Feb 1, 2007

The Girls's Bands Raising Money For a Good Cause

Sugababes and Girls Aloud were among the stars wearing the charity's red noses to show support for the event on 16 March. The idea behind the event is to get people to raise money to help with projects in Africa and the UK.

The both girls' bands united to record a charity single for Comic Relief.
Cheryl (Girls Aloud) said:

It's amazing to think that the money raised from this single will help transform the lives of people living in really difficult situations."

Another Girls Aloud singer Kimberly Walsh said:

It's a fantastic song and hopefully will raise tons of money for people living in really difficult situations here and in Africa."

The Sugababes' Keisha said she was

really pleased to be working with Girls Aloud" on a song which is an "all-time classic collaboration".

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