Girl melts neighbours’ hearts again with solo encore

An 11-year-old girl stunned neighbours with another moving solo performance after last night's NHS Clap for Carers.

Talented singer Jess McDonald brought her Rainhill street to a standstill last week after she sang You'll Never Walk Alone.

The performance went down so well that she gave another performance before an even bigger audience who came out to listen to her last night.

Jess McDonald held her audience spellbound with her performance of the song We Can Be Kind

This time she chose We Can Be Kind, and also did The Beatles' In My Life and the song What A Wonderful World.

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Mum Jackie said: "The street was even busier this time with a lot of key workers present, and the community police came out too.

"The response was incredible last week and it cheers everyone up, even though every time I turn around all I can see is everyone crying.

"She chose to sing We Can Be Kind herself because she learnt it in choir school and she felt the song related to what everybody was going through.

It is something that has, at some point, touched all our lives.

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From cradle to grave, the National Health Service, and the incredible professionals within it who care for us, is a part of British life.

Today, more than ever, we should cherish those who dedicate themselves to our care, heedless of their own health as they work tirelessly to care for people in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Nurses and others – employed by the NHS and any other part of health and care – we have never needed them more.

So let’s show them some love, and create a living map of gratitude from every corner of Britain.

Click HERE to drop a heart on the map, and show you appreciate the efforts undertaken daily in the NHS.

Thanks a million, NHS workers – we love you.

"You could hear a pin drop while she was singing it and because we're quite high up and there's no traffic noise, we were told afterwards that the sound of her voice was even carried as far as Whiston hospital."

Jackie added that her daughter would now be coming out to sing in her street every Thursday evening after the Clap for Carers.

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