THE mother of Manchester terror attack victim Olivia Campbell-Hardy wants to make her daughter a star by releasing a charity single.

The 15-year-old, who died in the arena bombing on Monday, was a talented singer, who loved music. Now her family want to make a recording of her performing the John Legend hit All Of Me. They want the single to become the ‘song for Manchester’.

Olivia’s mum, Charlotte Campbell and her partner, Paul Hodgson, revealed their ambitious idea to honour Olivia exclusively to The Bolton News while they were being given matching tattoos in the teenager’s memory.

The couple had the bee emblem of Manchester with Olivia’s name and birthdate, November 28, 2001, tattooed over their hearts. Mr Hodgson, aged 47, said: “All she wanted was to be a famous singer.

“All Of Me was her favourite song and we want her singing it to be the song for Manchester.”

Her family wants the single to raise money for the Manchester Evening News terror attack appeal which has already reached £1.3 million. 

They hope the idea will catch the attention of Simon Cowell and that he will make Olivia’s dreams come true. 

Listen to Olivia singing John Legend's All Of Me

Olivia was killed in the horrific attack at the Manchester Arena as the 21,000 crowd was leaving an Ariana Grande concert. 

The attacker, named by Greater Manchester Police as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, blew himself up with a home-made device killing 22 people, including Olivia, who was attending the concert with best friend from school, Adam Lawler, aged 15, who is in hospital with serious injuries. 

The family wants to stay in contact with Tottington High School, where staff and pupils paid tribute to Olivia yesterday.

Headteacher, Brian Duffy said: “As a school community we are absolutely devastated and heartbroken at the news that Olivia has passed away. Our prayers and deepest sympathies go to her family and friends, for whom this has been a dreadful ordeal. Our thoughts also go out to the many families across the region affected by this tragedy.”

“Olivia was a delightful young girl who had a special love and talent for music. She always had a smile on her face and willing to help those around her.”

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Olivia would have turned 16 in November and her mum had promised she could do a sky dive. 

Mr Hodgson’s mother, Hilary, had beaten cancer and to celebrate her all-clear was living life to the full. 

Aged 70, Mrs Hodgson jumped out of a plane to raise money for The Christie hospital and on that day Olivia made up her mind to do the same once she turned 16. 

Olivia played for Bury FC under 11s for a year and her mum said she was not overly girly growing up but she had begun enjoying girly things as she got older and was talented with her make up. 

Ms Campbell said: “I wanted her to be happy and to live her dreams. I was 21 when I had her. I messed my life up, school and college. My life has been my family. I wanted it to be different for my children. I wanted her to live life to the fullest.”