BRITAIN’S Got Talent semi-finalist Stuart Arnold raised £440 for Marie Curie in Kimberley.
The singing terminator and several other contestants held a charity concert in Long Eaton where they all performed to raise money for the charity.
The group now aims to raise £10,000 for the charity, whose Midlands headquarters are based in Main Street, Kimberley.
Stuart, or ‘The Entertainator’, said: “Marie Curie is a cause very close to my heart having lost my mother to cancer. I wanted to use my talent and talented friends to give something back.”
Staff at Kimberley’s Marie Curie shop said they were grateful for Stuart’s hard work and dedication.