Louis Tomlinson Lending Voice for Grenfell Tower Charity Single

At least 58 people died in the apartment fire.

Cowell, who lives closest to the London block where the incinerated tower was located, also took to the social media platform to express his heartbreak about the incident.

Simon Cowell has recruited some of the world's top musicians for a charity single to benefit the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

The media mogul revealed to reporters gathered outside of his Notting Hill recording studio that every singer involved was happy to "chip in".

In the aftermath of London's horrific Grenfell Tower fire that is feared to have killed over 100 people, the United Kingdom is in mourning.

Simon previously told Good Morning Britain, "I hope it will prick a few people's consciousness and it might spur someone on to do something else".

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We may all be Cowell cynics but anything that raises money for Grenfell is a victor for us. We can do more than just a record.

Following the devastating fire which destroyed Grenfell Tower in London last week, we will be playing the Artists For Grenfell charity single as soon as it lands tomorrow (21st June).

"Singing absolutely can not fix anything, a record can not fix anything, but we might be able to raise some money, we might be able to touch a few hearts". Heartbreaking, ' the X Factor boss wrote on Twitter last week.

"Secondly, what I hope will happen is that it will send a message to those involved that there's an bad lot of people who care very much about what you're going through". "For someone in my position to do nothing would be appalling". It sent chills through you. "I genuinely believe it will make a difference".

A charity single is hoped to raise funds for the families of the victims.

His comments came just hours after he announced the idea over social media.

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