Taylor Swift And Bruno Mars To Perform Together For Comic Relief

Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars are set to get involved in Comic Relief, doing what they do best – singing.

The two stars have reportedly been confirmed for the Lets Dance for Comic Relief final on March 9.

The BBC show is a classic chariy favourite in which celebrities perform famous dance routines, with varying levels of success.

This season we’ve already been treated to Tim Vine’s hilarious rendition of the Justin Timberlake classic, Rock Your Body, as well as routines from Antony Cotton, The Soap Stars, and Katherine Ryan, who have all progressed to the final.

Taylor and Bruno will join a host of other stars to take to the stage for the charity show, according to The List. Strictly Come Dancing runner-up, Kimberly Walsh sang earlier this month, as did The Script and Paloma Faith.

The 23-year-old country singer was named the most charitable celebrity of 2012 after donating $4 million to the Country Hall of Fame.

The songs Taylor and Bruno will sing are as yet unknown as they follow in the footsteps of fellow pop stars, Justin Bieber and Nicole Scherzinger who are to perform on this weekend’s show.

Nicole and Justin will be singing their new singles, Boomerang and All Around the World respectively, as Vanessa Feltz and Lee Nelson take to the stage to throw some serious shapes.