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Olivia Munn Gets Her Activist On At PETA's Ringling Bros. Circus Protest

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Sure, she’s beautiful; yes, she’s talented; but what we love about Olivia Munn isn’t her smokin’ hot looks or her on screen talent — it’s her dedicated activist actions that make us smile.

Last night, Munn joined PETA and hundreds of fellow activists at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA to protest the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus.

Why protest the circus? Simple! Ringling Brothers has a horrific track record for abusing their elephant performers, and Olivia is sick of it! In a video she previously recorded for PETA, Munn said:

“When you look at something like the circus and everyone’s laughing and there’s color and there’s music and everything seems so great, but when you go right behind that door and they’re in these crates all day long and then they’re getting shocked and beat just so they can get up and dance around on a ball … it was just so sickening.”

So how did the protest go? Rumor on the street is that it was super successful and helped prove, once again, that people are fed up with Ringling Brothers’ nasty, elephant-hating ways!

Click here to see a video of Olivia in action from last night.

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