Bonnie Tyler and Leo Sayer will headline a special celebrity charity variety show in New Zealand on November 12.

The New Zealand Variety Show will hit The Aotea Centre in Auckland to raise money for Variety - The Children's Charity. Founded over 80 years ago, Variety commenced operations in New Zealand in November 1989 with a spectacular Variety Show. Now, 21 years later, history will repeat itself with another great show to celebrate the charity’s work raising millions of dollars for sick, disabled and disadvantaged kiwi kids.

The dream of The New Zealand Variety Show came from veteran TV producer Nigel Godfrey, and a chance meeting with Kiwi business legend Owen Glenn in June of this year has seen this dream turned into a reality.

Joining the lineup for the show is John Paul Young, as well as Kiwi entertainers such as Frankie Stevens, Che Fu, Shane Cortese and Tina Cross.

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