Simon Cowell plans charity song for victims of London fire

Reality show judge, philanthropist and producer Simon Cowell plans to record a charity single to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London. 
Cowell, who lives in the same London borough as the now burnt-out tower, called the blaze "heartbreaking".
It is not yet known which acts will appear on the single or when it will be released.
Cowell previously produced a charity single for the victims of the Haiti earthquake. 
Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue and Sir Rod Stewart were among the stars who appeared on the remake of Everybody Hurts.
It has also been announced that a special "Night of Comedy" will be held at the Hammersmith Apollo in aid of people affected by the fire.

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