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MAC Cosmetics debuts 'It's Not Over' documentary

MAC Cosmetics debuts 'It's Not Over' documentary

An Aids Fund-sponsored project

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A new documentary that explores the lives of three individuals affected by HIV-AIDS was premiered in Los Angeles, California last night

An Altuzarra-clad Rihanna attended the It's Not Over premiere, saying, "I haven't seen [the film], so I'm looking forward to it." The new MAC Cosmetics AIDS Fund-sponsored documentary tells the tale of three people affected with HIV-Aids.

The pop star is the current face of MAC Cosmetics celebrates Viva Glam campaign - which sees all sales from its lipsticks and lip glosses donated to charity to fight against the disease. Rihanna has helped the MAC Aids Fund raise more than $43 million of the $340 million accumulated since the founding of the fund in 1994. "You know where your money is going, and you get a product. You can't lose," she said.

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Rihanna

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Musician Grimes

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Michel Sidibe

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Karen Buglisi Weiler

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Rihanna and John Demsey

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Andrew Jenks

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Nancy Mahon

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Rihanna

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Liz Goldwyn

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 Nancy Mahon, Paige Rawl and Miley Cyrus

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Andrew Jenks and Sarang Bhakre

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Sarang Bhakre, Filmmaker Andrew Jenks, Paige Rawl, and Global Executive Director of MAC AIDS Fund Nancy Mahon

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