The Wanted's Jay on Comic Relief

Jay chats to Bassman about Comic Relief night where the guys performed 'Gold Forever'.

The event raised £74.3m, the highest figure reached on the night of the show in its 23-year history.

Highlights included spoof band Fake That made up of David Walliams, John Bishop, Catherine Tate, James Corden and Alan Carr, auditioning in front of the original Take That.

Corden also starred as Smithy in a sketch which saw cameos from Sir Paul McCartney, Keira Knightley, Justin Bieber, George Michael and Gordon Brown.

Current Prime Minister David Cameron played his part in a Masterchef sketch in which he was served a three-course meal by Miranda Hart, Ruby Wax and Claudia Winkleman.

Jay described the night as "Amazing, a family feeling". He also tells the Bassman about meeting Lenny Henry, sensible partying and The Wanted's fans.

The Wanted: Jay on Comic Relief

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