Kim Kardashian, Tulisa, Alicia Keys & More Speak Out In Support Of World AIDS Day

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December 1 marks World AIDS Day, and a number of famous faces have voiced their support for the cause on Twitter.

Aiming to raise awareness, fight prejudice and promote the importance of regular HIV testing, the day has won an overwhelming level of support from various celebs.

Find out what the stars had to say below:

Alicia Keys: It's #WORLDAIDSDAY – Let’s remember those who have passed & re-commit to the struggle.We can achieve an #AIDS-free future in our lifetimes

'The Queen' (popular parody account): Today is World AIDS Day. Have a test. Be careful. Your Queen loves you. #WorldAIDSDay

Kim Kardashian: We can all make a difference today, help educate people & together strive for an AIDS free generation

Tulisa: #WorldsAidsDay today. #standupstandout @THTorguk

Paula Abdul: It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance. -Elizabeth Taylor #WorldAIDSDay

Stephen Fry: Today is #WorldAIDSDay! Find out the facts about HIV & fight stigma. Visit @NAT_AIDS_Trust's http://www.hivaware.org.uk  for reliable info on HIV

Alexandra Burke: let's all spread awareness #WorldAidsDay Know your status x

Ricky Gervais: “@ClementsHarry: i assume you're wearing your ribbon for #WorldAIDSDay ;)” I went one better. I'm wearing a monkey on my k**b.

Beverley Knight: Thinking of my dear late friend Tyrone, never far from my thoughts. Fate is strange, today would have been his b'day. #WorldAIDSDay xxxxx

Davina McCall: #WorldAidsDay today ... #standupstandout @THTorguk

John Barrowman: #WorldAIDSDay. We still need to be safe and help those with HIV / AIDS keep awareness and yourself alive. Jb

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