Call Me Dreckly singer set to help Indian communities destroyed by poverty
The star of an online viral video parodying a number one smash hit single needs your help so she can support an Indian community devastated by poverty.
Shaunna Rose Rule recorded ‘Call Me Dreckly’ with her friend Jodie Morris.
It is the Cornish version of Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe, replacing lyrics with popular phrases used across the Duchy.
The video has racked up over 100,000 views on social media website YouTube.
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Now the 22-year-old is looking to volunteer her time in India to help build homes for those who need them most.
She will join a team of young people as they travel to India building homes, toilets, cattle sheds and more to fight poverty in the area.
It is organised by volunteering group International Citizen Service (ICS) set up to give young people opportunities to make a difference overseas.
She said: “If anyone can help out, it’s for a worthwhile cause and will help give someone a home.”
Shaunna plans to spend six months in India, jetting out at the end of September.
She needs to raise £800 to fund her trip and will be holding fundraising events to help boost cash.
Visit www.justgiving.com/shaunna-Rule to sponsor Shaunna.