Gary Barlow, Andrew Lloyd Webber and that man from Military Wives have premiered the Queen's Jubilee tune 'Sing' on BBC Radio 2.
You can listen to it here, but be warned it's not a patch on Barlow classics like 'To Love Again' and that one his did for Ronan Parke.
Speaking about the LOLathon that was recording process, Gary said: "When we were writing I'd work in a bit of 'Memories' and then a bit of 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' and his face would keep changing going, 'I think that's been done before Gary'."
"It was funny," insisted ALW.
But the fun didn't stop there.
"My favourite thing is to play stupid things, Muppet Show and things like that on the piano but from working with Andrew I realised so does he," said Gary rather animatedly. Such tricksters those guys.
Chorister Gareth Malone was also on to announce Military Wives as lead vocalists on the song. Revealing how Gary put his balls in his mouth so he literally couldn't say no, Gareth told Chris Evans: "Earlier in the year, Gary said come and have a cup of tea. He's a teabag sort of fella."