Robbie Williams For Hillsborough Charity Single
Pop stars taking on The X Factor winner for Christmas No 1...
Robbie Williams and a group of other pop stars are joining forces to record a charity single for the Hillsborough relatives - and to take on Mel C, Paloma Faith are among the famous names teaming up for a cover version of The Hollies' He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.
And the record will be produced by Guy Chambers, famous for his work with Robbie and other stars - who hinted that another very big name could come on board.
He said: "I am deeply honoured to be asked to produce this record for the 96. If we can help to raise money to support the families' legal battle so that they finally get their time in court then our job will be done.
"I'm very happy with the artists we have already, but obviously I know Sir Paul McCartney was mentioned so if he did join our happy little band of talent then that would be amazing."
The Hillsborough Independent Panel report, published last month, found that the lives of many of those who died in the football stadium disaster in 1989 might have survived if the emergency services had responded more swiftly.
Now the families of many of the victims are fighting to get the accidental verdicts on their relatives inquests overturned.