Simon Cowell, one of the renowned judges of "America's Got Talent" and "X-Factor," has appeared to the pop stars in the world to join forces to cover a certain single that will benefit the victims of Grenfell Tower in London. He decided to assemble A-List stars that will perform the recording track entitled "Bridge over Troubled Water" on Sunday.

Cowell made his announcement on Thursday since he planned to raise money for those who were affected by the tragic blaze which killed more than 30 people and left hundreds of families homeless.

In line with this, some of the most popular singers already signed to do the single. Robbie Williams, Louis Tomlinson, and Carl Barat were among who confirmed for the charity project of Cowell.

Message of support

The blazing fire in Grenfell Tower in London was among the most tragic events that had ever happened. Cowell, 57, shared in one of his interviews the different emotions he felt about what happened.

He even added that situation of the fire victims were getting worse since most of the families got nothing, not even insurance.

He even felt more sadness when he learned that a baby was thrown out in the window during the fire incident. He also shared that he thought of sending a cheque to the family; however, he believed that he can do more. Hence, he decided to put up a plan for a Charity Single as another means of sending message of support to the victims.

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This weekend, high-profiled pop stars are expected to gather in Sarm Studios where the recording will be made. Cowell also added that for those artists who wish to get involved with the cause can still participate through recording some lines in any studios around the world that will somehow contribute to the track.

Song to be released on Monday

Cowell chooses to initiate the project since he can't help himself just sitting and watching all the fire victims.

Further, despite what happened Cowell was still thankful of the fact that the tragic incident was making people united for a greater cause. Hence, Cowell, together with the artists, will do their best to release the charity single by Monday.

Apart from the charity track, the "X-Factor" judge, also shared that some artists will be performing for a benefit concert and it will be called “a night of comedy in aid of the people affected by the fire”.

Meanwhile, he will also initiate a simple gig which will be held at Eventim Apollo on June 27 and all ticket sales will aid those who were victims of the fire.

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