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Rihanna And Jessica Simpson Battle For Worst Dressed Celebrity Title

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Yesterday we saw mother and daughter face off for top dishonor in PETA’s Worst Dressed Celebrity contest. Kate Hudson came out the ultimate winner with 71% of the votes, a sweeping victory over Goldie Hawn who received 29%.

The next contestants in the shameful battle are fur-wearing Rihanna and leather-clad Jessica Simpson.

“You’d think that being a victim of violence would have opened Rihanna‘s heart to the suffering of others—like the animals who were beaten, drowned, and electrocuted for her fur coats,” PETA writes. “Girl, you’ve got beautiful eyes: Use them to see the pain and suffering your wardrobe causes.”

“Jessica’s jacket, bag, and shoes all resemble her career—dead,” PETA says of Jessica Simpson who is known to sport a shirt that reads Real Girls Eat Meat.

Every morning a new pair of celebrities donned in animal skin will go head to head in a “Who Wore It Worst” clash. PETA’s Worst Dressed Celeb of 2010 will be announced on Friday Feb. 13.

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