PIXIE Lott, Louisa Johnson and Stormzy were just a few of the celebrities seen heading into the recording studio this weekend, to record the charity single to raise money for the victims of Grenfell Tower fire.
The horrific blaze which tore through the Kensington tower block has killed 79, with the number expected to rise.
After the shocking incident, many celebs offered support for those affected by the blaze, including Jamie Oliver, who offered free food and drink from his restaurant, and Adele, who comforted victims at a vigil for those who lost their lives.
Last week Simon Cowell announced on Twitter that he was organising a charity single to be recorded, to help raise money for those who have lost their homes and loved ones.
And after a number of phone calls, it appears the music mogul managed to rally up a horde of stars, who came together this weekend to record the tune.
While a plethora of celebs pictured arriving – including Leona Lewis, Stormzy, Matt Terry, Tulisa Contostavolos, Rita Ora, Emeli Sandé and Britain’s Got Talent winner Tokio Myers – are just some of the singers taking part, it was reported Liam Payne could also be featuring on the hit.
Pixie Lott arrived at the studio in West London in a monochrome playsuit which featured ruffled panels at the sides, and kept comfortable in a pair of bright white trainers.
Simon Cowell reveals he hopes to release a record to raise money for the victims of the tragic Grenfell Tower blaze [Getty]
X Factor winner Louisa Johnson is also including her vocals on the song, and arrived in high spirits in a pair of cropped, wife-leg jeans and a white blouse which revealed her blue, lace bralet underneath.
A lot of London-based artists seemingly wanted to get involved in the track, with several stars from rival labels also getting in touch with Simon Cowell to collaborate on the project.
Speaking to The Sun at the end of last week, the Britain’s Got Talent judge said: “We started 24 hours ago and already we’re getting calls coming in, mainly from Brits.
“A lot of London artists, people like Skepta, Stormzy, Emile Sande, The London Community Gospel Choir, all wanted to be involved.”
All funds from the single will be given to those affected by the horrifying fire, with the British government having waived all VAT costs.