Stephen Fry’s social media Out For Marriage campaign is getting some Saturdays love. The British and Irish pop band behind hits Forever Is Over and Just Can’t Get Enough added a new video to support the gay marriage campaign.
Check out Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White, Una Healy, Mollie King and Rochelle Wiseman of The Saturdays telling us why they are Out4Marriage:
Out4Marriage is a new collaborative social media campaign where you can tell the world why you support the right to for all couples in love to marry. You can join them on Facebook here.
Watch Co-Founder Mike Buonaiuto explain the purpose of @Out4Marriage here on the BBC:
Or you can just record a video, end with the words “Out4Marriage” or “that’s why I’m/ we’re Out4Marriage. Are you?”, upload it to YouTube and then send them the link either on Facebook or by emailing email@example.com.
Speaking of The Saturdays, here’s the b side of new single 30 Day, Turn Myself In, which debuted on the Headlines Tour.
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