2123: What a treat this is - Ray Davies, the legendary former lead singer of The Kinks, singing Waterloo Sunset. The London setting around him is turning into a surreal funfair as I type these very words. Magical.
2127: Big hand there for the great Ray Davies. Now we're back to the girl who opened things tonight, Emeli Sandé. I don't care what anyone says, I think she's got a sensational voice. Who's with me?
2131: Terrific stuff. The next bit is called 'Parade of Athletes'. This is where some of the Olympians enter the stadium. Someone just texted me to say the montage of athletes crying they just showed was *lame*. You know who you are, and you're a disgrace. It was beautiful.
2135: As the athletes continue to enter the stadium, many of them wearing gold/silver/bronze medals around their necks, the brilliant British band Elbow are now playing 'Open Arms'. The Olympians all look so happy!
2140: Huge roars as more athletes walk into the Olympic Stadium, and whether they've got medals or not they all look completely overjoyed to be there. Now Elbow are playing One Day Like This, what a song that is. Is someone recording this for me so I can have a few beers and watch it again later?
2143: Great stuff, CherubimGB. I'm going to hold you to that, my friend. The Olympic Stadium is now a mass of athletes and flags, some of them swaying along to Elbow and some of them, presumably, wondering who the blazes these boys are. They're still having fun, though. How could they not?
2147: London throws its biggest after party of all time as athletes continue to pour into the Olympic Stadium. They are soaking up the adulation and the atmosphere, taking photos of each other, videoing it on their mobiles, grabbing piggy-backs with each other - seriously, throw in a couple of beers and you've got absolute carnage.
2151: I'd love to tell you, E1108, but it's worth more than my life is. Save the surprise, yeah? Hope you get your wish. Seriously, if only every Sunday night in London could be like this.
2155: Right, now we're on to the next stage of proceedings, which is called 'Here Comes the Sun', Performers are currently bringing into the stadium 303 white boxes - representing each Olympic event - and creating a pyramid out of them. On to these boxes, highlights of the past 16 days will be projected.
2159: Now we come to the final victory ceremony of the Olympic Games and one which is steeped in tradition - the Men's Marathon gold, silver and bronze medallists receive their prizes from IOC President Jacques Rogge in front of 80,000 fans and all their fellow athletes.
2201: Kenya's Wilson Kipsang Kiprotich takes bronze, Kenya's Abel Kirui takes silver and the gold medal is awarded to Uganda's Stephen Kiprotich. The Ugandan national anthem will be the last one played for a gold medallist at London 2012.
2202: Yep, pure and simple, Jess.
2206: Now there's a presentation involving athletes and volunteers at London 2012, with Great Britain's gold-medal-winning rower Kath Grainger taking part. They are recognising the four new members of the IOC Athletes' Commission and there is Volunteer Recognition too. The volunteers have been absolutely magnificent throughout.
2210: Huge cheers as John Lennon's face appears on the giant screen inside and 'Imagine' is played, with a children's choir providing the backing vocals at the Olympic Stadium.