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Keep Fighting NHS Campaign

Sophia has taken part in a charity campaign to help support NHS Intensive Care staff. “Keep Fighting” is a campaign harnessing comedy and spoof in the way Brits do better than anyone.

Tickets can be purchased from – you will be able to watch the video for 1 hour after purchase.

Please take a moment to watch the video below that outlines the strain the Intensive Care Units are currently under. Funds raised will go to the Intensive Care Society charity (ICS) which is in desperate need due to Covid-19.

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“I’m Irresistible”

Many thanks goes to Patricia for informing me about this news: Sophia appeared in the I Count film featured on Wembley stage screens during the Live Earth concert last Saturday saying “I’m irresistible”.

Quoting from their website (that also has the video):

“I Count – the campaign of the Stop Climate Chaos coalition – is the UK NGO partner of LIVE EARTH UK. The message of this film is simple – individually we are great – together we are irresistible. Taking steps together we can tackle climate chaos and persuade governments to do so too. Directed by award winning Gerald McMorrow and with a soundtrack by Malakai, this film features many famous faces including T4’s Alex Zane, Richard Coyle, Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell, actress Sophia Myles and cool new band The Metros.”

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Gallery update

Selene from the active Damian Lewis Group sent me some HQ promo stills from Colditz. Thank you so much!

I’ve put the the video of Ronan Keating’s ‘Love Won’t Work’ (featuring Sophia Myles) online. Download the zipped quicktime file.

EDIT: You can now watch these clips in our new media archive (here)

The next update was announced back in October 04. It’s about Mobile Moments – the Online Star – Studded Mobile Phone Photography Exhibition. The exhibition, first launched at Photokina in Cologne on September 27th, is in aid of HP’s Digital Villages and Maggie’s Cancer Care Centres. HP has asked leading photographers, artists and entertainment personalities to contribute their first mega-pixel mobile phone photograph to the exhibition. Each participant was asked to capture their own ‘mobile moment’ – a spontaneous image caught in the moment. The result is a thoughtful, imaginative and sometimes funny look at what makes celebrities tick. ‘Mobile Moments’ is an interactive online gallery where visitors will be able to see over 200 celebrity camera phone images. They will also be able to upload their own camera phone images so that their ‘Mobile Moment’ can take its place alongside the celebrities. It will also be possible to vote for their favourite celebrity photo and for other visitors’ ‘Mobile Moments’. In addition, visitors will be able to see which images are attracting most votes from other users, and perhaps find that their ‘Mobile Moment’ is one that other people find the most impressive.

The gallery – featuring some of Sophia’s pictures – is finally online. I’ve uploaded the pictures to my gallery: Mobile Moments