Elisabetta Canalis would rather go naked than wear fur
and we support her fully!
Showing us exactly what her ex George Clooney is missing
the Italian beauty took a break from Dancing With the Stars and stripped down
for animal rights campaign group PETA.
Passer-byers in Beverly Hills enjoyed quite the sight as
Elisabetta posed with her hot, new, very nude ad as it was unveiled on the very
fancy Rodeo Drive.
Elisabetta now joins a long list of A-list actors who
have bared it all for the anti-fur campaign, including Khloe Kardashian, Eva
Mendes and Pamela Anderson.
We’ve been keeping up with Elisabetta over
the past few weeks as she’s been in full rehearsals for Dancing with the Stars.
And from the look of this new Peta poster, rehearsals are
helping keep her in fine form too.
Taraji P. Henson is the latest Hollywood star to strip down for PETA. The
Curious Case of Benjamin Button star, who at 40-years-old looks amazing, appears in the animal rights’ group’s Fur? I’d Rather Go Naked campaign.
The actress is quoted as saying “You don’t have to kill an animal just
because you want to be hot and fly. And I really stand by that.”
And we do to!
Check out some other celebrities who’ve also gone nude for Peta.
Justin Bieber is the latest celebrity to team up with animal rights organization Peta.
In the new PSA, The Biebs is using his star power and his song “U
Smile” to promote the adoption of animals from shelters instead of
buying them from pet stores.
Also check out some of the other causes Hollywood has joined up with Peta to promote.
Lea Michelle has posed for Peta and in stark contrast to their usual racy, often revealing photo shoots, the Glee star is fully clothed.
Michelle and Peta hope to put an end to the horse-drawn carriages in New York City as they feel it’s a danger for them to work in the busy NYC traffic.
What do you think of Lea’s cause and the very unlike Peta campaign?
American football star Chad Ochocinco
strips off for a new ad for PETA [People for the Ethical Treatment of
The toned athlete protects his modesty with just a football in
the ad, Ink Not Mink.
The former Dancing With The Stars contestant
urges his fans to reject fur.
He said: “I wanted to get involved with
the campaign basically because I’m an avid animal lover. You know, I
have pets of my own – I’ve had them since I was a little kid. Animals
always want to pick you up, no matter what.”
Anderson’s latest advert has been banned in Canada.
The 43 year
old Canadian star only found out it was dropped when she had arrived in
Montreal to promote the advert for animal protection group PETA.
Deemed as being sexist, the image shows Anderson pictured in
a bikini with names of animal body parts drawn on her skin with the slogan “All
animals have the same parts”
Pamela spoke out about the ban with the statement – “In a
city that is known for its exotic dancing and for being progressive and edgy,
how sad that a woman would be banned from using her own body in a political
protest over the suffering of cows and chickens”
Quite right, and the same goes for using her body covered
with milk to advertise an Australian internet company… which also was banned
recently after hundreds of complaints.
Earlier today, we posted Olivia Munn‘s sizzling PETA ad, Boycott The Circus, and then we looked at a few of our pictures of the sexy actress heading to the billboard unveiling…and…do we see leather boots?
They sure look like leather.
We’re not saying we know for certain, but we do know that wearing leather and being a spokesperson for PETA is probably not a good idea.
So, a word to the wise: next time you head to your PETA photo shoot, double check your footwear.
Screen beauty Olivia Munn strips off
“as nature intended” to urge animal lovers to boycott the circus in a
new advert for PETA.
The Iron Man 2 actress, who hosts American TV show Attack of the Show,
posed naked in front of a backdrop of elephants in their natural
Olivia agrees with animal rights campaigners PETA that circuses are
cruel to animals.
Jolie has impressed PETA
with her interest in animal welfare and they now want her for one of
The 34-year-old star was recently spotted out in Venice with a handbag
made out of horse-hair sparking concerns that horses may have been
harmed in its making but it is claimed she had her stylist confirmed
that the bag had been made without harming any horses before donning the
“Angelina has proved time and time again to be a kind of
person – most recently when she insisted that the fur coat that she wore
in Salt be faux.
So it comes as no surprise that she was concerned about the origins of
the horse-hair that he uses, since horse-hair ordinarily comes from
horses killed violently in slaughterhouses.”
Asked if they would be interested in her endorsing a campaign, the rep
said: “Anytime, anywhere!” That would be a huge coup for PETA as their
last few celeb campaigns have been very B-list.