Helen Elizabeth "Tess" Daly is an English model and television presenter, best known for co-presenting the BBC One celebrity dancing show Strictly Come Dancing since 2004.
Rylan Clark-Neal has now raised More Than £1 million for Children In Need by singing non-stop karaoke for 24 hours.
He ate spoonfuls of honey every hour to keep his vocal cords coated - along with the occasional Pudsey donut.
"It doesn't feel real. None of it feels real. "
The crooning marathon was broadcast Live on BBC Radio 2 and the BBC Red Button . In The Last half hour of his challenge The Star raised More Than £200,000 - with the tally reaching £845,239 by the time he finished at 09:15 GMT.
Donations continued to flood in after Rylan took a well-deserved rest, taking the tally past the £1 million mark by Thursday morning.
Rylan's challenge saw him duet with Dermot O'Leary on You Don't Bring Me Flowers, rap with Trevor Nelson and Dj Spoony on a version of Rapper's Delight, and dance with Strictly contestants Saffron Barker and Aj Pritchard .
Rylan said he was inspired to keep singing by the memories of a recent visit to a Children In Need-funded youth Club .Rylan was joined by Denise Van Outen and Kimberley Walsh during his 24-hour challenge
"It was amazing and, do you know what, I didn't actually think about this when I signed up to do this," said the Strictly: It Takes Two presenter.
"I didn't really think that I would need that, but actually visiting The Project and meeting all The Kids and volunteers and speaking to them and understanding how much this money impacts their lives, when I Am sort of dying at four o'clock in The Morning trying to garble together a song I know what I'm doing it for now. "
In 2017, Sara Cox also boogied for 24 hours in an 80's Danceathon, while Dermot O'Leary kicked off the challenges in 2015 with another 24 hours of dance - Live on The Plaza outside BBC New Broadcasting House .
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