AN Uxbridge girl performed to a star-studded audience as part of a children’s choir at the Children with Cancer UK Gala.

The choir sang A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman with Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts, supported by musical director Adam Gerber and students from Anglia Ruskin University.

Kyna Bedi, 10, from Uxbridge was diagnosed and underwent treatment for neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that starts in nerve tissue, when she was just five months old.

Kyna sang as part of the choir, to hundreds of guests, which included her parents Samneet and Amarpal.

Famous faces including Vanessa Feltz and Olympian Paula Radcliffe showed their support at this year’s gala at Grosvenor House.

Hosted by TV and radio presenter Gaby Roslin, the fundraising event welcomed more than 600 guests and raised £620,000 towards the charity’s ground-breaking research into the treatment and causes of childhood cancers.

Kyna’s mum Samneet said: “Watching Kyna perform on stage was an incredibly proud and emotional moment.”