People in the United Kingdom are set to don pink exercise clothes and work up a sweat, all in the name of breast cancer.
Pink Aerobics, which is being sponsored by the Breast Cancer Campaign and the women's sports retailer LessBounce.com, will take place on Sunday, October 3, in London's Hyde Park.
"Pink Aerobics is a fun-filled afternoon of dance-led aerobics that will help you get fit whilst raising vital funds for breast cancer research," said Ali Bastian, soap actress and star of Strictly Come Dancing.
Classes at the event will include Flashdance, Bollywood Movies and 80s Aerobics. Entrance into the festive fundraiser is just £15, and includes three hours of live exercise, a T-shirt and a goody bag.
Qualified gym instructors are also being encouraged to turn their classes into a breast cancer fundraiser. Experts can ask their attendees to wear pink and donate money during breast cancer awareness month, which is in October.
According to Breast Cancer UK, in 2001 around 1 in 9 women in the United Kingdom were diagnosed with the disease, the last year for which statistics were available.