Sport Relief 2014: Little Mix take to the stage and perform this years single

by Martin
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Little Mix | © BBC/Comic Relief/Tom Dymond

Little Mix | © BBC/Comic Relief/Tom Dymond

Sport Relief is back for 2014 and this year, for the first time it’s being held from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.

It’s a night full of sport and entertainment stars, coming together to help those vulnerable people living in both the UK and the world’s poorest countries and Little Mix recorded this years single.

The X Factor winners have joined sport relief and recorded the 2014 single,’Word Up’ which was originally released in 1986 by Cameo.

On Wednesday we reported on the Official Singles Chart midweek update that the girls were at number four going into Sunday.

Little Mix | © BBC/Comic Relief/Tom Dymond

Little Mix | © BBC/Comic Relief/Tom Dymond

Their performance tonight, live from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London could well see the track shoot straight to the top of the charts.

If you haven’t bought the Sport Relief 2014 single yet then why not? You can do so by opening this link right now.

As expected, Little Mix and Syco will donate 100% of the profits from the sale of each CD and download to Sport Relief.

Little Mix recently visited Liberia, Africa in support of Sport Relief 2014 and can be seen visibly touched by what they witnessed.

They met various people living in the war-torn country, people living in poverty, people who eat once a day – at a push!

Help turn those frowns upside down and donate what you can!

Little Mix aren’t the only stars featuring tonight and we’ll see various video packages highlighting how YOU can help by donating even a small amount.

Tweeting their excitement earlier today the girls said: “Word up OUT NOW!! Can’t wait to be on @sportrelief tonight on @BBCOne at 7pm!! Tune in beautiful mixers! 🙂 x Leigh”

It’s expected to be a busy night ahead as performances from Pop Princess Kylie Minogue (and a special guest!) and Boyzone will also be entertaining millions up and down the country.

You can donate on the official Sport Relief website or by calling 03457 910 910

Remember, your money isn’t just helping countries abroad, you could be helping someone living in your street!