More than 5,000 people sang and danced their way into the Book of World Records on Saturday as they took part in the biggest choreographed song and dance routine ever.
Exactly 4,051 people were needed for the five minute Annie extravaganza at Ebrington Barracks, and it was announced shortly after the event that more than 5,000 had taken part in the end.
It will be a few weeks before the record is made official.
T-shirts worn by everyone on the day were bought and donated by Hollywood actress Roma Downey, who began her acting career in Derry, her home city.
All money raised during the event will be presented to the Foyle Hospice.