London band Right Said Fred have launched a campaign to encourage people to get tested for Hepatitis C.
The band, who had a string of hits in the UK and across the US in the early 90s have released a new version of their famous song, "I'm Too Sexy" in order to raise awareness of the importance of getting tested.
The new version of their song is called "Not too sexy to get tested."
The most common cause of infection is the sharing of needles to inject recreational drugs.
But the band says there are risks associated with anabolic steroid use, tattoos, piercings or acupuncture which are less commonly known and need to be exposed.
It's estimated that over 60,000 people have been infected with hepatitis C in London.