A WORCESTERSHIRE popstar wowed audiences across the UK with a powerful song at last night's Concert for Ukraine.

Becky Hill, originally from Bewdley, performed a version of The Source and Candi Staton's You've Got The Love, accompanied by a full orchestral band. 

The singer was one of many acts last night performing to raise money for the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.

The concert raised £12.2 million for the humanitarian effort in the war-torn nation for the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) and its response to the Russian invasion.

After the song, she turned to applaud the band and was met with a roar of applause from the crowd at the event.

The Worcestershire popstar recently won Best Dance Act at this year's BRIT Awards 2022 with Mastercard.

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The two-hour concert was held at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham and was shown on ITV 1. 

Other acts in attendance at the event included the likes of Ed Sheeran, Camilla Cabello, Anne-Marie and Gregory Porter.

The show was also accompanied by short video pieces documenting the lives of displaced Ukrainians both inside and outside the country.

At the end of the night, the hosts announced that ticket sales, advertising, sponsorship and donations had led to the grand total, but it was expected to continue rising.

Ukrainian Eurovision winner Jamala took to the stage after fleeing her home country following the invasion.

The 38-year-old delivered a rendition of her song 1944, about the forced deportation in Crimea during the rule of Joseph Stalin.

She waved a Ukrainian flag throughout her performance and was dressed in red.

Jamala previously said her close friends and family remain in a bomb shelter in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.

The evening was host hosted by Roman Kemp, Marvin Humes and Spice Girls star Bunton in front of screens showing the sunflower, Ukraine’s national flower.

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