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West London pupils to join Britain's Got Talent stars Bars & Melody on stage at Wembley Arena

Children will unite in song at the world famous arena to raise awareness of the plight of kids in care

Britain's Got Talent semi-finalists Bars and Melody will be joined by thousands of schoolchildren

Pupils from west London schools will unite in song with Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) stars at the Voice in a Million (VIAM) concert at Wembley Arena.

Joining Simon Cowell ’s protégés singing-rapping duo Bars and Melody, who are headlining the event in March to raise awareness of the plight of kids in care, will be 10,000 children from schools across the country.

Among the local schools flocking to Wembley include pupils from Priestmead Primary School in Harrow; Pinner Wood School in Pinner; Wood End Academy in Greenford; Orchard House School in Chiswick; Buxlow Preparatory School in Wembley; Field End Junior School in Ruislip; Song Academy in Brook Green and Southville Junior School in Feltham.

Other stars set to rock the arena for two nights will be BGT 2015 finalist Calum Scott along with Charli Beard from X-Factor.

A mass choir of 5,000 schoolchildren will also take to the stage each night to spread the message for the millions of youngsters who don’t have a family to look after them.

Now in its 7th year the show dedicated to giving children a voice will also see Destiny Africa Children’s Choir fly in from Uganda to lead the choir in the theme tune for The Save The Children song.

Voice in a Million 2016 will be held on Wednesday and Thursday March 2 and 3 at Wembley Arena.

Doors open at 6.30pm and the show starts at 7.15pm.

Visit VIAM here.

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