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BBC’s Children in Need charity single video drops and fans are crying their hearts out

The BBC splashed out celeb after celeb, including Cher and Robbie Williams, for the video for Children in Need charity single Stop Crying Your Heart Out.

Absolutely no stars are fading away in the charity cover of the Oasis ballad, released yesterday, which features more than 20 vocalists as part of the Radio 2 Allstars.

Kylie Minogue, Spice Girl Melanie C, and singer-songwriter Ava Max also lend their voices to the track.

The powerful music video uses footage of the stars, filmed remotely, interspersed with touching footage of brave kids overcoming obstacles and living their lives.

Chic star Nile Rodgers, who recorded his segment in his garden, loved being part of the project.

He said: ‘Watching these children every year, it touches your heart, it inspires you to be better yourself, and when I was playing it I was sort of swept away.

‘I was really happy too that I could play it at my own house in the back yard.

“Believe it or not, my neighbours started to gather round and wonder what I was doing, that was cool because I actually don’t get a chance to see them very often.’

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A true a cast of all-stars sang on the track (Picture: BBC)

Fans seemed especially delighted to see rapper KSI contribute to the tune. The British YouTube star, who also goes by JJ, sings a segment on the track.

One person commented: ‘Bless him JJ singing for this, even though he’s not a singer no one can deny he’s such a kind person, such a good cause.’

Another wrote: ‘From I’m on a Horse with his brother to a song with Robbie Williams and Cher and other legends. More importantly did it for a great cause. Big up JJ. Proud of you bro.’

Someone else added: ‘It’s amazing to see artists inspire all their fans and everyone excluding [sic] kids that might be sick or hurt in any way. This song touched my heart! This is a masterpiece!

‘Stay strong everyone, and you never know what could come your way.’

But our vote for most relatable comment goes to the Cher fan who wrote ‘I’m not crying, you’re crying.’

Look, we’re trying to stop crying our hearts out—but this video hit us right in the feels.

This year’s socially-distanced television special for Children in Need, which included an emotional tribute to Sir Terry Wogan, raised a staggering £37million.

Stop Crying Your Heart Out is available to stream or download from BBC Radio 2.


Credit: Original article published here.

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