Pamela Anderson Urged Politicians In France To Ban Foie Gras In A Speech To The Nation's Parliament On Tuesday (19jan16).
The Baywatch actress and committed animal rights activist spoke at the National Assembly in Paris to offer support to a proposed new law banning the force feeding of geese, the traditional method of making the controversial pate.
In French law, only pate from the livers of geese fed by this method can be known as 'foie gras', but French Green Party politician Laurence Abeille has put a bill before the country's parliament which would ban the practice.
Anderson, who was invited to speak on the matter by Abeille and bosses of Brigitte Bardot's animal welfare charity, made a plea for legislators to change French law.
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A Leading Australian Politician Has Written To Animal Rights Activists Morrissey And Brigitte Bardot To Defend The Country's Controversial Cut Cull.
The veteran French actress, who is a longtime campaigner on animal welfare issues, recently penned an open letter to Australia's environment minister Greg Hunt criticising plans to rid the country of two million feral felines.
"This animal genocide is inhumane and ridiculous," she wrote. "In addition to being cruel, killing these cats is absolutely useless since the rest of them will keep breeding."
Morrissey also condemned the planned cull, calling the Australian government a "committee of sheep-farmers who have zero concerns about animal welfare or animal respect".
Actress Brigitte Bardot Has Called On French President Francois Hollande To Save Hundreds Of Wild Mountain Goats Scheduled For Death As Part Of A Cull.
The veteran has published a letter online urging Hollande to grant the Ibex goats of Haute-Savoie a 'presidential pardon' after a local official sentenced them to death in a bid to stop the spread of bacterial infection brucellosis, which has been found in goat herds in the Alpine region.
Around 400 of the animals are due to be shot.
Bardot and other animal rights campaigners argue that killing the goats will not be an effective method of disease control, and other measures, such as vaccination, should be at least considered.
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Laura Whitmore has admitted she was obsessed with the Olsen twins' fashion sense and tried to incorporate their flare into her own style.
The 30-year-old TV presenter used to look to the fashion designer twins, 29, for inspiration when putting together her outfits, but she now tries to weave in some Old Hollywood glam while incorporating styles from her close friends.
Asked who her fashion icons are, she said: ''I look to my friends - they all have different fashion sense to me - and I used to have an unhealthy obsession with the Olsen twins. They're just fabulous with their massive sunglasses.''
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Pamela Anderson feels like she is ''getting younger all the time,'' but thinks ''a little bit of maintenance is good.''
Pamela Anderson feels like she is ''getting younger all the time.''
The 48-year-old star isn't a fan of Botox because she didn't recognise herself after experimenting with it in the past and claims she doesn't care about getting older.
Asked how she feels about turning 50 in two years time, the former 'Baywatch' actress said: ''It is what it is. Besides, I feel like I'm getting younger all the time.
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Film star Brigitte Bardot is furious that an artist is painting and selling accessories with her image on them and her husband has called it exploitation.
Brigitte Bardot will sue anyone who is ''exploiting her image''.
The film star is reportedly furious that an artist has been selling memorabilia from a shop in St. Tropez and painting pictures of her from her days as a sex-symbol.
The French actress's husband, Bernard d'Ormale, insisted that the couple will take legal action against the unauthorised products.
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French Actress Brigitte Bardot And Her Husband Have Threatened A Painter With Legal Action For Selling Products Using Her Image.
The veteran star discovered a shop in Saint Tropez in France was selling a range of items, including watches, candles and towels, featuring her likeness without her permission, and she is planning to file a legal complaint against the owner for "exploiting her image".
Her husband Bernard d'Ormale tells local newspaper Nice Matin that he warned the owner: "You are selling products representing BB without authorisation. Brigitte is not happy. The only right she possesses is the right to her image. Next week, we'll be sending in the bailiffs."
However, the owner, a painter named Sasha, appears to be steeling himself to fight the battle, responding, "I've been doing paintings with Brigitte in them for 15 years, with my own style and in my own way. These are my own works. I wouldn't use official photos, for example."
Christina Hendricks has confessed she wasn't too keen on her 'Mad Men' character Joan Holloway's trademark up-dos when she first started on the hit show.
Christina Hendricks begged 'Mad Men' bosses to let her wear her hair down.
The 39-year-old actress is known for playing secretary-turned-advertising firm partner Joan Holloway on the hit show but admits she was never keen on her character's trademark up-dos.
She said: ''One thing I tried for years and was told no every time was I wanted her to have her hair down. And my boss said, 'Women find a style they like and they stick to it', and I went, 'That's the craziest thing, my girlfriends and I are changing our colours and cuts all the time.''
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Olivier Rousteing claims the type of women who wear Balmain are ''strong'' and ''powerful'' ''warriors''.
Olivier Rousteing designs clothes for women that are ''warriors''.
The Balmain creative director claims he makes clothes for women from all corners of the world but says you have to be ''strong'' and ''powerful'' to pull off the ''flamboyant'' designs.
He shared: ''It's not about age, it's not about colour, it's not about countries - it's about a confident woman who wants to feel strong. We dress different cultures and ethnicities - Asian, American, European, South American - wherever you come from, you are part of the Balmain Army.
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Brigitte Bardot has said she hates feminism, and prefers to support the cause of advancing male rights.
Brigitte Bardot hates feminism.
The estranged actress and singer has said she does not support the movement for female empowerment and is instead an advocate of male rights.
When asked if she considers herself to be a feminist, she told the Daily Mail newspaper: ''No. I hate feminism. I am a masculinist.''
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Date of birth
28th September, 1934