Actress, singer and all round nice gal, Natalie Bassingthwaighte has enlisted a group of Aussie celebrities army of celebrities to appear in a campaign to reform same-sex laws.
and to top that, her new single, Love Like This, is aimed squarely at the federal government of help make them change laws that discriminate against the gay community.
Bassingthwaighte says the lyrics are "about love, that it is universal, that it makes no judgment".
85 legislative changes are needed to overturn discrimination against same-sex couples and their families.
The Veronicas, Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Kylie Gillies, Courtney Act, Kerryn Phelps, Richard Reid, Ruby Rose, Geoff Field, Julie McCrossin, Todd McKenney, Charlie Brown and David Page are also involved.
Each celebrity has been pictured wearing numbered T-shirts representing each legislative change.
"This is about equality. This isn't anything other than human rights," she told The Sunday Telegraph's Jonothan Moran.
The song will be released on iTunes this Friday.