Beauties Kara Tointon, Michelle Keegan, Diana Vickers, Alexandra Burke and Lydia Bright all joined forces to take part in a stunning pink birds of a feather themed photoshoot for Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign. Tickled Pink has raised a record £30 million to date and continues to raise funds and awareness for the two breast cancer charities; Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign.
Each of the gorgeous stars can be seen dressed to the nines in glamorous gowns, striking a pose or draped across vintage furniture on a romantic pink-themed set.
Tickled Pink supporter and global fashion designer Julien Macdonald adorned two of the stars in designs from his couture collection featuring on-trend feathers, beading and embellishment.
TV superstar and five time ‘sexiest woman’ award winner Michelle Keegan fronts this year’s Tickled Pink campaign. The star, seen gracefully perched on a swing said:
"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.”
Acting and dancing sensation Kara Tointon took time out of her busy theatre schedule to support the charity campaign. The actress, posing glamorously on a chaise longue said:
“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. Come on girls, show your support for Tickled Pink now!”
Back with a vengeance in the UK Top 40, Diana Vickers, modelling a limited edition Julien Macdonald feather dress can be seen posing alongside a peacock in the ‘Birds of a Feather’ shoot. The popstar said:
'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.'