The annual Comic Relief fundraiser aired on BBC One, featuring sketches based on The Traitors and Eurovision.
This year's programme was hosted by AJ Odudu, David Tennant, Joel Dommett, Paddy McGuinness and Zoe Ball, and featured appearances from Dame Mary Berry, Danny Dyer and Jamie Dornan among others.
The event raised over £34m to support people struggling with the cost of living crisis, food poverty, mental health problems and homelessness.
The 2023 Red Nose Day was aired on BBC One, providing an array of sketches and performances in support of Comic Relief.
The programme included appearances from stars such as Dame Mary Berry, Danny Dyer and Jamie Dornan, as well as from Strictly presenter Oti Mabuse, who announced the fundraising amount reached during the live show to be more than £19m.
Key fundraising efforts went towards various issues, including food poverty and supporting those affected by the cost of living crisis.
One performance of the night included singers Tom Grennan and Zara Larsson who serenaded viewers with their latest releases.
The show was hosted by a team consisting of AJ Odudu, David Tennant, Joel Dommett, Paddy McGuinness and Zoe Ball.
According to The Guardian, the telethon raised more than £34m, while The Independent and BBC News report slightly different amounts.
The funds raised were announced live by presenters, with one of them, David Tennant sharing a quote on the absence of Sir Lenny Henry, the co-founder of Comic Relief, from this year's programme.