TELLY supremo Simon Cowell has urged Sunday Mirror readers to help raise £150,000 for a young fan who needs to start life-saving treatment in THREE DAYS.
Simon has put his money where his mouth is to help Nathaniel Nabena, who desperately needs a stem cell transplant.
He and fellow Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams have both donated five-figure sums to help the brave nine-year old.
And yesterday, reality star Katie Price urged fans to “give Nathaniel the chance for a life” as she shared his fundraising page to her 2.5 million Instagram followers.
Simon, whose son is a similar age to Nathaniel, has urged Sunday Mirror readers to do all they can to help.
The 61-year-old said: “This must be a really difficult time for Nathaniel and his parents.
“Let’s all pray that this campaign gets Nathaniel the treatment he needs.”
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