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Alec Baldwin To Host Peta's 30th Anniversary Gala

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Alec Baldwin has been announced as the host of PETA’s star-studded 30th Anniversary Gala and Humanitarian Awards in LA on September 25th.

The actor, a former PETA honoree, will celebrate the animal-friendly achievements of fellow stars like Anjelica Huston, Bob Barker, Charo, Olivia Munn, Woody Harrelson, Christian Serratos, Dave Navarro, Eli Roth, Joanna Krupa, Kellan Lutz, and Glee’s Lea Michele. Other presenters expected at the event include Chrissie Hynde, Pamela Anderson, Casey Affleck, Bryan Adams and Wilmer Valderrama.

“PETA has become a cultural force through creative campaigns that have made society reexamine its relationship with animals,” Alec said in a release. “Nobody looks at fur, meat, circuses, or animal testing the way they did 30 years ago. Peta has brought us a long way, and we have a lot to celebrate.”

Ecorazzi will be on the scene to celebrate this evening with the stars — so look for more updates as we get closer to the big night.

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