Fans of One Direction will soon see them performing with other artists at the charity concert initiated by "X-Factor" judge Simon Cowell. Cowell, moved by the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, asked Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, and Louis Tomlinson to perform at a charity show for the London fire victims.

Former member and the first one to detach from the group Zayn Malik, was not yet asked to join. Payne and Tomlinson have agreed to record for "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Niall Horan and Harry Styles have already deferred some of their commitments after Cowell’s appeal.

One Direction will reunite in a charity project for Grenfell Tower victims

Grenfell Tower, an apartment building in North Kensington, London, caught fire that resulted in 30 deaths within 24 hours. There are 28 people still missing that are presumed dead. After watching the footage on television, Simon Cowell found it heartbreaking. He readily called the One Direction members to do a show and the money raised will go directly to the victims according to Hollywood Life.

One Direction fans are looking forward to the concert. It might be the start of the reunion which Niall Horan hinted last year. He was quoted saying that their band will become active again in 2017. Despite the fact that Payne and Styles have recording contracts as solo artists, their fans are still looking at the possibility of a reunion.

More artists to join Simon Cowell's project

Telegraph reported that several artists including Leonora Lewis, James Blunt, Rita Ora, and Gareth Malone have already gone to the studio to record the charity single. Malone organized an ensemble of 300 people to help. Other artists who agreed to participate in the project are Emeli Sande, Paloma Faith, and Craig David.

Together with One Direction, Simon Cowell’s initiative will surely bring several million pounds.

Other singers who have agreed to take part in the project are Paloma Faith, Emeli Sande Craig David and members of One Direction. Rita Ora who revealed that she was raised in London and used to play in the streets near the ill-fated tower was among the first to sign up for the charity project.

Adele discretely went to the Grenfell Tower to empathize with the victims. The good-hearted singer comforted the grieving family members. She offered help and support right after the tragedy. Fans were amazed at the gesture of the “Hello” singer. One of them wrote on social media that the singer has a beautiful soul.