Glam-A-THON’s The Strut raises breast cancer awareness

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) - In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month — Lynn got her strut on. She put on some fabulous shoes and headed to Fort Lauderdale. And at this year’s Glam-A-THON, we saw breasts, glitz and lots of pink.

Judith Rudin: “Everything we do is glitz and pink.”

At the 10th annual Glam-A-THON — it’s about fighting breast cancer with style and fun.

Tammy Gail: “Bling! Bling! Blah-Bling!”

Judge Stacy Ross: “Having been a victim of breast cancer, to me, the walk is all about making lemonade out of lemons.”

And there’s a lot of lemonade here!

Joe Feinberg: “I’m rockin’ the suit. I’m rocking breast cancer awareness for October.”

The ladies wear their favorite heels — these were $10!

Strutter: “At a store called All Shoes 10.88!”

Lynn Martinez: “You went for comfort.”

Strutter: “Yes, always for comfort and always for glitter!”

Judge Stacy Ross: “I love your shoe choice. I knew you were gonna pick those!”

I went with the Aqua Zaria from Saks Bal Harbor, because they have pizazz, just like Geanna here.

Laura Susa: “Ten years she’s walked this. She’s gonna retire this year. Her sister will take her place. We made sure this year she had the tata’s…”

Lynn Martinez: “And they’re pouring out. Just like on South Beach.”

Tammy Gail: “This is a big celebration all the way around and we have so many followers who have been here from the beginning, and we’ve donated a lot of money to help a lot of women and that’s what it’s all about.”

I lead the strut, not strutting, but sitting, with the fabulous Amanda Austin.

As groups try to impress the judges: Steve Shapiro, Donovan Campell and Vivian Gonzalez.

The breasts were back…

The doggies were workin’ it…

And the dancers were breakin’ it down!

Strutter: “This is a great cause to support!”

Almost $90,000 was raised for local women in treatment who need support. As we hope to someday kiss breast cancer good bye!

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