About a year ago, Divinyls lead singer Chrissy Amphlett was diagnosed with breast cancer - cancer that she found while doing a self-exam. One of her final wishes was that the song she became famous for, "I touch myself" could become an anthem for spreading awareness about the importance of early detection of the disease.
As a tribute, Chrissy's family and friends, her husband Charley Drayton, fellow songwriters, Cancer Council NSW and supporters from around the globe have come together to make sure Chrissy's legacy lives on to remind women to be in touch with their bodies, and if something's not right, see their doctor.
Ten of Australia's greatest singers: Connie Mitchell; Deborah Conway; Kate Cerebrano; Katie Noonan; Little Pattie; Megan Washington; Olivia Newton-John; Sarah Blasko; Sarah McLeod; and Suze DeMarchi have come together to make Chrissy's final wish a reality.
You can get more information and help spread the word by visiting http://itouchmyself.org or #itouchmyselfproject