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Monday, March 26, 2012

Rugby Choir sing with JLS for Sport Relief 2012

In a show of support for Sport Relief, 23 of Britain's most well known Rugby stars past and present performed the song 'Proud' live with group JLS. They didn't only do it on Friday night (above), but also at Twickenham before the England vs Ireland Six Nations match.

"There have been many times in my life when I’ve been filled with nerves and adrenalin before a big game, but nothing compares to the terror of singing live in front of a full house at Twickenham," said Austin Healey.

Kelly Brown, Healey, Ben Kay, Brian Moore, Colin Charvis, Kyran Bracken, Mike Catt and Shane Williams were all part of the make-shirt choir, with all money donated to help Sport Relief going to help people living unimaginably tough lives, but in the UK across the world's poorest countries.

You can find out more and donate now at www.sportrelief.com/donate

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