Moment little girls gets whole Easyjet plane of passengers clapping with selfless act

This is the moment a little girl gets a whole Easyjet plane of passengers clapping – with her important announcemnt.

Nine-year-old Astrid, from Southport, stood up in front of a plane full of holiday-goers in a bid to spread the message and garner support for a little girl fighting cancer.In the video, posted on Twitter, the Voice Kids contestant is given the tannoy by a cabin crew member.

She then introduces herself and tells passengers that what she is about to do is “for Jess who is in her last couple of days of life”.

But it is what she does next that gets passengers clapping, as she bursts into song with a rendition of Amy Whinehouse’s Valerie.

Wearing a #roarforjess t-shirt the talented schoolgirl showed off her unique singing voice.

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Twitter

And when it gets to the chorus the crowd is keen to join in, clapping along in rhythm to the hit tune.

The performance was in support of a little girl called Jess, who has been bravely battling neuroblastoma – a form of cancer – for seven years.

a fighter jet sitting on top of a runway: An EasyJet plane

© Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited An EasyJet planeIt is understood the 10-year-old is receiving end of life care and is in her final few days.Alongside the video, which was shared on Astrid’s official Twitter account a message reads: “Please RT to everyone you can think of and get #roarforjess around the world. @easyJet @RoarForJess we did it and spread the message in the skies!!!

“Whoever you know tag them and get Jess trending.”

a person standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera

© Credits: Twitter

Twitter

The video of Astrid, who is described as “the youngest Jazz and Blues singer in the UK” has been viewed almost 8,000 times since it was posted.

And many have praised Astrid on her performance.

Bret Lawson wrote: “This will be remembered as one of her defining moments, su ch a selfless act of kindness, love the shirt!”

Twitter user Wicatty wrote: “Oh well done Astrid! What a little star you are. Thank you and thanks to easyJet for helping you xx.”

And Linda King wrote: “Well done you Astrid and good on easyJet!”

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