Australians dug deep while devouring their dinners last night, donating more than $10 million to the victims of Queensland's extensive flooding during a Channel Nine telethon.
Celebrities, sports legends and politicians manned the phones in Brisbane for the Flood Relief Appeal, as Queenslanders braced for more pain.
More than $10,278,000 was raised during the event, with a massive 12,000 phone calls crashing the entire operation in the first minute.
Veronicas sister Jess Origliasso (pictured) was on hand to lend her support, alongside Tina Arena, Kasey Chambers and Troy Cassar-Daly.
And in a surprise announcement during the event, promoter Michael Gudinski pledged to repeat the Black Saturday Sound Relief events to raise money for Australia's latest disaster.
Meanwhile, flooded Queenslanders are getting ready for more trouble this morning, with heavy rain predicted for waterlogged areas over the next two days.
Over the weekend Gympie and Maryborough were the latest communities underwater, with flash flooding also experienced in Brisbane.
The rains have also spread over the border, threatening northern New South Wales where rivers around Lismore and Mullumbimby could burst their banks. Inland border town Goondiwindi is also expected to flood.
As the water rises throughout the state, residents around Queensland's Dalby area are being evacuated as a precaution.