Because of the tragic Grenfell Tower fire, there is a big chance that One Direction will be reunited for a charity song for the benefit of the tragedy’s victims. In fact, Harry Styles and Niall Horan are said to be fixing their schedules to make way for the much-awaited performance.

After the band’s hiatus in 2016, fans have been clamoring for the group’s reunion. The band’s creator Simon Cowell decided to do charity song for the sufferers of the unfortunate event that involves a number of artists. However, it is not yet mentioned if Zayn Malik is going to join the cause.

1D’s much-awaited reunion

Once again, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, and Niall Horan will be singing altogether to perform one song.

According to The Sun, the “Sign of Times” and “Slow Hands” hitmakers are the first ones to look at their schedules and move some dates to make the reunion possible. The two remaining members of One Direction, on the other hand, confirmed that they will be recording some lines of the song they will be covering. The group will be singing their own rendition of the 1970 Simon and Garfunkel classic “Bridge over Troubled Water.”

Unfortunately, Liam Payne is unable to join the group to perform with the band as he is currently on a U.S. tour. “If all four [One Direction] came on board, it would be as solo acts,” a source told the publication.

Aside from the English-Irish pop boy band, Rita Ora, Leona Lewis, Gregory Porter, James Blunt, Paloma Faith, and Craig David among others are also seen heading to Sarm Studios to work on the new charity single.

Others who help the victims of Grenfell Tower

To recall, the Grenfell Tower in North Kensington got burned for 24 hours on June 14. According to Metropolitan Police's latest update, it left 79 deaths.

The moment Simon Cowell saw this tragic event on television, he quickly had an idea to do something to help his community. In a tweet, the “America’s Got Talent” judge described the tragedy as “heartbreaking” while watching it. “We hope to confirm a record tomorrow,” he added. This is to raise some money for the victims of the catastrophe. “Making calls tonight,” he ended.

Aside from the 57-year-old music mogul, Adele also helped the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The 29-year-old star attended the vigil and stayed low-profile while comforting the grieving people. With what she did, the “Hello” hitmaker received a lot of praises helping people without even announcing it on social media.

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