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PETA Going Undercover For Jennifer Lopez Perfume Launch?

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snipshot_a4euxjwn30c.jpgJennifer Lopez’s fur-wearing ways may receive a little more spotlight time today if PETA’s covert actions pay off. The animal rights group is planning on infiltrating a contest offered by JLo in conjunction with the launch of a new perfume, ‘Glow After Dark’. Lopez is holding a media event for the launch in which women have a chance to be named the new ‘Glow Girl’. From the article,

” Sources say PETA intends to plant a member of their organization within the throngs of other women who hope to win an appearance on Lopez’s online project, ‘The Glow After Dark Show’.

This isn’t the first time JLo has come under attack from PETA – the singer uses fur in her clothing lines and wears it herself – and often. She wore fur to a Golden Globe after-party on Monday night.”

Love it! Lopez has been pretty much immune to the criticism heaped on her for wearing animal fur — it might make her think a little more about the practice if PETA manages to pull off an embarrassing moment. We’ll keep you updated on what goes down; but in the meantime, we’re wondering if PETA has any plans for Beyonce as well. We’d assume they would try the same thing, but if Beyonce releases another album, would anyone bother to show up?

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