Classic fm and TV presenter Myleene Klass visited the hospital today to spend time with staff, patients and families ahead of hosting a huge event in Liverpool in aid of Alder Hey Children's Charity on February 11th.
The event at the Liverpool Empire Theatre brings together the legends of Britain’s Got Talent for two exclusive live charity performances, in aid of world-renowned Alder Hey hospital.
The two BGT The Big Celebration shows mark the return to dance of MerseyGirls performer Julia Carlile who has received treatment from Alder Hey since a young age . MerseyGirls were finalists on Britain’s Got Talent 2017 after which Julia successfully underwent life-changing spinal surgery following her appearances on the hit ITV show.
To celebrate 15-year-old Julia’s return to dancing, MerseyGirls will perform at the two shows alongside BGT icons including 2017 victor Tokio Myers, musical theatre group Collabro, dog trick act Ashleigh and Sully, magician Lance Corporal Richard Jones, Attraction, Susan Boyle, Paul Potts and many many more with the shows being hosted by musician and TV personality, Myleene Klass.
All proceeds go to Alder Hey Children's Charity.
Tickets are available here.