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Ex-Atomic Kitten Fights Smoking

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We’re four days away from 2007, and we’re sure everyone’s determined to turn over a new leaf for the New Year. Lose weight, find a new job, do more good for the world–yep, everyone makes plans to do those things and kick old bad habits as well. According to ChildLine, a British organization working to help children, quitting smoking is the top resolution children think their parents should make.

To help this campaign along, Natasha Hamilton, former member of the British pop group Atomic Kitten, is taking part in the Change One Thing anti-smoking campaign by Boots. In the ad, Natalie is channeling Mena Suvari in American Beauty, except instead of lying on a bed of roses, she’s lying on a pile of smoking patches.

Hmm, I don’t exactly know how the ad itself will encourage people to quit smoking though. Any thoughts, people?

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