a recording which will now be played at her funeral Watch music mad Olivia Campbell singing her favourite song "She'd always be singing, wherever she was.
She would sit in class and sing and get told off by the teachers."ByEmma Gill 16:15, 24 MAY 2017Updated18:02, 24 MAY 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The heartbroken family of 15 year old Olivia Campbell who died in the terror attack at Manchester Arena have paid tribute to their 'funny and beautiful' girl who 'was born to sing and dance and lived life to the max'. Olivia oakley sunglasses latest style had gone to Monday's Ariana Grande concert with friend Adam Lawler. Her parents and stepdad spent yesterday appealing for information about their missing daughter who they hadn't heard from since the gig. "I can't put into words what she was like she used to say 'I'm speckle' you just had to meet her. "I feel lost. I'm heartbroken. I just want her to walk back through that front door and start giving me mither again and talking about boys and what not." Hilarious, delightful, and possibly the world's biggest Corrie fan. Martyn Hett confirmed as dead after Manchester Arena terror attack It was a couple of years ago when the teenager auditioned for the TV talent show singing her favourite song All Of Me by John Legend. A recording of the song which she also sang at her nanna Ruth Field's wedding will be played at Olivia's funeral. He said: "We'll find a way to cope. We're a big family and we'll get through it, we've got to, but it's going to be hard." Olivia wasn't even supposed to be going to the concert but went along when Adam's other oakly friend couldn't make it. Adam is in a serious condition in hospital with what his mum Sally described as life changing injuries. We're raising money for the oakley ordering victims and their families. Paul said he wanted to 'say a huge oakley sunglassed thanks' to everyone who had played a part in the aftermath of Monday's attack and for all the messages of support the family had received on social media. Describing the attack as 'cowardly' he said we must all learn from the incident. "Britain's got to learn from it, we've all got to learn from it. We can't stop our children and keep them in all the time but we do our best to keep them safe. "I'm angry at the bloke who did it. It's such a cowardly thing to attack children who haven't harmed anybody.
Why target innocent children? He's hit the Arena hardest in a place and at a time that would cause the maximum damage and injury. "Our thoughts are with everybody else who's been involved with Adam, with the emergency services everybody involved in making things as safe as possible." A statement from NHS Central Manchester said there are currently 20 people still in critical care across Greater Manchester.
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