Singing for Chesterfield charity

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MARILYN Monroe has put together a new album for charity – at least, a Chesterfield songstress who is a big fan of the star has.

Jane Goodwin, aged 31, has recorded Marilyn’s hits to raise cash for her employer, learning disability charity Mencap.

Jane, pictured above as Marilyn, said: “My mother has been trying to persuade me to record some songs for years.”

The album, called Jane Underwood – her maiden and stage name – Sings Marilyn Monroe, can be downloaded via Amazon.