Breast cancer survivors who aren't camera shy may want to head to the Big Apple.
Medline Industries, Inc., the company that produced the original Pink Glove Dance, is currently looking for survivors of the disease to participate in their next breast cancer awareness
video. The casting call will take place on August 28 in New York City, and will take about two hours.
"[The first video] was so successful and generated so much positive attention that hospitals around the country inquired about participating in the next video," according to a statement by Medline Industries.
The original Pink Glove Dance featured 200 staff from the Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon dancing while sporting the rosy-colored surgical latex gloves to Jay Sean's song Down. The YouTube clip of the footage went on to receive over 11 million views.
People who are interested should head to the company's website for more information.
According to the American Cancer Society, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point during their lives.