born in the '80s, but hey ho) hosted the event, which took place at a packed-out Wembley Arena.
Things kicked off with performances from a reunited Bananarama, Jason Donovan, Erasure's Andy Bell and Katrina (sans The Waves), and viewers were loving seeing their childhood icons playing on the same bill together again (although seeing them sing live and not mime was a bit of a shock):
This show is just my Spotify playlist come to life #CiN- Aaron Golightly (@AaronGolightly_) November 13, 2017
A few problems with tuning..and Andy bell is turning into danny la rue #cin- ukcynicalchild]]>🕉🙌🏼💃🏻🕺🏽😂👩🏻🎤😁🦁😂🌸