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Razzi Snap: Secret Disney Messages Worked for Paul McCartney

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flowersFormer Beatle Paul McCartney has been an animal rights activist since he was a wee bairn–thanks to Disney. He says that the films Bambi and Dumbo turned him against animal cruelty early on–“If you think of Bambi, its mum gets killed by a hunter and I think that made me grow up thinking hunting isn’t cool.” To find out why Alicia Silverstone, Pamela Anderson, Moby, and Andre 3000 (aka Andre Benjamin) went veg, click here.

flowersI never thought I’d hear the words “Jenna Jameson” and “too much sex is bad” in the same sentence. Leave it to PETA to pull that one off. Jenna’s posing for the “Too Much Sex Can be a Bad Thing” campaign to raise awareness about animal birth control.

flowersWe know that celebs are giving up their footwear for the causes they love; now they’re giving up eye wear, too. Today at 10 AM eBay will commence the Sightsavers Auction ‘Specs Appeal’, in which Ewan McGreggor, Michael Caine, and other celebs will be giving up their sexy specs to this charity to help alleviate blindness and preserve sight for people in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean.

flowersAccording to designer Kelly LaPlante, “Green is a standard, not a style.” Her new book, Ecologique, features some of her custom celebrity eco designs, including a sunroom for Amy Smart and a restored chair for Michael Rappaport.

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