Two Hartlepool sisters who moved the world with their tribute song to Bradley Lowery are set to perform at a charity football match in his memory.
Oliva Crawford, 16, and Georgia Fletcher, 22 - known as LIV’n’G - have been invited to sing a special version of their ‘Smile for Bradley’ single at the match at Everton’s Goodison Park ground.
The celebrity game, which will kick off at 3pm on Sunday, will see the sister act perform during half time to large crowds of Bradley supporters.
The Blackhall youngster tragically lost his battle to cancer neuroblastoma aged just six back in July.
During his fight, the girls released two charity songs in honour of the brave boy in a bid to raise as much as possible for his cause.
Their song ‘Smile for Bradley’ highlighted on the Vodafone official chart for two weeks - reaching number four and 11.
Funds raised from the ‘Smile for Bradley’ song and the charity match will all go to the Bradley Lowery Foundation which supports poorly children from across the country.
Funds from the game will also go to Everton in the Community.
Speaking ahead of their performance proud mum Leesa Crawford said: “They will be performing a sing-a-long exclusive version of ‘Smile for Bradley.’
“As they perform there will be a video showing the children from Bradley’s school and at the end Bradley sings the last line ‘if you just smile.’
“The words of the song will play on the video so the crowd can join in.”
The celebrity match will be played between ‘Bradley’s Blues’ and ‘The Lowery Legends’ - with the sides wearing the colours of Bradley’s two favourite teams, Sunderland and Everton.
Tony Bellew will manage ‘Bradley’s Blues’ and a squad that includes Olly Murs, Stephen Graham, Shayne Ward and Everton legends Peter Beardsley and Alan Stubbs.
While Katie Price and Roy Evans will take control of ‘The Lowery Legends’ and the likes of Calum Best, Jeremy Lynch, Josh Cuthbert and former Black Cats players Don Hutchinson and Alex Rae. Leesa added: “The girls are absolutely ecstatic to have been asked to perform.
“They are excited and nervous and are looking froward to meeting a few famous people like Ollie Murs.”
The family of Bradley are encouraging everybody who attends to turn up in the shirt of the team they support, brightly coloured tops or even in fancy dress to support the ‘Cancer Has No Colours’ message.
CD’s of the ‘Smile for Bradley’ song are still available by searching LIV’n’G on Facebook.