As most of you know I was the first classical singer to sing the National Anthem at Wembley Stadium four times in one year. Since then I have sung at various stadiums around the country however I always had a dream to sing at Twickenham Stadium and last month with the help of Marie Curie that dream came true.
The evening was held to raise funds for a charity close to my heart - Marie Curie, who provide care to people with cancer and the terminally ill. I was asked to perform on the pitch, which was such an honour, in front of guests including talkSPORT’s Georgie Bingham, Bill Beaumont CBE, John Spencer and Roger Lewis.
Here is a little clip of me during my sound check at Twickenham Stadium!
If you would like to read more about Marie Curie's Great Rugby Dinner and the incredible job they do. Check out the following link: https://www.mariecurie.org.uk/get-involved/charity-events/corporate-events/rugby-dinner
Please also check out my version of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and make sure you tweet about it! @coylenatalie