EXC: Gabby Logan joins a new mental health campaign

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘We MUST keep raising awareness’ Gabby Logan draws attention to mental health as she joins McFly’s Danny Jones and Love Island’s Josh Denzel for a new campaign

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Gabby Logan has joined McFly’s Danny Jones, Love Island’s Josh Denzel, and others in Olympic boxer Luke Campbell’s new mental health campaign.

To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, Luke is holding The Hardest Fight in support of Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) charity as they host Instagram Live ‘fights’ where he will be shaded while their discuss your own experiences.

Ahead of the virtual events, which will take place from May 10 to May 16, Gabby, 47, told MailOnline, “ I am very happy to be involved in this event and support such a great cause …

New Campaign: Gabby Logan has joined McFly’s Danny Jones, Love Island’s Josh Denzel, and others in Olympic boxer Luke Campbell’s new mental health campaign

“Mental health is such an important issue that we need to keep bringing attention to, so it’s great that I can do this while also boxing with Luke Campbell. Look forward to fight night! ‘

Gabby is joined by Josh, Danny, Hollywood actor, Michael Pena, BAFTA-winning comedian Tom Davis, Michelin star chef Tom Sellers and YouTuber Tayler Holder.

Named The Hardest Fight and in support of CALM, Luke will take on 18 different opponents from the world of sports and entertainment during the event to raise awareness of the 18 people who tragically lose their lives to suicide every day.

Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Week, the 3-minute rounds will see Luke shadow boxing on Instagram Live against a different opponent each time, raising money for what is the most difficult battle in many people’s lives: mental health.

Lead role: To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, Luke holds The Hardest Fight in support of Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) charity hosting Instagram Live 'fights', where he will be shaded by boxes While discussing their own experiences

Lead role: To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, Luke holds The Hardest Fight in support of Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) charity hosting Instagram Live ‘fights’, where he will be shaded by boxes While discussing their own experiences

All star: Michael Pena also plays

All star: Michael Pena also plays

Luke said of the project, ‘I’ve had some hard fights in boxing, but none of these are as tough as the fight I know so many people go through every day because of their mental health …

That’s why I’m so happy to partner with CALM on ‘The Hardest Fight’ and use my return to the ring to hopefully raise much-needed awareness to such an important issue …

“I am already training again to prepare for my 18 different opponents and look forward to showing those who are suffering that we are in their corner.”

Opening: Tom Davis will also talk to Luke about mental health

Opening: Tom Davis will also talk to Luke about mental health

Award Ceremony: Dubbed The Hardest Fight and in support of CALM, Luke will take on 18 different opponents from the world of sports and entertainment during the event to raise awareness of the 18 people who tragically lose their lives every day due to suicide.

Award Ceremony: Dubbed The Hardest Fight and in support of CALM, Luke will take on 18 different opponents from the world of sports and entertainment during the event to raise awareness of the 18 people who tragically lose their lives every day due to suicide.

Her new campaign comes after Gabby vowed in a new interview to continue her TV career through perimenopause.

Gabby stated that she “ doesn’t feel any different from the 32-year-old me, ” as she revealed that bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has helped relieve her symptoms.

Speaking on Women’s Health UK’s podcast Going for Goal, the broadcaster also stressed the importance of educating men about the effects of both perimenopause and menopause and mentioned fitness for improving her mental health.

'There's more I want to do and I'm better at my job': The new campaign comes after Gabby vowed in a new interview to continue her TV career during the perimenopause (photo last year)

‘There’s more I want to do and I’m better at my job’: The new campaign comes after Gabby vowed in a new interview to continue her TV career during the perimenopause (photo last year)

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