Kylie Minogue Strips for Cancer

March 29th, 2010 // 1 Comment

Don’t be fooled by any casual clothes, Kylie Minogue wants to show us how close to her heart breast cancer awareness is. All that separates us from it is some sexy flesh and a silk sheet with the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer logo.

The singer strikes an elegant pose in a black and white photograph by acclaimed photographer, Mario Testino, in a campaign to raise awareness. She’s joined by fellow starlets pregnant supermodel Claudia Schiffer and actress Sienna Miller.

“It means so much to me to be part of this year’s campaign for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer,” Minogue said to the DailyMail. “I wholeheartedly support their efforts to raise funds for the vital work undertaken by Breakthrough Breast Cancer.”

Minogue conquered her battle with breast cancer in 2006, a year after being diagnosed.

According to the DailyMail, the new images coincide with the launch of the new Target campaign, which raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer in partnership with various retail outlets since launching in 1996.

By Samantha Eng
  1. Anna

    Great, the promotion of yet another charity that will take money from the public and give it to drug companies so they can research their latest money making pill, that will come under yet another postcode lottery, because the NHS can’t afford what the drug companies charge, for the treatments of the cancers which occur mostly becuase of the severe pollution that ‘development’ causes us to exist in such a toxic waste dump that was plant earth.
    It’s a shame that the cancer charities don’t simply plough the money straight into the causes of cancers rather than funding the profits of the treatments. By reducing pollutants and the chemical overloads on our bodies and our children’s bodies cancers could be reduced enormously.
    Instead celebrities will flout they’re apparently ‘beautiful’ bodies, whilst subjecting women and young girls to insecurities about their own un-airbrushed body, so they will buy the cosmetics and smoke the cigarettes which keep them thin and wrinkle free, whilst polluting their body with the chemicals which cause the cancer that the drug companies profit from all thanks to the cancer research charities.

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