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Joss Stone Bares It All For Bears

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If we’ve learned anything over the years it’s that celebrities love getting naked and posing for Playboy, err… PETA. I meant PETA.

We told you that Joss Stone would be the next celeb up to the naked bat! And now the ad for the sultry R&B singer turned actor (with roles in the film Eragon and the TV show The Tudors) is out. The 23-year-old posed naked for PETA and their campaign to draw attention to the plight of bears— apparently an entire bear’s hide is required to make just one of the Queen’s Guards’ ceremonial caps, cruelly killing black bears where faux fur could easily fill in.

PETA UK is asking supporters of their campaign against using bear fur to sign a petition and make their opinions known, you can sign up here.

For a naked PETA ad this one is fairly tame, a cute little stuffed bear covering most of the singer’s body. Though based off of a lot of the comments we’ve been getting, some of you think that these ads have gone too far in exploiting the men and women who pose for them. Other recent naked PETA ads have included Academy Award nominee Taraji P. Henson, Justin Gaston, NFL stars Willis McGahee and Chad Ochocinco, and of course one of our eco-faves, Pam Anderson.

What do you think of Joss Stone’s ad, is it effectively getting the message across?

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