Celebrities wig it for cancer charity

May 2012
Evening Standard;5/23/2012, p4
ACTRESS Celia Imrie, left, and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, right, chose to have a bad hair day as they joined other celebrities supporting Wig Wednesday. Children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent called on the public to don fun hairpieces to raise funds for their work with patients. Others taking park included ex-EastEnder Natalie Cassidy, actor Robert Glenister and The Only Way Is Essex's Frankie Essex. Cassidy said: "I've had so much fun playing around with my look and as a mum, the fact that it's to help children with cancer makes it very worthwhile."


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