Sport Relief is back in March, and events are now being revealed.

Live on stage at the National Television Awards, Freddie Flintoff announced four fearless celebs that will go head-to-head in a charity celebrity boxing match. Ex-footballer Wayne Bridge will take on television personality Spencer Matthews, whilst S-Club 7 singer Hannah Spearritt will take on The Saturdays star Vanessa White. All four celebs will pursue a gruelling training programme in the lead up to the big match, which will be aired on BBC One during Sport Relief’s Night of TV on Friday 23rd March.

It’s Made in Chelsea vs ‘played in Chelsea’, it’s two of the biggest girl band rivalries; it’s a sporting event you definitely will not want to miss.

Sport Relief culminates in a week of unmissable events, hilarious TV moments and physically-demanding celebrity challenges encouraging the nation to get active, raise money and change lives in the UK and around the world.

To find out more about Sport Relief, click here.

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