Over £2 million has now been raised for charity by a 19-year-old with terminal cancer after a host of celebrities supported his campaign.
After posting a "final thumbs up" message on Facebook on Tuesday evening, donations have flooded in to the "Stephen's Story" JustGiving page.
Following his diagnosis, Sutton drew up a bucket list of 46 tasks he wanted to complete before his death, including raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
He set an original target of £10,000, but soon surged past that total after his campaign began trending heavily on Twitter and Facebook.
The surge has been sparked by numerous celebrities tweeting their support for Sutton, led by comedian Jason Manford.
Actors, former Olympians and other comedians have all shown their support.
On Thursdsay, Sutton was continuing to post messages on his Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Click here to visit the 19-year-old’s website and read more about his story.
You can donate to his JustGiving page here.