YOUNG cancer survivor Adam Brombley will join forces with pop superstar Nicole Scherzinger to sing to millions of TV viewers as part of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign.
The 15-year-old, from Emsworth, is performing with the Stand Up To Cancer Children’s Choir in a live Channel 4 show this Friday.
All 20 children in the choir have been treated for cancer and their performance will highlight the importance of raising money to translate research into life-saving treatments.
Adam was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in August last year after a large tumour was growing in his chest and into the right atrium of his heart.
He faced many trips to hospital to undergo gruelling chemotherapy over the next 10 months.
But Adam was recently rewarded with the news his cancer is in remission.
His mum Julie said: ‘We feel incredibly proud that Adam is part of the amazing Stand Up To Cancer Children’s Choir and will be performing alongside a world famous pop star.
‘I hope the choir’s performance inspires millions of viewers to donate money which will fund crucial research and help more families, like mine, stay together.’