Covering her eyes with a pair of shades, she opted to go make-up free, while wearing her raven tresses into an up-do.Louis and Jessie were joined by The Who's Roger Daltrey at the studio on Monday, as the star-studded line-up on the record grows.Pixie Lott, Louisa Johnson and Tulisa had been spotted at the Sarm Studios on Sunday to record their parts on the single.
Leona Lewis, Paloma Faith, Stormzy - as well as pianist Tokio Myers - were also pictured inside Notting Hill's Sarm Studios as they put together the Simon Cowell spearheaded charity single Some of the celebrities involved have since tweeted their gratitude at being allowed a chance to be a part of it.
However, even if all four members of the boyband appear on the track, they will be taking part as solo artists rather than a band.
Jessie, 29, wore a black dress featuring a sheer overlay as she arrived at the studio, opting for a pair of trainers on her feet.
Simon shared the cover of the track via the social media site and confirmed in a series of tweets: 'Tomorrow at 8am across major UK radio stations, you will be able to hear Bridge Over Troubled Water.'As well as buying the single, we hope people can support those affected by the Grenfell fire by donating.
https://artistsforgrenfell.com/'For those in the UK, the video will then premiere on ITV before Coronation Street on Wednesday night.'Thank you to everyone for their help and support in making this happen.'Simon also revealed to the Mirror that he donated £100,000 of his own money to the Grenfell charity - stating: 'I felt how everyone felt when they saw the news.Those adding their vocals to the single include Craig David, Liam Payne, Pixie Lott, James Arthur, James Arthur, Stormzy, Fleur East, Louis Tomlinson and Robbie Williams.