ABC Daytime and Campbell Soup are once again teaming up for the "Go Red" Campaign. The View, All My Children, One Life to Live and General Hospital will all take part in bringing awareness to a healthy heart life.
Here's how each show is doing their part:
The View: February kicks off with Jane Krakowski's visit to "The View" to celebrate American Heart Month. Best known as one of the stars of Emmy award-winning comedy "30 Rock," Jane is Campbell's AdDress Your Heart spokesperson.
All My Children: It's a big bash for the Babe Carey Memorial Wing of Pine Valley Hospital, and (if you can believe it) JR and David are hosting the event together. But it's for a good cause: Not only is it the dedication of the new cardiac wing, but the event is also held in conjunction with Campbell and the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign.
One Life to Live: Viki and Dorian co-sponsor and host -- along with Campbell -- the second annual "Go Red" Ball. All of Llanview will be in attendance at this gala event held at the Palace Hotel, which means drama will be in full force. But everyone will be dressed for the occasion, as each character will be outfitted in red to signify their support of heart health.
General Hospital: Maxie, a heart transplant recipient herself, is at the center of "General Hospital's" celebration. Crimson, the fashion magazine she works for, is donating a trademark dress to be worn at a Go Red gala in NYC. But a problem develops with the model, forcing Maxie to step in and save the day.
Check out SoapNET for more on Campbell's Go Red Campaign and further details on your favorite ABC shows.