Louis Tomlinson, Rita Ora, Jessie J & More Added To Grenfell Charity Single Line Up

The single is in aid of the devastating fire in London and will be released on Wednesday...

Thebiggest and brightest names in musichave been gathering to record a charity single to support those affected by theGrenfell Tower fire.

Over the weekend it emerged Liam Payne, Stormzy, Craig David and more had been lined up to help record a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's'Bridge Over Troubled Water', and since, even more names have been added to the list.

Liam Payne, Stormzy, Louisa Johnson and more will record a charity single for the Grenfell Tower victims

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Liam Payne, Stormzy, Louisa Johnson and more will record a charity single for the Grenfell Tower victims

As it stands, the all-star line up features:Angel,Anne-Marie,James Arthur,Carl Barat,James Blunt,London Community Gospel Choir,Ryan De La Cruz,Roger Daltrey,Craig David,Deno,Celine Dion,Donaeo,Mr Eazi,Ella Eyre,Paloma Faith,Shane Filan,Matt Goss,Tom Grennan,Jessie J,Louisa Johnson,Kelly Jones,Labrinth,Leona Lewis, Dua Lipa,Gareth Malone,Brian May ,Tokio Meyers,5 After Midnight,John Newman,Rita Ora,LiamPayne,Gregory Porter,RAYE,Emeli Sande,Shakka,Jorja Smith,Dan Smith,Matt Terry,Louis Tomlinson,Tulisa,Jessie Ware,Robbie Williams and WSTRN.

Simon Cowell, who lives and works in the area, began contacting the names in his address book to raise funds for the victims under the banner 'Artists For Grenfell'. On his decision to create the charity single he said:"I was watching the news and then I drove up to see the building which is around the corner. I’ve seen a lot of bad things and not far from where I was sitting.

"It dawned on you. It sent chills through you. What hit home was seeing that wall and seeing all of those messages.

"I saw how residents turned up with water and clothes and that’s when I thought I’m not going to sit here and do nothing. For someone in my position to do nothing would be appalling."

Soon after the tragedy, stars including Adele and Rita Ora were among those on the ground giving support. Although not confirmed, Cowell added: "I would love to get Adele on the record, after she did what she did."

The stars and producers have been gathering at Sarm Studios on Ladbroke Grove, half a mile from Grenfell Tower, and working tirelessly to get the single ready for release on Wednesday 21st June at 8am.

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