If you would like to donate more you can visit the Artists for Grenfell page: here.The single is a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's classic 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'. "I don't know where to begin so I'll start by saying I refuse to forget you / I refuse to be silenced / I refuse to neglect you / As for every last soul up in Grenfell, even though I've never met you, that could be my mum's house / That could be my nephew / That could have been me up there, waving my white plain tee up there / With my friends on the ground trying to see up there / I just hope that you rest and you're free up there" He quickly quickly brought together the best in British music that were available and recorded the single over the weekend. Co-judge Nicole Scherzinger had nothing but praise for the change, revealing at the press launch: 'The change in the number of live shows is just one of the ways Simon plans to freshen up the series this year, are you excited by what he has planned?
The Grenfell Tower Charity single is out now and available to purchase and stream.
Just hours after its release, it has already risen to number one on the UK i Tunes chart.
But despite forming Angelicus, Jean never actually saw the troupe, made up of school girls aged 11-17, perform. “That was quite incredible.” Jean Williams was an accompanist, teacher and co-founder of the Llanelli Proms, and had worked with numerous Welsh as well being hailed as a respected performer in her own right.
The choir’s unofficial spokesperson Holly broke judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon’s hearts when she explained their harrowing backstory.“Our inspiration is our teacher Mr. “He’s our hero.” She continued: ”He’s such a good teacher and he brings out the best in us, but he’s had a tough year.” Visibly moved by the stunning display, Simon, 57, invited an emotional John to the stage and whispered his congratulations for his work. She had appeared in concert halls all over the world during her illustrious musical career and was closely associated with Hywel Girls Choir and Hywel Boy Singers and the Llanelli Choral Society.
): "All these crazy things we used to do with themes have gone, no more jukeboxes, none of that rubbish this year."The public are smart enough to know what's real – that's what we are focusing on this year."The jukebox Uncle Si is referring to was, of course, a bit of a joke – being that it was spun at the end of the results show each week to randomly select the following week's theme...