The PETA Kelly Brook Ad is a Hot Cold-Blooded Campaign

By: Regan Canie - Published: Sep 17, 2011 • References: & thesuperficial
The PETA Kelly Brook campaign, which uses the English vixen's buff bod painted in a snakeskin print, is about to bring a heightened sense of attention to animal activism. The campaign that regularly features vegan and vegetarian celebs in a state of undress highlights Brook in a slithery suit to bring notice to both her revealed assets and her activist intentions.

The ad poses the question, "Whose skin are you in?" to challenge those who are comfortable wearing various mammal or reptile skins as fashion statements and goes on to state that "Animals belong in the wild, not in your wardrobe." Defending and protesting the helpless creatures from becoming clothing, Brook does PETA a true service in stripping down while showing her devotion for the fair treatment of sacrificial serpents. Stats for Snake-Skinned Celebs Trending: Older & Warm
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