Celebs Support Children In Need Of Adoption

13/01/2010 08:41 | Updated 22 May 2015

On the 28 January, over 5,000 of the UK's most talented young singers, including performers from X-Factor & Britain's Got Talent are due to perform at the O2 Arena in London, in a musical journey through the story of adoption. Narrators include celebrities with personal experience of adoption, including: Rick Wakeman, Sinitta, Nicky Campbell and James O'Brien.

The Voice in a Million project, in association with the British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF), aims to raise awareness for the need for adoptive parents in the UK.

Piers Morgan says: 'Every child needs a loving family. If Voice in a Million results in just one child finding a new mum and dad and a secure family environment, it will be worth its weight in gold. It's projects like this that can really make a difference'. Sir Elton John says of the event: 'I fully support the 'Voice in a Million' project; and wish you the very best of luck for your event'.

The 02 concert is the first of many planned worldwide in which one-million children will air their voices as one. One-million voices singing in harmony, throughout the world, bringing awareness of all the children who have suffered loss, abuse, neglect or abandonment.

Tickets for this event are available here. And 1,000 tickets have been donated, free, to serving members of the British Armed Forces and their families. Here's how to claim your free ticket:

In support of the British Armed Forces, the promoters of this concert have donated 1,000 free tickets to the show. All serving military personnel, their families and any veterans who have been medically discharged through injury since 2001 qualify for tickets. To register please click on the Tickets for Troops link here.

Here's a preview of the Voice in a Million choir, featuring Elliot Evans from Britain's Got Talent:

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