A terminally ill eight-year-old girl, who had thousands of Christmas carollers singing outside her home to fulfil her final wish, has died, her family said.
Delaney Brown from Pennsylvania, US, "passed away quietly with her loving family by her side" early on Christmas morning, a family spokesman told the Associated Press.
On Saturday night, thousands of singers gathered outside her home in a bid to grant her wish of a huge festive sing-along.
The songs included Frosty the Snowman, Jingle Bells and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer with a chorus of Happy Birthday ending the event because Delaney had turned eight on Friday.
Shortly after the carolling began, the family's Facebook page showed a picture of the girl with both of her thumbs up and text saying: "I can hear you now!!! Love you!"
Delaney, whose nickname was Laney, was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia in May.