Goodrem Backs New Contest For Impacting Women

Australian singer DELTA GOODREM is offering her fans in America a free concert in their hometowns - as long as they can prove they've made a positive impact on their communities.

The BORN TO TRY singer, a cancer survivor, has teamed up with cosmetics giant Maybelline New York for the Born to Make a Difference campaign, in which fans are being asked to tell how they or someone they know is making an impact.

The winners will receive a benefit event in their town - featuring Goodrem - a $10,000 (GBP5,500) donation to the affiliated charity, and a chance to be featured in a Maybelline promotional advertisement in People magazine.

The contest, which requires fans to log onto Maybelline's website to enter, started yesterday (25AUG05) and ends on 13 September (05).


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