Charlotte Church made 16-year-old fan Stanley Johnson's dream come true by personally inviting him to join the 150 people who turned up for her music video shoot for 'Little Movements' in Cardiff. Wales.
Charlotte Church made a 16-year-old fan's dream come true by personally inviting him to join the 150 people who turned up for her guerilla music video shoot.
The 'Crazy Chick' singer took to the streets in her native Cardiff, Wales, to shoot her forthcoming video for the track, 'Little Movements', and asked fan Stanley Johnson to take part, an offer he was absolutely thrilled to accept.
The stunned A-level student, who was working behind the counter at a fishmongers when Charlotte approached him, said: ''I didn't realise who it was at first, but it was great, good fun.''
He added to Walesonline.co.uk: ''I like to be in front of the camera. I study media at A-level and I wouldn't mind a career in the media.''
Despite reports only one person turned up to appear in the video, after the 28-year-old singer told her fans about the opportunity on Twitter, she worked with more than 150 local people who wanted to take part with many joining in as soon as they saw local girl shooting her promo.
The video will be posted on YouTube in coming weeks and 'Little Movements' is taken from her upcoming EP 'Four, which is released in March.
Charlotte said: ''I'm a 90s R&B kid at heart, and I love Cardiff. I wanted to do something that showed that. I knew that Cardiffians would have some moves up their sleeves and be down for a bit of a boogie!''
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