If seeing Pamela Anderson protesting the horrible treatment of chickens by KFC farms will educate some teenager, then I hope they print her name in every paper in the USA.
At least it's publicity for something more important than stories about moronic celebrities driving drunk, doing drugs, getting divorced, who they're dating or shaving off their hair in public.
So it is possible for any one of these celebrities to buy fake fur that looks real if they feel they MUST be seen in fur. During her life, she was a staunch supporter of animal rights and she's still fighting cruelty after her death.
Read more at Mc An honorary PETA director and the winner of multiple PETA Humanitarian Awards, Bea Arthur joined PETA in 1987, when the Golden Girls did an anti-fur episode and Arthur, Rue Mc Clanahan and Betty White filmed a PETA anti-fur PSA on the set of the show.
A tireless advocate for animals, Bea campaigned against the force-feeding of ducks in the foie gras trade, traveling to London with PETA President Ingrid E.
If at all possible, please don't support their projects - let's not help them finance their bloody taste in clothing.
Now here's a picture of, the always lovely, Angelina Jolie in costume for a scene from her movie, "Salt".
If they protest animal cruelty because they get off seeing their names in the papers, why should we care?