Stars supporting Breast Cancer Awareness
These Hollywood celebs have been spotted out and about showing their support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The world-renowned Estée Lauder model and actress made a personal appearance to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Jenners Edinburgh on October 4. She even came to SA recently to raise funds for Estee Lauder's Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign, where she pointed out that "breast cancer affects both men and women. It's important to be aware of the dangers of developing breast cancer, as well as the importance of self-examination."
The Australian model and David Jones ambassador strikes a pose as she supports National Breast Cancer Awareness. "It's not just a disease that can strike when you're in your 40s, 50s and 60s. It can happen in your 20s and young women need to be aware of it," she told CourierMail.co.uk.
It's great to see a male celebrity out to champion the cause. Gossip girl actor Matthew Settle has also been showing his support – here he was at the 2011 Breast Cancer Research Foundation's Hot Pink Party at The Waldorf Astoria.
Matthew's co-star Kelly Rutherford also geared up for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation's Hot Pink Party.
Vivica A. Fox
Television producer and actress Vivica A. Fox attended the Candy Ice Pre-Grammy Affair for Breast Cancer in Los Angeles. She's so dedicated to the cause, that she even gave breast cancer survivors wigs for her hair collection. So sweet!
Alicia Keys, Demi Moore and Jennifer Aniston
They might not be dressed in pink but these three women have directed a series of 5 short intertwined films called Five to raise breast cancer awareness.
Fashion designer Christian Siriano also made an appearance at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation's Hot Pink Party. Christiano also hosted a fashion show in Washington for breast cancer awareness, saying: “I am proud to collaborate with Pink Jams! to raise breast cancer awareness for young women in the DC area. Pink Rocks the Runway will be fun and fantastic. I am excited to come home and bring the New York fashion scene with
Scottish television presenter Andrea McLean shares a powerful talk at the launch of the Pink Ribbon Walk at Petworth House. She was also one of the stars who designed limited edition celebrity dresses for Tickled Pink
Kelly's been a supporter of Breast Cancer foundations for years now. "You know I've been affected by cancer in my family. To me, it's really important to raise as much awareness as I possibly can about it because it affected me do deeply," she said in an interview. “This is an important cause that affects women everywhere, and I’m proud to help make a difference.”
The ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer and one of the stars from The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills, Camille also showed her support at The Associates For Breast And Prostate Cancer's Annual Mother's Day Lunch.