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'Glee' Star Lea Michele Shows Fur-Free Pride In New PETA PSA

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If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: fur is a total bummer! And we’re pleased as punch to hear that ‘Glee’ star Lea Michele completely agrees.

Michele recently teamed up with our pals over at PETA to record a special fur-free PSA. Besides being a pet-owner, animal-lover and veggie, Lea is super outspoken about the cruel stuff (read: fur!). In the interview, she says:

“When I see someone wearing a fur coat, the first thing that comes to my mind is ‘Why?’ Why do you need to have a fur coat? Why? You could be just as warm in any other kind of coat that hasn’t been made by killing animals. Why? And it’s ugly! You really look ugly…I don’t think you get it!”

We could not agree more, Lea!

Wanna find out what else the cruelty-free television star has to say? Check out the video below and stop by PETA.org to learn more. Oh, and thanks in advance for never wearing fur.

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