The three-and-a-half hour show, which was screened live last night (October 19), saw celebrities, sportspeople and members of the public who are undergoing treatment for the disease campaigning to raise funds for vital medical research.
Hosted by Davina McCall, Alan Carr and Dr Christian Jessen, the night featured performances by Cheryl Cole - who experienced technical difficulties during her song 'Call My Name' - and Leona Lewis, as well as interviews with The Rolling Stones and appearances by Bradley Cooper, Heidi Klum and Jensen Button.
A special edition of Million Pound Drop, featuring stars including Gok Wan, Tom Felton and Heston Blumenthal, saw celebrities trying to preserve a £2m prize fund, and Derren Brown performed a Russian Roulette-style paint ball stunt with newlyweds Dawn Porter and comedian Chris O'Dowd.
As the broadcast concluded at 2am this morning, the total stood at £6,483,995. Donations to Stand Up To Cancer can still be made via the official website until November 30, with phone lines open until November 19.