Simon Cowell, Lauren Silverman, Tony Hadley and Dame Joan Collins were all out in force to show their support for the Shooting Star Chase on Saturday (October 3).
The event, which took place at The Dorchester in London, raised more than £100,000 for children with life-limiting conditions in London and Surrey.
Performance on the night came from British harmony swing group, Jack Pack, and the winner of America's Got Talent, ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, while an auction raised a massive £77,000.
Money-can’t-buy lots were on offer to the highest bidders and included use of a private jet and a lunch in France, a VIP screening of the Rugby World Cup final at London’s Mayfair Hotel, and an evening with George Clooney.
An afternoon tea with Joan Collins and Julian Clary raised £3,000, while Simon Cowell donated an impromptu last lot of four "meet and greet" tickets to The X-Factor final, which raised £8,500.
Mr Cowell, who was announced as Shooting Star Chase vice president earlier this year, then matched the amount the tickets raised with an additional donation.
He also successfully bid £3,000 for a one-of-a-kind Mulberry bag, and later donated it back to the charity to raise even more funds for the care service.