Louisa Johnson is "honoured" to be a part of Simon Cowell's Grenfell Tower fire charity single.
The 'X Factor' winner has joined a host of stars including Tulisa, Emeli Sande, Pixie Lott, Louis Tomlinson, Craig David, Paloma Faith and Leona Lewis in recording a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' to raise money for those affected by the tragic blaze in west London last week, and she was only too happy to give up her time.
She said: "I feel honoured to be a part of it."
Meanwhile, Tulisa thinks it was "amazing" that so many artists have agreed to be on the track, which will be released on Wednesday (19.06.17).
She said on 'Lorraine': "It's such a horrific time.
"It's amazing when people get together and do the right thing."
Pixie believes people should do whatever they can to help those affected by the fire.
She said: "It's devastating. Anything we can do to help, we should."
Meanwhile, the song will reportedly feature a choir of 300 people who live in or around Grenfell Tower led by Gareth Malone, and recording their contribution was extremely emotional for everyone involved.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "It was really moving. The local residents became really emotional. Some of them actually lived in Grenfell Tower. Their homes have been destroyed.
"It's very raw for a lot of them."
Simon previously admitted he felt it would be "appalling" if he didn't do anything to help those involved in the tragedy.
He said: "I was watching the news and then I drove up to see the building which is around the corner. I've seen a lot of bad things and not far from where I was sitting.
"It dawned on you. It sent chills through you. What hit home was seeing that wall and seeing all those messages.
"I saw how residents turned up with water and clothes and that's when I thought I'm not going to sit here and do nothing. For someone in my position to do nothing would be appalling."