The pop star has boldly lend her support to PETA's fight against animal cruelty.
As September's fashion month draws to a close and it has become clear that numerous fashion designers still won't drop real animal fur from their collections, anti-animal cruelty charity PETA have reinvigorated their fur campaign to include a new face.
2008 X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke is the new celebrity to be featured in the PETA campaign against the use of animal fur to make clothing. Shot in a flattering black and white, the photo displays PETA's slogan "I'd rather go naked than wear fur" and explains the barbaric practices involved in skinning a creature.
Christy Turlington, Bethenny Frankel, Olivia Munn, Charlotte Ross, Gemma Collins, Elisabetta Canalis and Wendy Williams are just a handful of the celebrities who have all starred in the high-profile campaign to eliminate real fur from fashion and after Burke there are sure to be many more.
The US TV, according to star Wendy Williams has become the last celebrity to support PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) by stripping off for an ad campaign. The organisation’s popular phrase “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” is brandished on the ad, along with a photo of the 48 year-old host of The Wendy Williams show and former Dancing With The Stars contestant. Frankly, the ads are terrifying. If PETA wanted to scare us into never wearing fur again, then they have achieved it, with these photos.
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