The touching music video for Grenfell Tower charity single, featuring a host of stars including Robbie Williams, Rita Ora and James Blunt, debuted on Wednesday (June 21) during the advert break for ITV's Coronation Street.
The Who's Pete Townsend and Roger Daltry, Nile Rodgers, One Direction singers Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, James Arthur, Jessie J, Emili Sande, Paloma Faith, Leona Lewia and Stormzy also feature on the track, which sees a mix of genres and generations coming together to support those affected by the tragic fire in the Grenfell Tower block in London last week.
The long list of stars contributed to the single alongside a choir of people from the local area.
The video also includes footage of a number of firefighters in tears as they left the building and distraught members of the public wearing t-shirts with the logo Missing.
The charity single shot straight to number one in the iTunes charts and in 14 countries worldwide, just hours after it was released.
Thank you to everyone for their help and support in making this happen.— Simon Cowell (@SimonCowell) June 20, 2017
On the site, Cowell penned a message that reads, "Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in West London, the record industry came together to record a single for the victims of the disaster. Over 50 artists gave their time and support to make this happen. The song is Bridge Over Troubled Water.
"This website has been built to create a donation page which, together with the money raised by the record, will hopefully encourage people to donate whatever they can to help those who have been affected by this terrible event. All donations made here will be used by The London Community Foundation to help those in need."
The full list of artists involved:
5 After Midnight, Angel, Anne-Marie, Bastille, Brian May of Queen, Carl Barât of The Libertines, Craig David, DenoDonae’o, Dua Lipa, Ella Eyre, Ella Henderson, Emeli Sandé, Fleur East, Gareth Malone & The Choir for Grenfell, Geri Halliwell, Gregory Porter, James Arthur, James Blunt, Jessie J, Jessie Ware, John Newman, Jon McClure of Reverend and the Makers, Jorja Smith, Kelly Jones of The Stereophonics, Labrinth, Leona Lewis, Liam Payne, London Community Gospel Choir, Louis Tomlinson, Louisa Johnson, Matt Goss, Matt Terry, Mr Eazi, Nathan Sykes, Nile Rodgers, Omar, Paloma Faith, Pixie Lott, Ray BLKRAYE, Rita Ora, Robbie Williams, Shakka, Shane Filan, Stormzy, The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend), Tokio Myers, Tom Grennan, Tony Hadley, Tulisa, and WSTRN.