THere are also serious messages from the host and comic relief co-Sir Leni Henry, who said he could not believe the continued use of food banks in the UK.
He also shared condolences to the family of Louis Tomlinson after the death of his sister and the relatives of those killed in the shooting of Christchurch.
Sir Lenny said: "Can I say at this moment how much we share in everyone's design about the recent events in New Zealand.
"We send our condolences to the families and stand shoulder to shoulder despite those who want to hurt."
David Beckham opened the show in a monologue to roll himself out on his fashion decisions.
Jennifer Saunders has prepared a parody, Mamma Mia! Here we go again, on the night of a charity comedy.
Sue Perkins, Carrie Mulligan, Alan Carr and What Arterton photographed the mock music, playing actors from the original film.
Meanwhile, Andrew Flintoff cheated the Ruby Subug with a top screwed chest, exposing the car to a former soccer driver who was actually controlled by a hidden driver in a boot.
And Jason Manford and Martin Freeman stood as captains in the celebrity edition of the University of Etgar.