Kiwi superstars Flight of the Conchords have written and recorded a song especially for Red Nose Day and Cure Kids.
The new single will be unveiled during the television extravaganza Red Nose Day: Comedy for Cure Kids, screening on TV3 from 7.30pm on Friday, August 24.
Many other influential Kiwis are passionately involved in the August 1 - 24 campaign and have put their hands up to help raise vital funds for child health research.
Red Nose Day has the backing of the NZRU and All Blacks, with three players - Sonny Bill Williams, Kieran Read and Luke Romano - fronting the initiative.
The All Blacks team will also feature in a series of skits as part of Red Nose Day Comedy for Cure Kids.
Having fun whilst raising funds is the over-arching theme of this year's event, so the charity is also launching a Facebook app that encourages donations in return for laughs from footage featuring All Blacks, comedians and well-known TV faces.
"We are incredibly excited by the calibre of stars who have given us their valuable time and we are so grateful for their passion and drive to help us raise awareness of what Cure Kids does" says Cure Kids CEO Vicki Lee.
Steve Tew, CEO New Zealand Rugby Union said: "We're firmly behind Cure Kids, the official charity of the All Blacks and NZRU, and excited to support them for Red Nose Day. It's great to back an organisation whose support of research provides hope to many New Zealand children battling a range of illnesses."