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McBusted drummer Harry Judd has hailed his friend Lil' Chris as an "amazing guy" and "talented kid" following news of the Suffolk singer's death.
The 24-year-old from Lowestoft was found dead in the town on Monday morning.
Officers are not treating the death as suspicious.
McBusted recently performed a song in tribute to the singer because he used to support their former band McFly.
Now, Harry Judd has been sharing his memories of their time together.
Click below to hear the interview with Harry Judd
"Never has a support act had such an impact on us as a band.
We used to have him on stage with us, we'd never done that before. He was such an amazing guy."
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Pop band McBusted played an emotional rendition of '(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right' in honour of their friend Lil' Chris last night.Read the full story ›
A 69-year old man's been charged with a number of historic sexual assaults against boys at schools in Suffolk and Devon.
It's part of an investigation into allegations of abuse at the former Kesgrave Hall Boarding school in Suffolk and another school in Great Torrington in Devon.
John Mckno from Alby in North Norfolk is facing 16 charges dating back to the 1970s and 80s.
Suffolk businesses are being held back because of delays on the A14, according to the county's Chamber of Commerce.
It claims firms who use the road are at an immediate disadvantage because frequent delays mean higher fuel costs.
There is disruption on Abellio Greater Anglia services at Ipswich in Suffolk this morning because of emergency engineering works.
Services running through Ipswich may be delayed up to 30 minutes while trains between Ipswich and London Liverpool Street will terminate at Stowmarket or Manningtree/Colchester.
Disruption is expected until around midday.
People living in Lowestoft have been reacting to the death of singer Lil' Chris.
24 year old Chris Hardman became famous after he starred in the Channel 4 series Rock School when he was a pupil at Kirkley High in Lowestoft. He went on to have a successful solo career.
He was found dead yesterday morning. Police are investigating his death but say there are no suspicious circumstances.
Jim Rice has been in Lil' Chris's hometown of Lowestoft where people have been left shocked by his death
Rock legend Gene Simmons has paid tribute to Lil' Chris the singer he discovered on the hit show Rock School. Simmons formed a band from youngsters at Kirkley High School in Lowestoft for the Channel 4 programme. Lil' Chris real name Chris Hardman went on to have a successful solo career. The 24 year old was found dead in Lowestoft on Monday. Late this afternoon Simmons tweeted "He was loved. RIP Lil' Chris"
Sad to report Lil Chris from the Gene Simmons Rock School TV show, has passed on. He was loved. RIP, Lil Chris. http://t.co/ODlHs1bX6y
Lil Chris's former manager Alan Dodgeon has been paying tribute to the 24 year old after he died in LowestoftRead the full story ›