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ANYONE AT THE O2 LONDON LAST NIGHT?

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7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day ago
My little girl was singing at the O2 last night was anyone elses children there last night
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7y, 1d agoPosted 7 years, 1 day ago
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#1
Aww thats lovely! what was it for? bet she had the time of her life and felt very important and special!
#2
bossyboots
Aww thats lovely! what was it for? bet she had the time of her life and felt very important and special!


Yes it was for a good cause a childrens cancer charity called " Clic Sargent "and it was a really good entertaining night. There was a Street dance group called Urban Striders: heres a link to their website : http://www.urbanstrides.com
very emotional with all the childrens sweet voices , Heart grabbing stuff
#3
My daughters school were there- young voices? (my daughter was in the choir, but left as they had too much to learn!)
#4
renown
Yes it was for a good cause a childrens cancer charity called " Clic Sargent "and it was a really good entertaining night. There was a Street dance group called Urban Striders: heres a link to their website : http://www.urbanstrides.com
very emotional with all the childrens sweet voices , Heart grabbing stuff


That is absolutely fantastic - what an experience as parents - u must have been so proud of her!

She will have been bitten by the showbiz bug now!! I love hearing stories like this. My 10 yr old son does his radio show every week and I am still as proud now as I was show 1.

Though he is slowly turning into a man - as he is sitting here watching tv with his hands down his boxers hahaha!
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bossyboots
That is absolutely fantastic - what an experience as parents - u must have been so proud of her!

She will have been bitten by the showbiz bug now!! I love hearing stories like this. My 10 yr old son does his radio show every week and I am still as proud now as I was show 1.

Though he is slowly turning into a man - as he is sitting here watching tv with his hands down his boxers hahaha!


A definite man thing lol
#6
bargainhunter2009
My daughters school were there- young voices? (my daughter was in the choir, but left as they had too much to learn!)


Thats a real shame both my daughters have done this now 2 years ago my 12 year old went to the Albert Hall it was brilliant to be part of something so full of energy :-D

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