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X-Factor: "Wishing On a Star"

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8:02am 27th November 2011

'Wishing On a Star' for terminally ill children in Cornwall.

That is the title of the X-Factor charity single to raise cash for Children's Hospice.

The Rose Royce cover track is being performed for the first time tonight.

Contestant Janet Devlin says places like Little Harbour at St Austell are amazing: "Definitely a new experience to be shooting a music video really, but it feels just more like a day for fun with the kids. I'd like to see places like this getting more funding because when you're here, you notice it's a really happy place. You'd like to keep things like this going or get more".

Misha B calls it mind-blowing: "Coming here and seeing the happiness and smiles on all the children's faces has really shown me what life is all about. I'm a lot more fortunate than some of the children here and it makes me think, what have I got to worry about".

8:02am 27th November 2011

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