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A 7-year-old Ukrainian girl who sang Let It Go in the Kyiv air raid shelter wowed audiences at a charity concert

A seven-year-old Ukrainian girl who won the hearts of the world for singing “Let It Go” in a Kiev bomb shelter has wowed audiences at a benefit concert.

Amellia Anisovich sang her national anthem in Poland, where she is now a refugee.

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Amellia Anisovych, 7, sang her national anthem in Poland, where she is now a refugee[/caption]

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Amellia won the hearts of the world singing Let It Go in a Kyiv bomb shelter

Her performance came after The Sun’s front page told how she sang the hit song Frozen in a crowded bunker.

She fled her homeland and is now with her grandma and brother, but her parents stay there Kyiv.

On Sunday night, she wore a traditional Ukrainian embroidered dress with pigtails to sing the anthem.

Thousands of people waved lights in the darkened stadium at the “Together for Ukraine” concert in Lodz.

About $380,000 (£288,000) was raised from viewers of the televised event.

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A further US$800,000 (£607,000) was provided by promoter, TVN media group.

Last month, Amellia’s voice calmed people inside the bunker and clips of her singing went viral.


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Amellia’s performance came after The Sun’s front page revealed how she sang the hit song Frozen in a crowded bunker

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