Michelle Keegan, Alexandra Burke, Diana Vickers, Lydia Bright and Kara Tointon star in Asda’s elegant Tickled Pink Campaign in support of Breast Cancer Care.
The October campaign has been named, Birds of a Feather.
“I want to encourage everyone to do their bit to help raise as much money as possible for Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign, which supports the fantastic and vital work of charities Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care… I really enjoyed taking part in the campaign, which has already made a huge difference to women affected by breast cancer, and I hope that it inspires people across the UK to join in and buy a Tickled Pink product to help raise much-needed funds.” Keegan stated
Alexandra Burke commented – ” This is my third year supporting Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign and I am absolutely thrilled to be involved. This vital work that both Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care carry out is so incredibly important to me. “
Not a good outfit for Burke after she was campaigning for animal rights with PETA (previous post). Here she is dressed in a feather dress..
HMM!! Against fur but clearly not against feathers?!?
Lydia commented ” Tickled Pink has enabled Asda to raise over £30 million so far, which has gone towards supporting those affected by breast cancer and finding a cure for the disease. It’s such a great campaign and by purchasing the Tickled Pink items such as the Tickled Pink t-shirts you know that your money is helping save lives.”
Diana stated – “‘I loved taking part in this year’s Tickled Pink shoot and I hope it encourages you all to get involved and raise money for Breast Cancer Care, who support those diagnosed with breast cancer and Breast Cancer Campaign, who fund innovative research.”
” Breast cancer affects not just those who have been diagnosed, but also their family members. Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign helps support both. It is a great cause supporting two fantastic charities, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign” – Kara commented.
Find out which one of the 5 girls will be fronting the campaign, check out this short clip…
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[Source ; http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk/]