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Girls' Night Sing

08/03/2011

Some of the guests take to the microphone.Plan UK hosted a fundraising event to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, featuring performances from Gabriella Cilmi and Janiece Myers.

The event, Girl's Night Sing, took place at the University of London Union on Tuesday 8 March, featuring special celebrity guests.

Our Girl’s Night Sing was a night of rocking tunes where enthusiastic guests sang along to their favourite songs during our Karaoke session.

There was a goodie bag to take home and some were lucky enough to win one of our amazing raffle prizes, which include champagne, designer clothes, a Harley Davidson biker suit and a flight in a private plane!

Thank you to everyone who came along. We hope you had a good time.

Gabriella Cilmi says: “I have always believed being female is empowering but in other places around the world girls are not given the same opportunities as boys, thats why I am always ready to support Plan's Because I'm A Girl campaign. I love a bit of karaoke and I’m a sucker for singing tunes from "Grease" when out with the girls.”

Janiece Myers says: “I was really pleased that Plan invited me to this event and I’m looking forward to having a great time on March 8th. It doesn’t matter if you can sing or not, it’s just karaoke and it’s for a great cause, everyone should come out and join us to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day.”

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