X Factor judges Gary Barlow and Tulisa Contostavlos and a host of UK urban stars are to release their cover of Massive Attack's 'Teardrops' this Sunday (13 November) to raise money for BBC's Children in Need.
The group, which features musicians including Chipmunk, Dot Rotten, Ed Sheeran, Ms Dynamite, Mz Bratt, Rizzle Kicks, Tinchy and Wretch 32 and called 'The Collective' will be amongst the stars doing their big to raise money for the fundraiser.
The Take That singer recruited the help from the producer of Tinie Tempah's smash 'Pass Out' Labrinth, after he was approached by BBC Children in Need organisers to come up with an idea for this year's official charity single.
This year's Children In Need line will air on BBC1 on 18 November with Terry Wogan resuming his role as host.
The annual fundraiser raises money for under privileged children around the UK.