Boobyball: Flash 2010

Photo by Steve Carty


Rethink Breast Cancer is back with the  eighth reincarnation of  Boobyball with BoobyBall: Flash 2010!

On Saturday, October 16th, Toronto’s Kool Haus is going to take us back to Studio 54’s glory days of disco balls, flashing lights, glitter and decadence. For those who know me, you know theme parties are my absolute favourites and to celebrate me being born in the middle of disco’s heyday, I’m also making it my unofficial-official birthday party extravaganza!

So come one, come all – bring out your polyester best, your Travolta moves and let’s Hustle on the dance floor. Tickets just went on sale officially today! Get them right now and check off that I referred you. They are only $40 if you’re under 25 (only a handful are available) and $80 for the rest of us.

Get them here:

(Seriously – now! Get them, then come back and read more… you might miss out if you haven’t bought them yet, last year they say it sold out in FIVE DAYS!!!)

So you got them? YAY! I’m excited. We’re gonna have a blast. So, now let’s continue…


Boobyball started in 2002 by a group of women to support their friend Sara O’Regan who was only 23 when she was diagnosed with aggressive, advanced breast cancer. Boobyball is now one of the most  high-profile fundraising events for young philanthropists in Toronto, having raised close to a million dollars for Rethink Breast Cancer and other breast cancer organizations. This year the committee is dedicated to raise record-breaking funds! There will also be an eBay auction happening between October 11 until November 1.


On Thursday, August 19, I took part in a photo shoot for their Studio 54-inspired photo shoot for their 2010 campaign. Five incredibly talented photographers, including Steve Carty, Caitlin Cronenberg, Javier Lovera, Jalani Morgan, and Babar Khan all had one hour with the models from Sutherlands and us extras. It was a fun set to be on and I can’t wait to see  all the final images which will be on display and available for sale at the event.

ET Canada shoots Steve Carty at work for Booby Ball

Watch the ET Canada clip which showcases Steve Carty’s great career and shows a few clips of the shoot taking place.

Silly you, you didn’t buy them yet, did you?

Here’s that link again:

Who said disco was dead?

About Gail McInnes (320 Articles)
Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Gail McInnes has made an indelible mark on the Canadian fashion and entertainment scenes; managing and guiding the careers of some of the country's most notable talents, including Lucian Matis, Hilary MacMillan, Stephen Amell (CW's Arrow), Natalie Brown (The Strain), Brad Goreski (E! Fashion Police), and more. Visit for more information or email

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