Molly Lane, 17 from London has her sights set on number one after several celebrities back the charity single she recorded to support the child bereavement charity, Grief Encounter.

Performing Arts student Molly, who studies at Elstree University Technical College, recorded the single which has been written by songwriter and family friend Perrie Young, after the loss of his father.

The music video was produced and filmed with the help of friends and students at the North London college.

With a passion to inspire children to express themselves via performance, Molly continues to volunteer for Grief Encounter.

I sang at a memorial service for one of the children’s siblings who attended Grief Encounter. It was one of the saddest things I have ever experienced. I became so emotional, being with children my own age, that were so like me but had been through so much; that I made up my mind to raise money for Grief Encounter and help children deal with their pain.

Molly Lane

Since Molly has released her charity single 'Do they Dance In Heaven', a whole host of famous faces have tweeted their support including Little Mix and Money Saving Expert, Martin Lewis OBE.

Meanwhile, former Blue Peter presenter Simon Thomas, who lost his wife Emma back in 2017, just three days after being diagnosed with Acute myeloid leukaemia has also given his backing.

All proceeds from the song will go to Grief Encounter charity.

In the UK, one child in every classroom will experience the death of a parent or sibling before they reach 16 years of age.

Grief Encounter offers a bespoke family programme to help alleviate the pain and isolation that so often accompanies the death of a loved one for young people.

'Do they Dance In Heaven' single has ranked as high as 30 in the iTunes chart.

But with the support of more celebrities online, Molly hopes the charity single will continue to leap up the charts.