November 8, 2009

Pretty great fun @ Outrageously Pink Nite 2009!

What a great party!

Everyone had a great time at the Outrageously Pink Nite 2009 held at Bangsar Village II concourse, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur from 5 pm - 9 pm on Saturday Nov 7, 2009.

The carnival-like event was a crowd-puller with some 1,000 breast cancer survivors, supporters, friends, shoppers and everyone thronging the event to join in a celebration to spread awareness about breast cancer and to celebrate the lives of those who survived it.

Breast cancer survivors modelled clothes in the Pink Fashion Show which drew a big round of applause from the audience.

There were a variety of other attractions and activities that got the guests into the party mood as they came dressed in outrageously pink colour, donated generously and having so much fun all for a good cause to raise breast health awareness.

Everyone are outstandingly dressed in outrageously pink.

Guests in a row joined in the merry-making, all for a good cause to raise breast health awareness in a fun way.

The Laughter Yoga workout conducted by a yoga teacher from Nomad Adventure that got everyone into real and contagious laughter. Laughter is good medicine and one gets physiological and psychological benefits.

This sounds like so much fun!

With the look and it sure sounds like the pink ladies had a great time. What fun!

Bravo! What a fun time.

It was a fun evening for everyone.

The beautiful music and dance of the Bhangra Jam by Celebrity Fitness. It was a splendid performance.

A dazzling swing dance performance by KL Swing!

A jazzercise demonstration by Celebrity Fitness kept the audience pumped up with their high-energy aerobic exercise based on jazz dance.

Let's jazzercise people!

A female participant gyrated to the hot music in a jazzercise.

A topless contest for bare-chested fit young men to show off their rippling muscles and the audience swooned with delight.

A bodybuilder pose so naturally.

Incredible hulk: Don't make him angry. You wouldn't like him when he's angry.

This man striking a pose with his strong bicep muscles.

Blowing his longhorn.

Elvira Arul captivated the audience with her singing prowess and vocals.

Beautiful ladies who graced the event.

Beautiful people and pretty faces.

The ladies dazzled in their beautiful outfits.

Attractive and cheerful.

The winners of the 3-word slogan writing contest to describe OutRageously Pink Nite 2009. The winning slogan was "iCheck, iAct iLive".

The winner of the 3-min digital video contest themed on “Living life to the fullest even with breast cancer".

The KL Drumline Corps members posed for a photograph after performing the opening act.

A sculpted balloon for this child from the clown.

The clown keeps the pink ladies entertained.

A sculpted balloon resembling a pink ribbon which is an international symbol of breast cancer awareness. It is also a symbol of respect and commitment to the fights against breast cancer.

The Sem-Poi Fire Crew wowed the crowd with their dangerous stunt of spinning fire-lit poi.

The poi spinners twirled and danced to the accompaniment of drums and percussions.

You can get your face, hand or other body parts painted at the Kool Kutz Inc booth.

Face and body painted models.

The Sime Darby Medical Centre (SDMC) Subang Jaya health care booth provides information for those who wish to know more about the SDMC Cancer and Radiosurgery Centre. The latest state-of-the-art low dose 64-slice Positron Emission Tomography / Computed Tomography (PET/CT) Scanner System using advanced scanning technology is available at the centre.

The Sime Darby Specialist Centre Megah (SDSC) health care booth provides information on a comprehensive range of health screening packages available at SDSC.

The manager, marketing and community services of Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre (GIMC) Kuala Lumpur, Katrina Maria Felix (2nd from left, standing) and other staff members at their health care information booth. Services provided at its Gleneagles Oncology Centre (GOC) include consultation, chemotherapy and external beam radiotherapy.

A visitor checking out the team building programs offered at the Nomad Adventure Sdn Bhd booth.

At the Girls' Brigade Malaysia booth, brigade members conducted a Outrageously Pink Nite (OPN) opinion poll to get the views of a broad range of guests and visitors to the event.

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