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Fur Lovers Goldie Hawn And Kate Hudson Face Off In Worst Dressed Celebrity Contest

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It’s time to cast your vote for PETA’s Worst Dressed Celebrity of 2010. This year’s annual poll kicks off by pitting Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson, donned in animal skin, against each other.

“Kate, there’s no easier way to lose a guy in 10 days than to wear a hairball,” writes PETA Senior Vice President Dan Mathews. “Maybe your furs are why A-Rod ran for home.”

Mathews continues by addressing Hudson’s 64-year-old mother, “Goldie’s old-fashioned fur collection shows that she doesn’t just play dumb—she is dumb. Could her heart, like her face, be frozen in place?”

Each day starting at 9 a.m. ET, a new pair of fur-wearing finalists will face off for top honors in PETA’s contest of shame. The ultimate loser… errr… winner will be announced on Friday Feb. 13.

So head on over to PETA and cast your vote for the 2010 Worst Dressed Celebrity.

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