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Tito Jackson and Paul Potts to join Lionel Richie at Butterfly Ball

June 9, 2015
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Lionel Richie will be sharing the stage with two big stars at the upcoming Butterfly Ball – Tito Jackson and Paul Potts. The prestigious fundraising event will take place on Thursday 25 June at Grosvenor House, Park Lane in London.

Held every year in aid of children's charity Caudwell Children, the ball is regularly attended by royalty, A-listers and some of the world's most influential business people.

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Lionel Richie will be headlining the Butterfly Ball later this month

Lionel, Tito and Paul will be adding an extra dose of excitement to the night, with the Hello singer promising to entertain guests all night long.

"This is going be a hoot," Lionel, 65 told HELLO! magazine. "I'm used to playing arenas, but this will be up close and personal, so hang on to your seats because this is going to be wild."

Back in March HELLO! exclusively revealed that Lionel would be headlining, but the charity has now confirmed that Tito and Paul will also make appearances.

The Jackson 5 star Tito, who has a solo album set for release later this year, said he was "delighted" to join the line-up, and was so impressed by the charity's work.

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Tito Jackson will be performing at the Butterfly Ball

This year is particularly momentous for the foundation, which supports disabled children and their families, as Caudwell Children will be celebrating their 15 years of existence.

English classical singer Paul, who will be opening the show, agreed, saying: "It's such an honour to be invited to perform at this prestigious event. The charity does amazing work and I'm delighted to be supporting them."

The Butterfly Ball is the charity's flagship fundraising event and last year raised £2.5million in one night.


Paul Potts will also be part of the special night

Since its inception, Caudwell Children has provided services worth over £35million and in 2014 alone the national charity helped over 5,500 disabled children from across the UK.

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