England’s Rugby star, Danny Care, or ‘Care Bear’ has posed for Cosmopolitan Magazine all for a good cause – to fight male cancer. You can read the details below, see photos, and watch a fun video.
‘The Everyman Campaign’ raises awareness of prostate and testicular cancer and urges men to get tested for the diseases. Rugby Star Danny Care, nicknamed ‘Care Bear’, hopes that by going without for ‘The Everyman Campaign,’ in the March Issue of Cosmopolitan, readers will encourage their male partners to get tested for cancer.
In his interview with Cosmo, Danny Care says he won’t be following in the footsteps of teammate Danny Cipriani by getting a stunning celebrity girlfriend like Kelly Brook.
‘I’m not just attracted to overly fit women – someone who’s happy with her body is more attractive than a woman who’s in perfect shape.’
Danny started out his sporting career wanting to play football, but was told that at 5’8, he was just too short. May I just say he looks pretty great to me?
Care for a look? You can go HERE to get a load of Care Bear’s pose in Cosmo – HOT!
It is unknown at this time if Care Bear is ‘available’.
Danny ‘Care Bear’ Care was born on January 2, 1987 in Leeds, England so his age 22. He is currently an English Rugby star on the Harlequins. His position is ‘Scrum Half’. He joined ‘Quins’ from Leeds Tykes in the summer of 2006.
Danny says it was his parents, who from an early age, encouraged him to do as many sports as possible and just go out and enjoy himself. They always pushed him to keep going and not give up.
In 2006, Care was part of the England Sevens squad that competed in the Commonwealth Games and was also a regular in the England Under 19 team throughout the Six Nations and World Championship. He then went on to represent England at Under 21 level in the 2006 World Championship.
Earlier in his career, Care represented England at Under 16 and Under 18 level, in addition to being part of the England Under 19 Sevens squad that competed in the Commonwealth Youth Games in Australia in 2004.
In the summer of 2008 he became a member of the full England squad which toured New Zealand. In the first of two games Danny came off the bench, but in the second he made the starting XV and scored his first try in the full England shirt.
A member of the England squad for the 2008 Autumn Internationals, Care was picked in the starting XV for the opening game against the Pacific Islands.
For inspiration, Danny says he’s a Liverpool fan, and is inspired by player Steven Gerrard, admiring the drive and determination he gives, week in week out. He is also a big fan of David Beckham. But then, who isn’t?
Danny Care Video