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'Frostbit Boy' Ruairi McSorley is releasing a charity single

Ruairi McSorley - aka 'Frostbit Boy' - is to release a charity single.

The Northern Ireland teenager, who took the internet by storm with his unique brogue at the start of 2015, is releasing a song called "The Girl For Me" on January 13.

The date marks a year since he was interviewed on UTV News about the snow in his home area in the Sperrins, famously remarking "Oh God you wouldn't be long getting frostbit."

Excitedly sharing the news on his "official" Facebook page, Ruairi said: "The music video and pre sale are coming next week!

"All proceeds go to Brainwaves NI as part of NiStars Songs For Anna Charity Album."

He then shared the video above of local girl Anna Guest, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour just days after her 14th birthday.

And he also shared this footage of him "filming the video", in bed with an older woman...

Anna was diagnosed with a brain tumour just days after her 14th birthday. This is her story in her own words, and the words of her friends from her stage school NiStars, about the last year and the different challenges she's faced. The Songs For Anna Album is on sale now at less than £5, and all proceeds go to Brainwaves NI. Get it on iTunes at http://apple.co/1mK45YT

Posted by Songs for Anna on Monday, 28 December 2015

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