Stars' video message to brave Bradley Lowery

The stars have come out for Bradley.

Sporting heroes and other celebrities have sent video messages to show their support for little Bradley Lowery and his fight against cancer.

Bradley Lowery with dad Carl when he was mascot at the Sunderland v Everton game

Bradley Lowery with dad Carl when he was mascot at the Sunderland v Everton game

Model and presenter Katie Price is the latest high-profile figure to lend her support to the campaign and now the Bradley Lowery’s Fight against Neuroblastoma Facebook page has put up a video featuring her message and those from a host of other celebs.

"I have showed Bradley this amazing video and he loved it," writes mum Gemma.

Bradley’s response was "Mammy, they all know my name”"and "isn’t this nice of them?"

"He melts my heart," says Gemma.

John O'Shea

John O'Shea

"He also has a soft spot for Katie Price, bless him. Thank you everyone for your support and please keep supporting us to get over that finish line so we can travel to America without worrying about where the money is coming from for any extra treatment or hospital stays."

Black Cats captain John O’Shea kicks off the tributes: "Just wishing you all the best in your travels to America. Hope everything goes great. All the best from everybody at Sunderland. Take care."

Musician Tom Zanetti is next up and says: “I just want to wish you all the luck in the world for your trip to America. You’ve got so much support and I really hope things are going to be okay."

Former Sunderland stars are also among those taking part, with messages from Danny Rose, David Meyler, Danny Simpson, Gary Bennett and Jordan Henderson, who says: "I just wanted to drop you a little line to wish you all the best in America.

Katie Price

Katie Price

"I hope it goes well - keep fighting mate, we’re all behind you."

Boxing stars Glenn McCrory and Billy Hardy also send messages, along with Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt. Even Gazza gets in on the act.

The Blackhall five-year-old’s family have raised £700,000 to pay for immunotherapy treatment in the U.S. as Bradley’s fight with neuroblastoma continues.

But more funds need to be raised to pay for flights, accommodation and any additional treatment he may need whilst in the States.

Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne

Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne

Everton football club announced it was donating £200,000 to the fund earlier this month, after Bradley was a mascot when the toffees played Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

To donate, visit www.chasethewind.co.uk or text Brad02 £1 to 70070.