Sugababes sing Dancing Queen for Children in Need
The Sugababes had the audience dancing in the aisles at 'MAMMA MIA!' last night (15.09.11) for BBC Children in Need POP Goes the Musical by belting out ABBA classic 'Dancing Queen'.
The Sugababes had the audience dancing in the aisles at 'MAMMA MIA!' last night (15.09.11) for BBC Children in Need POP Goes the Musical.
The girl band - made up of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen - took to the stage in 70s-style at the ABBA-inspired show to belt out classic song 'Dancing Queen', ending a week of celebrity performances in West End musicals.
Five of Britain's biggest pop stars - Sugababes, Stacey Solomon, Mel C, Dionne Bromfield and Peter Andre - agreed to take part to help raise £100,000 for BBC Children in Need this year.
Former 'X Factor star Stacey kicked off proceedings by performing 'For Good' in 'Wicked', while Dionne Bromfield impressed with her version of 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love' in 'Million Dollar Quartet'.
Former Spice Girls singer Mel C brought the house down at 'We Will Rock You' when she sang 'We Are The Champions' and 'We Will Rock You', where she was also joined by Queen guitarist Brian May.
New smash hit show 'Ghost The Musical' welcomed Peter Andre as he performed `Unchained Melody' before the Sugababes wrapped things up last night.
BBC Children in Need - whose mascot is Pudsey the Bear - changes the lives of some of the most disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
For more information on the charity please visit www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/