The fifth lipstick in the family, Viva Glam V is joined by five electric spokespeople: Christina Aguilera, Missy Elliott, Linda Evangelista, Boy George and Chloë Sevigny. Plus, for the first time, there's a neutral-shaded pink Viva Glam Lipglass. Every cent of the selling price of Viva Glam Lipstick and Lipglass goes to support the M·A·C AIDS Fund. To date, over $32M has been raised to help people living with HIV and AIDS. Christina Aguilera debuted in 1999 with a string of chart-topping singles, including "What a Girl Wants." At 19, she won a Grammy for "Best New Artist." Since, she expanded her horizons with a Grammy-winning Spanish-language album. With her latest, "Stripped," she proves yet again that she has one of the most powerful and resonant voices of her generation. Two-time Grammy Award winner Missy Elliott is one of the most influential female artists in contemporary American music. This atypical beauty has nabbed the covers of countless magazines. A daring innovator, she has created an empire on her own terms: as a prolific songwriter and producer, and as the head of her own record label. Named one of People magazine's "Most Beautiful People," Linda Evangelista was discovered at a beauty contest when she was 15. Photographer Peter Lindbergh convinced her to cut her hair in 1988, which marked her rise to supermodel status. She soon graced the covers of every major fashion magazine and sashayed down catwalks across the globe. She was the first model inducted in the Canadian Walk of Fame and received a "Lifetime Achievement Award." She is actively involved with charitable work. With his striking looks, lyrical tunes and flamboyant personality, Boy George changed the face of pop music in the 1980's. He formed Culture Club in 1982, best known for their single "Karma Chameleon." Today he is a solo singer and a highly sought after DJ. He also wrote and starred in "Taboo," his triumphant autobiographical musical, which opened in London in 2002 and on Broadway in 2003.