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Hayden Panettiere Takes One Step Forward With Bird Victory

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When it come to Hayden Panettiere I’m torn right down the middle.

This chick does AMAZING work with whales, but then turns around and designs a calf-skin bag. She promotes Animal Planet like it’s her job, but also does the same for Neutrogena (which tests on animals). She attends green events, but has STILL yet to trade in her HUGE gas-guzzling SUV for something more eco-friendly. Right! So you can see why I’m conflicted. 

In “good” Panettiere news, the Hollywood starlet recently caused commotion on the set of Heroe’s when a member of the crew attempted to disperse a flock of birds in a tree who had disrupted a scene by  blasting them with a leaf blower. Hayden saw this, got pissed, and shouted, “What are you doing? How would you like someone to blow that thing inside your house?” She made such a ruckus that the crew had no choice but to move the scene to a different location.

So one point for Hayden, I guess. But twenty dollars says next week she designs a hat made out of bird feathers and chopped down trees. Stick to your guns, chica! We want you on Team Awesome! 

 

via: blog.peta.org

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