EuroGamer - A grateful father is attempting a 24-hour non-stop solo SingStar marathon this April to raise cash for the hospital that helped save his infant daughter.
29-year-old Norwich man Julian Hill is submitting himself to the ordeal as a 'thank you' to London's Great Ormond Street children's hospital, who last year successfully treated his seriously ill one-year-old, Amelia.
Born with a congenital heart condition called Tetralogy of Fallot, which reduces the organ's ability to circulate oxygenated blood, she urgently needed an operation to save her life.
Great Ormond Street duly stepped up, and following grueling open-heart surgery she's now back at home and thriving.
Hill's world record attempt takes place in the Ambassador's Bloomsbury Hotel in London on 13th April. He's managed to recruit Sony to his cause, with the SingStar publisher providing all the equipment he needs.