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Former Spice Girl Melanie C is just one of a group of celebrities set to rock the Royal Albert Hall as part of Hard Rock Café's Pinktober initiative for breast cancer research.

Joining the British singer will be Joss Stone, 80’s girl group Bananarama, Tulisa Contostavlos from N-Dubz, Jamelia, Bonnie Tyler, and Escala. Sharon Corr of Irish group The Corrs will also play the Pinktober gig on November 1, presented by Hard Rock Cafe and held in aid of breast cancer charity the Caron Keating Foundation.

“I always try and support as many charities as I can and breast cancer is extra important to me, being a woman – I hope to make a small difference,” said Joss Stone.

This year’s concert celebrates the tenth anniversary of the initiative, which last year featured a performance from Melissa Etheridge.

“I’m really happy to take part in another fundraising event for the Caron Keating Foundation following my Pinktober show at Hard Rock Cafe Manchester last year,” said Mel C. “Hard Rock organize their events so well and I am delighted that this show at the Royal Albert Hall is donating profits to such a wonderful charity.”

More info will be released closer to the event.

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