July 29, 2013

Danny Cipriani puts his six pack and bulging biceps to good use as he strips off to support Cancer Research

Danny Cirpriani has posed topless in aid of Cancer Research UK
Most of the time it’s just Kelly Brook who is lucky enough to see Danny Cipriani topless.

But the rugby player has been kind enough to change all that as he posed topless to support Cancer Research UK's night-time walking marathon, Shine. 

Standing in a pair of jeans the 25-year-old showed his rugby training has more than paid off as his impressive six pack couldn’t be missed.

Dangling a pair of trainers around his neck the famous sportsman no doubt will tempt many to take part in the event which takes place this September.

Danny is supporting the Shine event - a nighttime marathon which takes place in September
Another shot shows him wearing a grey hoodie which is undone while lifting his trainer clad foot in the air as if to kick something.

Danny is joined in the campaign by Countdown presenter Rachel Riley, who posed in a one shoulder black dress with a pair of bright pink boots. 

The shoot comes just days after it was reported his girlfriend is planning to write an autobiography to reveal the truth about their relationship. 

And according to Now magazine Kelly has said 'she won't hold back on telling the real truth about Katie, Danny and me.'

Danny simply wears a pair of jeans in the campaign with trainers slung over his shoulder
Just last month Katie Price caused a stir when she tweeted: 'I'm sure that Kelly wouldn't be laughing if I said the things Danny Cip told me about her in the bedroom when I was with him.'

These boots are made for walking: Rachel Riley is also part of the campaign and posed in a pretty one shoulder black dress
Fighting back Kelly answered: 'No but I did laugh when he turned up at my house driving your car 
the next day ;) I don't think you know anything.’

Making sure she had the final word Katie added: 'Read my auto biog out in october 

Shine is a night-time walking marathon which raises money to help beat all types of cancer.  To apply to walk this September visit.shinewalk.org.

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