Harry Hill and Sinitta team up for Children in Need video

Harry Hill has teamed up with Sinitta and the Hairy Bikers, Dave Myers and Simon 'Si' King, to create a spoof video remake of 1980s pop band A-ha's hit 'Take On Me'

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Harry Hill in the Children in Need spoof video

Harry Hill in the Children in Need spoof video

Harry Hill has teamed up with Sinitta and the Hairy Bikers to record a spoof version of 'Take On Me' for Children in Need.

The 49-year-old comedian joined forces with the 'So Macho' hitmaker and Dave Myers and Simon 'Si' King to create a comical video remake of Norwegian pop band A-ha's hit 1980s song, and in the clip the former 'TV Burp' star is seen squabbling with the TV chefs, who play motorbike thugs, over a big sausage.

Harry, who wrote the script for the sketch, said: "Pudsey called me and told me his favourite 80s pop video was A-ha's 'Take On Me'.

"Suddenly an idea popped into my head - let's recreate it. Who better to get involved than 80s superstar Sinitta, and the Hairy Bikers?

"We've changed the plot only slightly to bring it bang up to date - it now involves a fight over a giant sausage. If that's not entertainment I don't know what is - and to help raise money for BBC Children in Need. Sorted."

Sinitta portrays the love interest in the mock video, a comical take on the 1985 original, and admitted she is keen to work with Harry again.

She added: "I am thrilled and honoured to be able to support Children In Need with the barmiest gentleman in comedy, Mr. Harry Hill.

"His crazy artistic madness is just my thing and I am dying to work with him again."

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